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  • 8270king
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    Thanks - so many cottonwood here - a screen/filter would be useless.

    I use the foaming coil cleaner too!

    Thanks!

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  • JACKO
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    By the way, Nice work!

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  • JACKO
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    King, consider making a screen cover over the coils, one you can remove and clean. It helps tremendously!
    Or consider killing the near by culprit cottonwood tree! I do recommend one over the other!
    For the record, I am a tree hugger!

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  • Popeye
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    A garden hose works well too. Just be careful not to use too much pressure as some of the newer coils are not that strong and will get mashed down. I also use a mild foaming condenser cleaner to get deep down in between the fins.

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  • 8270king
    started a topic Coil Cleaning

    Coil Cleaning

    Once the cottonwood subsides for the year - I clean the HVAC coils.

    I use a soft whisk broom to get the cottonwood off the coils. Then I use a leaf blower to get rod of the clumps. I have already had to blow the cottonwood off once this year already.



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