DIY Coffee Filter

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Today I'll show you how to make a coffee filter using paper towel, napkin or tissue.


Everyone knows this problem. You want to drink coffee but you have no more coffee filters......What to do?


In this video DIY Coffee Filter on Youtube I show you how you can quickly remedy.....using only a piece of paper towel.

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The song in this video:
"Life of Riley" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
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Step 1: You Need

One piece of paper towel, napkin or tissue....

Step 2: Folding

Fold it as you can see at the photos....

Step 3: Ready

Ready for use !!

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    9 Discussions

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    DesmondM13

    2 months ago on Introduction

    Excellent instructions... obnoxious, cloying, twee music...but thank you anyways! Got me out of a pinch.

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    SteveMann

    3 years ago

    Very useful.

    I wonder also about making water filters.

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    dontno

    3 years ago

    I'm very lazy in the morning before I have a cup of coffee.. When I'm out of regular coffee filters. I use a white napkin. (No printing on it.) Stuff it into the basket without too many wrinkles in it, and add coffee. Works for me!

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    rafununu

    3 years ago

    I made this years ago when I ran out of filters. Honestly, I prefer regular filters.

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    НайденЦ

    3 years ago

    What about chemicals in the paper...?

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    slartty

    3 years ago

    excellent... very good to know when you run out

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    Penolopy Bulnick

    3 years ago

    That's a clever idea :) So, it holds the wet grounds pretty well without tearing?

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