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Uncapping knife

What is Uncapping knife?

  1. A knife used to shave or remove the cappings from combs of sealed honey prior to extraction. These can be heated by steam or electricity.
  2. A device used to slice the wax capping off honeycomb that is to be extracted. (These special knives usually are heated electrically or by steam.) winter cluster.
  3. A sharp, heated knife for removing cappings from honey combs prior to extracting honey.
  4. Tools used to shave off the wax cappings of sealed honey prior to extraction.

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