I do the same. I extracted some deadouts and came up with 28% moisture. I bought a bucket (1 gal size) of Damp-rid and placed it beside an open 5 gallon bucket of honey inside a sealed plastic storage tote, set tote in the sun. Worked like a charm. My first idea was to use the calcium chloride ice melter (the white pellets; same stuff as in Damp Rid). That's impossible to find in the late Spring, likely more difficult to find in FL.I take an empty 5 gallon bucket and a Damp-Rid packet from the grocery store. I attach the top of the Damp-Rid to the bottom, inside of the bucket. This lets the Damp-Rid hang right side up when the bucket is upside down. I place the bucket upside down over the honey and leave it for a day or two until the moisture comes down.