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Mush Zombie

How To Make A Flowhood For Less Than 60 Bucks (Cheap)

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99.97 is all u need

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I found 99.99 on ebay for 10 bux. Gonna grab that one.

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I found 99.99 on ebay for 10 bux. Gonna grab that one.

 

does it fit your air purifier?

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MZ wanted to tell you I got the air purifier and the d filter. It ran about 68:00 dollars. I also took at larger one for the whole room. I live in and old farmhouse that has been redone, but being a lover of animals are house is anything but sterile. I know everyone is going to say,pick a room, and clean it! That's the problem, there is no room for me! I am negotiating for the dinning rm because it has 2 cafe doors that close off the room. We never use the dinning rm anyway! Got to run, dinner is ready. Later DM

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Hey Zoomer, I got mine at the store it has 1 filter. The upgraded filter comes 2 in a pack and says D at the bottom of the box.I have not hooked it up to the plastic bag as I am using it with normal filter to clean air right now. DM

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thanks DM. I'm definitely going to put this thing to good use. Should make this a lot easier.

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make sure you guys spray the fuck out of the inside of the bag and wipe down the part of the machine that is in the bag very well. you cant slack on sterile technique just because of sterile air flow

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I figured I'd still have to take a bath in rubbing alcohol.

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Don't forget to use mouth wash!

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Is the condensation going to have a negativ effect ?

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Sooo any updates? Should I build one of these?

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what kind of update do you want? the control jar didnt tam!

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what kind of update do you want? the control jar didnt tam!

perfect! I really don't have the cash currently to go all out and build a FH.

IF this will be a good temporary setup, I will build one.

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