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    Default Propolis removal.

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    The guys that did the clean up on our new orangery left us with some cans of this product: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wurth-08931...dustry+Cleaner

    It has with one squirt removed the resin from my fingers. I will scrape some propolis and warm it up to do an experiment but it's looking very promising.



    I scraped propolis from a couple of brood frames and warmed it on top of the wood burner. It was hot enough to sting when I rubbed it on my fingers.

    Then I sprayed my hand and rubbed my fingers together and most of it came off, the rest vanished when I used soap to wash my hands.

    So there you go a product that certainly appears to remove propolis.

    PH
    Last edited by Poly Hive; 01-12-2017 at 08:30 PM.

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    Thanks Pete

    Your link didn't work here but Wurth Industry Cleaner does it, on Amazon. I'll try that and useful too for removing sticky stuff from labels.
    Last edited by Kate Atchley; 01-12-2017 at 11:45 AM.

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    Thanks Kate,

    Link refreshed.

    PH

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