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    Re: leak proofing tray feeders

    I think that you may get into moisture problems if you sealed the outside of your box with either rubber product but it would be worth a try on a hive or two just for the knowledge of it and to share...
  2. Re: Making a Miller Style Top Feeder - Sealant Ideas

    I have used spray on bed liner with very good success. I'm sure that you could use the roll on And apply with a brush with the same results. Not the cheapest but if you use cedar or cypress it should...
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    Re: leak proofing tray feeders

    What I have been using is a 3M brand that my brother in law give from his body shop. His cost was about $2 a can so I don't know what it would be on the shelf. He has since went to getting it in bulk...
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    Re: leak proofing tray feeders

    You might also consider using spray on bed liner that you can get in an aerosol can. It worked for me, just let it air for a couple days before use.
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    Re: Ants in my top feeder

    I have had good success with ground cinnamon on the inner cover. Just put a light sprinkle all the way around on the top of the luan next to the framing of it.
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    Re: Adding motor to hand crank extractor

    I'm in the process of building one from a kids battery powered scooter. The motor has plenty of power and speed. After I try it a few times then I might pick up a transformer and convert it to AC....
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