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Offline mtnb

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Re: Honey Dripping From Soffit
« Reply #20 on: July 24, 2017, 11:35:14 am »
Oh. My only cause for concern is in that one picture of comb with the vacuum hose. Those were the last combs closest to the fiberglass insulation. The comb was attached with this red stuff right in the center. They also had it along the edges of the wood and insulation leading into the roof. At first I thought it might have been some plastic covering that was over the insulation that had melted in hot weather, but from working with bob, I only remember having that paper backing on it. No plastic. Plus none of the other insulation in the bays had it. It just was so thin and hard and had no odor. I'm pretty certain it's just really old propolis. Does it lose its smell after time? This stuff is so different from my propolis, I just wasn't sure at first. I'm only at about 80% now. lol Anything else it could be?
I'd rather be playing with venomous insects