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I thought if honey was capped, I didn't have to worry about it drawing moisture. Is that not the case? I took some supers off and they have been sitting in my honey house. They were stacked and covered. I extracted it the other night. Now I am worried. I don't have a refractometer. If I find that it is too high in moisture, is there anything I can do?
 

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Will it work even if it is already extracted? How long will it take?
 

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if the honey was capped it should be ok, remember if honey is sitting in really warm temps for awhile it is going to seem thin, if you are in doubt put in a room with dehumidifier overnight and you should be ok. if you go on ebay and search for a refractometer you will find they are not that exspensive, although i must say ive never found them easy to read.
 
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