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
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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.
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Fishing line. How are others fastening it. Stapling lets some loose.
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Last edited by Saltybee; 12-22-2013 at 07:10 AM.
4 yrs, Peak 14, back to zip, T lite; godfather to brother's 3.
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.
Bill...in Southeast Ohio Zone 6A