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  1. #1
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    Default My new honey filter material

    After 35 years of pumping my honey crop through ladies nylon stockings, which of course added a sensual thrill to honey processing, I this year had a brilliant vision and have been using drain pipe poly filter sock. It comes in a 100 foot roll. I cut about a 26" length, knot the lower end, and clamp it to my double pipe outlet. It does not sag, run and stretch unpredictably like a nylon stocking, and seems to filter just as well. They are also reusable. Possibly this discovery will end years of embarrassment soliciting the few women in my life for their discard nylons, and sneaking around the women's department at Walmart. It will however also end decades of fantasy and voyuerism in the honey room.







    Click next pic to view video. Actually 2012, not 2011 as the senile beekeeper states in video.

    Last edited by odfrank; 08-09-2012 at 10:25 PM.

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    Default Re: My new honey filter material

    Quote Originally Posted by odfrank View Post
    Possibly this discovery will end years of embarrassment soliciting the few women in my life for their discard nylons, and sneaking around the women's department at Walmart. It will however also end decades of fantasy and voyuerism in the honey room.
    Well, I only buy NEW knee high stockings. I do, however, enjoy the funny little smirk the check out girl gives me when I give her a wink that says, "I'll never tell."

    Grant
    Jackson, MO
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    Default Re: My new honey filter material

    You guys are sick!
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    Default Re: My new honey filter material

    You know what the 3rd picture looks like. What a bull.... LOL
    Like it!
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    Last edited by beemandan; 08-10-2012 at 04:52 PM. Reason: My sense of humor is missed.
    Dan www.boogerhillbee.com
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    Default Re: My new honey filter material

    Quote Originally Posted by beemandan View Post
    124.05.02 ...men’s underwear used in the preparation of consumable food items may be of used condition but should be in like new condition; those with stains or discoloration should be avoided whenever possible.
    I'm sorry.... WHAT!??!?!

    No really..... WHAT!!??!?!

    Let me rephrase that: So, in **state withdrawn**, a food processor..... can..... WHAT!!???!!!
    Last edited by TokerM; 08-10-2012 at 05:57 PM.

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    Default Re: My new honey filter material

    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie B View Post
    You guys are sick!
    Charlie B .... Along this same line, I went into a Dollar Store and picked up 2000 bobby pins, ( 20 cards of 100 each). I bought all they had. I use them to hold foundation straight in deep frames until the bees knit the foundation to the frames.

    When I got to the checkout counter the lady said, "You don't have that much hair". I just gave her the $20.00 and left her wondering why I needed 2000 bobby pins.

    cchoganjr

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    Default Re: My new honey filter material

    Aw, come on. Used ladies stockings can't be any worse than having the local maidens crush grapes with their bare feet. Might even be a selling point if you're making mead.

    Dunno about the men's underware. I'm sure there is a niche market, but I'm not into that.

    We tried the bobby pins. OK for brood, but when the bees draw one side of a deep and fill it with honey, bobby pins are not enough and you get wonky comb. I gave in and got the wiring tools.

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