Clean filters to keep the cabin fresh

Filters from K&N Filters

Published:  17 April, 2015

Washable, and therefore re-usable, cabin air filters are said to be the first of its kind and are available from K&N Filters.

They feature a single layer of thermally bonded, non-woven synthetic media to trap dust, debris and bacteria. The firm recommends they are cleaned every 12,000 miles and they are backed by a ten year or 100,000 mile warranty.

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