SlimOne

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About SlimOne

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    Campanas
  • Birthday 03/22/1969

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    Southern Ontario
  • Interests
    Pickerel fishing, Turkey Hunting, BBQ's , Good Cigars

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  1. I would be surprised. I tried this myself and then just put in a second fan and filter. I don't want the neighbors complaining of smoke smells coming from out house. It comes down to the cubic feet of your room and how many times you want that air changed in there. The right size fan and filter are key its always better to go over kill on this and have a speed controller to dial it down if needed....most likely. its your house and you don't want it to have unpleasant smells.
  2. If those are all your kids I am suprised you can find time to do anything. GOOD FOR YOU!! Hopefully you have pics of that crazy campfire. NOW THAT'S A FIRE!!!
  3. Filter isn't going to quiet it down. There are u tube videos on how to quiet them down safely. There is a lot of info out there on how to use these discreetly. Tornado fans and Can-Filter tried tested and true....out preform others I have tried over the years
  4. You can also add a fan speed controller or buy a fan that has one or it. It will allow you to turn it down if needed
  5. 480cfm inline fan pulling through a "Can-filter" model #50 in a 5.5x7.5 room/garden and can smoke anything without residual smells. This is noisy. If you could have the fan mounted in another area or have the fan housed/mounted in a sound dampened box/cabinet you will be fine. I have used the Vivosun but prefer the Can-Filter.....you get what you pay for.
  6. what would a lighter like that be worth? Approximately. Forgive my question I just didn't realize this was collectable. I have two that are similar and also don't work
  7. Nature and solitude. Camping is the winner. I am not comfortable staying where others have done the nasty. Even if the sheets are clean.

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