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Melitta Coffee Filters for Percolators, White (3.5-Inch Discs), 100-Count Filters (Pack of 24)
- Melitta 628354 3-1/2" Disc Coffeemaker Filters 100 Count
- Coffee filters
- Fits all percolators
- 3-1/2" disc, 100 count
- The product is from United States
- Premium coffee filters from the #1 coffee filter brand in the world
- Oxygen cleansed pulp paper fits all coffee percolators
- Eliminates ground coffee from your cup. Makes disposal and clean up easier!
- Traps bitter sediments and harmful oils so all that remains is the flavor of your favorite coffee
- Melitta makes an annual donation to American Forests Global ReLeaf ecosystem restoration projects to fund the replenishment of trees used in the production of its filters
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Style Name: Percolator Disc Filter
Center filter hole over brew basket stem. Carefully slide down to rest on bottom of basket. Fill with desired amount of coffee grounds.
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Believe it or not, it is the ubiquitous 8-12 cup basket coffee filters that are used by everyone who has a drip coffee maker. There is no hole so you simply center the basket filter on the percolator tube and push the filter down over the tube with your thumb and fingers close to tube to make sure that the puncture is not much larger than the size of the tube. You will find that even if you tear it a little larger than the tube when you press the filter down over it there will be no problem with coffee grinds getting through.
After you do this you will have a nice paper basket filter inside you electric drip coffee maker that works better than the small round disc filters that they sell for these and save money on these expensive wrap filters.
One additional tip about cleaning electric percolators. I fill the pot with 12 cups of water and then put one of the Cascade w/ Dawn dishwasher packets in the basket.
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I then put it together as if I was making coffee and let it go for a cycle. When the light goes on after the brew cycle I let the hot dishwasher solution sit for a while. Then I pour it out, rinse the pot and run another cycle with just water. This cleans the stainless pot and basket and even the bowl at the bottom.
Enter the percolator filter! These are great, because the grounds really have no where to go. My grocery store used to carry (but have stopped, which isn't good) the disc filters, which just sit under the grounds, but don't wrap around them in any way. So the grounds can still sneak into my cup (though it is better than nothing).
Also these make disposal easy. Just tip your percolator basket thingie (I have a percolator but am clearly not an expert on them) upside down, the filter falls out and you are ready for another pot of joe.
Thank you, Melitta!
I simply buy a stack of normal basket-type filters at the grocery store. When I get home, I clamp the stack of filters tightly together and, using a Forstner bit, I drill a 3/8 inch hole through the center of the whole stack. I suppose a normal drill bit would work, but I've never tried that.
A few filters on the top of the stack tend to get ripped up, but that's not a big deal.
The filter with the hole in the center nestles nicely into the moistened perc basket and the lid fits on top like it normally does. This method stops 99% of the mud from getting into my coffee and makes cleaning out the perc basket a breeze.
I used to make the hole each morning in the basket filter using a single-hole paper punch, but that got a little tedious.
For those who don't want to purchase 2,400 of these filters through Amazon, one can order single packages of them (containing 100 filters per package) from their local Ace Hardware store. If your Ace Hardware store doesn't carry it, just ask a clerk and they can special order it from their warehouse, and it will arrive at the store within three business days. There's no extra charge to special order them from an Ace Hardware store. The price I paid at Ace Hardware was only $1.39 + tax for a package of 100 filters.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The only way to go for perk type coffee pots. Sure you don't really need these but clean-up is so much easier.Published 21 days ago by G. S.
What can I say, they do the job, not crazy about folding them after putting them in pot.Published 1 month ago by Dolores Gatward
They work great to filter the grounds and my love her coffee without sediment.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I love these filters. I just make sure that I wet them before I put my coffee in, so the filter never moves. Terrific product!Published 2 months ago by rutabagapie
ordered these for my sister ,she wasn't able to find these in any stores . she is very happy with the price, plus free shipping. thank you!Published 2 months ago by Cathy
I buy these once a year. They keep the ground coffee contained and no mess clean up.Published 2 months ago by Bonita Dombroski