Wrap Filter Paper White - 40 Count

75 reviews
$3.49
SKU 627402

Limit 3 Cases per Person.


Made from the same high quality paper as our basket and cone filters, these filters help reduce the amount of oils and sediment that seep into your coffee. Less oil means better tasting smooth coffee.

When placed in your percolator basket, these filters are designed to fold around your coffees grounds, encasing them in an easily removed bundle for easy clean up and disposal.

  • Chlorine free.
  • Poly bag wrapped package of 40 wrap filters.
  • Fits all percolators.

Add More Flavor to Your Life® with Melitta coffee filters. 

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4.9 Based on 75 Reviews
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OG
06/01/2021
ORMAN G.
United States United States
Filters

10 years using, people flock to taste our coffee!

TD
04/19/2021
Tom D.
United States United States
Wrap coffee filters

I’ve used them before and they’ve always done the job. We use them in our RV when we have to use the percolator pot to make coffee. Unfortunately, we can’t find them in any stores around our area anymore.

TD
04/19/2021
Tom D.
United States United States
Wrap coffee filters

I’ve used them before and they’ve always done the job. We use them in our RV when we have to use the percolator pot to make coffee. Unfortunately, we can’t find them in any stores around our area anymore.

GB
04/08/2021
Gloria B.
United States United States

It was great. So glad i found you. I cant find them in the stores anymore. So thank you very much

LE
04/07/2021
Lawrence E.
United States United States
Melitta Wraps

I've never had any complaints about your products or your service. I consistently like a good cup of coffee in the morning, so I start with my favorite grind of coffee and a Melitta wrap. It's always consistently good every morning. So I've said it once and I'll say it again, "IF it ain't broke, don't try to fix it. Change is not always good. It's hard to improve on "perfection". Thank you, Lawrence Lowak