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Ken Ag 6-1/2" Milk Filters

Blain # 140178 | Mfr # D110

Blain's - Ken Ag 6-1/2" Milk Filters
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  • Non gauze disk filters for gravity filtration
  • Unique filter fabric design allows rapid milk flow and required sediment retention

Technical Description

Quantity: 100
Diameter: 6-1/2"

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Blain's Farm and Fleet Store
This is the best price I have been able to find for these either on line or in store.
Joy M on Apr 22, 2015
I have been using them for 27 years in my restaurant to strain cooking oil.
Kenneth P on Feb 24, 2015
I am a teacher and I use these to make story props for a felt board.
Kathryn M on Mar 22, 2015
I've searched many companies milk filters, and this was by far the best price. I didn't have to have a minimum order and this is by far the best shipping price I have ever seen.
Karen J on Dec 21, 2014
What color are the filters?
Kellie G on Oct 25, 2015
Best Answer: They are white. We have used them for years and are quite happy with them. We have a small funnel (buzy lizzy type) and just cut the filters into fourths. Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Nathan B on Oct 27, 2015
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What are these made out of? And how are they made?
A shopper on Sep 9, 2015
Best Answer: Of course, being only the customer, I can't say for sure what these are made of. But they look very much like the fabric, pellon, we used to use for interfacing making clothing. That was polyester. Anyway--these filters are not woven, do not shed or pill, and could hold up to machine washing. I reuse them for scrub cloths, and to dry garden seeds on for seed saving. You can write on them with a sharpie.

The flow is fine. I tried coffee filters which didn't work. Hope that answers your question.
Reply · Report · Louise L on Sep 10, 2015
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Those of you using the 6 1/2 in. milk filters at home, what do you use for a funnel to hold the filter? I am wanting to strain into a gallon glass jar with about a 4 inch mouth.
Louise L on Oct 28, 2015
Best Answer: I use a small funnel to pour milk into ball jars. The filters are too big but work easily when shaped into a cone. This way they fit in my funnel and filter the milk well.
Reply · Report · Andrea E on Oct 28, 2015
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