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How you doing stoners, I found out it's very easy and most importantly CHEAPER to make a hepa filter @ home. Basically you use a panel filter of desired grade, I'm thinking H13-U16 would be considered hepa, then attach it to either the front or the back. This is where I need help, different sites say its better to put it on the intake but others say exhaust does anyone know? If i can put it on the exhaust could I place several on my oscillating filters to trap mold spores? Also for anyone who's done this could I also use replacement filters intended for AC units or dehumids? Thank you in advance guys:)