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  1. #1
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    Default pollen?

    will a paint strainer remove the pollen from the honey?

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    Default Re: pollen?

    Quote Originally Posted by SunnyBee View Post
    will a paint strainer remove the pollen from the honey?
    Not sure if a paint strainer will remove it. But I prefer not to.People in my neck of the woods tend to want Raw honey.
    What we have here, is a failure to communicate !

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    Default Re: pollen?

    i do not want to remove the pollen eather. i was told that a paint strainer was too fine, as it would remove the pollen.

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    Default Re: pollen?

    I use the stainless steel strainer that fits over my storage bucket. Bought it from Walter Kelley. It strains off the heavy wax. After that, I let the honey sit for about a day and then bottle.
    What we have here, is a failure to communicate !

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