I have been using an Osaka stainless steel dripper for about a year now, and I think the mesh is clogged beyond repair. This results in a very slow, very cold cup of coffee.
So I am thinking of upgrading to something that uses a paper filter. Both the Hario V60 01 and Kalita Wave 155 look great to me. However, I'd prefer to use unbleached compostable filters (possibly If You Care brand), but I have not found any info online regarding this kind of filter in these drippers.
Does anybody have experience or tips for using a 3rd party paper filter? What size/shape filter is best? The "specialty" 1st party ones are pricy and typically bleached so they can not be put into the compost.
Edit: Just wanted to edit and say that I have been using cloth filters for the past year from Coffee Sock brand. They work very well, so if anyone stumbles upon this question looking for a similar answer I would recommend something like Coffee Sock.