Maybe I'm just lucky, but none of mine have broken, not even after being in the freezer. I also string my frames with monofilament.
Ray--1 year, 7 hives, TF
I have had that happen right out of the hives while the comb was full of honey and covered in bees. As for this one. A little melted wax on the seams and it will be right as rain. I have actually re attached comb on a top bar that way once.
Everything gets darker, as it goes to where there is less light. Darrel Tank (5PM drawing instructor)
Fishing line. How are others fastening it. Stapling lets some loose.
Starting separate thread.
Last edited by Saltybee; 12-22-2013 at 08:10 AM.
monofilament is fishing line, if I am not mistaken 10# is what people use. It is strung on the frames much the same as wire although I have seen it used in an x pattern as well. I have tried monofilament a few years ago but I still prefer wire.
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