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  1. #41
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    The handle of the bucket will "clip" the vac onto the top of the bucket and hold it, allowing me to carry it with one hand. I really like it.

  2. #42
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    Default I tried the GEOFFKB frames today - PICS

    Used my 11 1/14" deep frames which held the big pieces of comb, one with 2X2 deer fencing and one with 1X1 garden fencing. Advantages - quick to make and easy to load by one self, cheap, frame is re-useable, disadvantage - bees can't remove it like rubber bands.



  3. #43
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    Quote Originally Posted by odfrank View Post
    Used my 11 1/14" deep frames which held the big pieces of comb, one with 2X2 deer fencing and one with 1X1 garden fencing. Advantages - quick to make and easy to load by one self, cheap, frame is re-useable, disadvantage - bees can't remove it like rubber bands.
    Was the 2 x 2 deer fencing the same plastic stuff as the garden 1 x 1. I would think 2 x 2 would be better. Is it easy to get?
    http://bees-on-the-net.com/bs
    Bees give me a buzz!

  4. #44
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    It is thicker/stronger and I think a better material for that use , less bars covering the cells. Not easy to get, probably only in 100' rolls.

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