Permacomb

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Deen
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Permacomb

Postby Deen » Wed Dec 27, 2017 4:13 am

I got 20 medium frames of this fully formed foundation i think was called permacomb for Christmas. I'm new and have a shortage of drawn comb to expand this spring. Had anybody used this stuff? Other than waxing, are there any other prep i should perform to help acceptance?

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Michael Bush
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Re: Permacomb

Postby Michael Bush » Wed Dec 27, 2017 12:52 pm

I've got about a thousand of them. I heated them to 200 F and dipped them in beeswax and shook off the excess, but it was a very messy process. They were 100 percent accepted as drawn comb once they were dipped. If you don't dip them, they are less accepted at first but they are eventually.
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