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I didn't have the right sized hole saw so shelled out the $$. I have a roto-zip in my shop. I feel like an idiot, but thanks for the tip. Very cute helper too. Here is my tip I learned here: If the bucket is thick/stiff and you can't get the valve tight, heat up the area with a hair dryer. Works great. J
 

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I didn't have the right sized hole saw so shelled out the $$. I have a roto-zip in my shop. I feel like an idiot, but thanks for the tip. Very cute helper too. Here is my tip I learned here: If the bucket is thick/stiff and you can't get the valve tight, heat up the area with a hair dryer. Works great. J
Ah hairdryer that makes sense. Good tip. Yeah, Kathleen loves hanging out with me and the honeybees so i am trying to soak it up before she grows up!
 

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Here Kathleen is bottling honey with our homemade bottling bucket. Also a link to the cheap Jars (glass and plastic) in southern TN https://youtu.be/vboizBOiYak
 
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