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I have tried it. It does work but it is a slow process and you need to use a room/container that regular humidity can't get in where the honey can absorbe the moisture. You will also need a way to check the moisture content of the honey.
I gave it up because it was slow . Although I do have a dehumidifier in the honey house.

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Its much less costly to put the supers back
on the hives that contain honey that is still
to moist in terms of refractometer readings.

Bees work for free.


But yeah, if you don't care about the electric
bill, you can use a heater and a fan.
 

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Ruben- All the while I have honey exposed in my extraction room I keep my box fan and humidifier going 24/7. Best to be on the dry versus the wet side.
 
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