I reuse the filters, so does the guy who invented the Aeropress.You can get around 10 uses out of every filter but I probably only use them three to four times.
You can get around 10 uses out of every filter but I probably only use them three to four times.
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There are 3rd party steel filters for them. I started using one since nowhere nearby sells the things and ordering filters off Amazon got annoying. If it makes a difference in the flavor I can't tell, but it's much more convenient.
Makes sense if you gotta wash em anyway before use