Why do we not use sintered glass frits with hydrofluoric acids? Why do not collect silver halide precipitates on glass frits?
I have seen this done in a laboratory: someone, unwisely, using a frit with conc.
The above reaction is the reason why hydrofluoric acid is supplied in PLASTIC winchesters rather than glass ones.
Precipitates of silver chloride are usually very finely divided, and it would take a long time (+24 hours) to filter such materials - silver halides are also photosensitive, and would rapidly reduce.