Today is a big day, the busiest day for the carnival in this town. The streets are packed with kids. Folks are all dressed up, and the energy is inviting. I can handle it for a few days, and after that I have had enough. I know that soon the whole thing is coming to an end, I am enjoying it while it lasts. Other than that, there is not much going on here, but some spring cleaning. Today’s project is cleaning my home’s filters. Washable air filters for HVAC systems are reusable air filters that can be washed and reused rather than thrown away. They are designed to capture dust, dirt, and other airborne particles, improving indoor air conditions and helping to keep HVAC systems running efficiently. Washable filters can be made from a variety of materials, including electrostatically charged fibers, pleated fabric, and foam. The main benefit of washable air filters is their cost-effectiveness over time. While they may have a higher upfront cost than disposable filters, they can be washed and reused for years, reducing the overall cost of air filter upgradement. Also, washable filters can be more environmentally friendly since they create less waste than disposable filters. Washable filters can also be more effective at removing airborne particles than disposable filters, since they can capture smaller pieces due to their denser construction. However, it’s important to note that not all washable filters are equal. This is so important to know. Some may be less effective than high-quality disposable filters.