Re: Dehumidifying honey
It is far better to leave the honey in the frames and use the dehumidifier. There is a lot of surface area with the frames, to provide surface for moisture removal. The honey is 3/8 inch or less in depth.
Leave the frames in the super and raise the super by putting 1 1/2 inch square by 24 inch long pieces of wood under it. I place my super on the blocks on a stool. You want the air to be able to move through the super.
The trays may work. I tried putting some 20% honey that I had already extracted, in large bowls and running a dehumidifier. Honey was shallow depth and I stirred daily. The running dehumidifier does heat the small room somewhat. Honey started to ferment on the surface and had to throw it out.
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