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    Re: Older tangital commercial extractors?

    ...not if you got stuck buying one of their early diesel buckets!
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    Re: Buiding Frames Questions

    Oh, and I'd recommend 1 1/4 inch staples!
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    Re: Buiding Frames Questions

    You will not regret it!
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    Clorox clean-up

    Meaning to grab the bottle of another brand cleaner, I accidentally grabbed the clean-up. A couple sprays of Clorox on a propolis scarred cover, I was amazed how it literally melted the propolis off...
  5. Re: Is there a right or wrong way of doing BEES ?

    Short answer, yes.
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    Re: Swarm Trap Help

    Have you got a spare 8 or 10 frame deep? Dirty old well used one?
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    Re: God gave me an answer

    I'm feeling left behind...I've never even seen a swarm in person. Yet.
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    Re: cut out help please

    I have a feeling (great game plan) they are not going to be a happy bunch when they reach the top!
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    Re: Is Dark Brown too Dark for Paint?

    That is the same color I painted my ice shanty about forty years ago...it took me about three hours to retrieve it from nearly sinking in the middle of February. It was an awesome solar collector. ...
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    Re: screened bottom board

    This is the problem with "big box" hardware stores...they drive out the old mom and pop operations and then dictate to the customers what they can buy. If you can locat an old hardware store, ask....
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    Re: Staple Gun for Frames

    Quarter inch is the width of the staples...hence, narrow crown stapler. Generally 1 1/4 inch long. They work great, not too big, and you will love it.
  12. Re: What to do with the waste leftover from rendering wax

    That would be MY concern!!!
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    Re: Dead Hive - Get Nuc or Package?

    I knew better, but they seemed to be just going gangbusters into the fall. I was seeing activity late into December. The remaining dead bees amounted to about a double handful. The white mite...
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    Re: Dead Hive - Get Nuc or Package?

    Same situation here...building more woodenware and ordering 2 packages. And building traps.
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    Re: Huh? Bee flew in ear

    Are you sure she wasn't a queen?...better check for eggs!
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    Re: Best Way to Move a Hive?

    By yourself? If you have an assistant, maybe "forearm forklifts"?
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    Re: Preferred woods for nuc building

    I use a hybrid approach. 1/2 inch plywood for the sides, 3/4 pine for the ends. It gives me enough to cut frame perches and keeps the edge grain of the plywood buried in the glue joints on the...
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    Re: Weatherproofing Migratory Lids?

    Titebond?
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    Re: bottom board 'rim' question

    No tablesaw?
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    Re: Smoker Smoke Harmful?

    Only in the state of California...at least according to everything I read.
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    Re: How many packages

    They should come "racked" with lath strips set at a proper space...
  22. Thread: Frames

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    Re: Frames

    It's very important to check dimensions and fit of the first pieces off the saw before you go into full production mode...trust me on that one!
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    Re: Hello from long beach california

    Happy birthday!
  24. Re: in the market for a router and table and all the extras needed

    I'll concur on Bosch routers...I make my own frames and my home made router table is indispensable.
  25. Re: in the market for a router and table and all the extras needed

    i have never found myself thinking "wow this (insert tool type) is way too powerful!" But I have found myself on the other end of the spectrum...once. Just my opinion.
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