Hi all, This is my first post to this forum, so thanks in advance for feedback. My weakest hive has been getting robbed for about a week and a half. We tried the wet sheet method, Vicks vapor rub, and everything else I could find online. Installed a robber screen a few days ago and it seems to be helping, but there still seem to be a steady flow of bees in and out through the robber screen entrance. Certainly hoping that these are bees from my hive and not the robbers, but it's made me question whether I installed the screen correctly. I removed the hive's entrance reducer when I installed the robber screen. Should I have left it on? I know that the robber screen is essentially an entrance reducer, but wondering if a second reduction at the main entrance would be of benefit or not. Also wondering if the robber screen can be used with other methods? Would a combination of the robber screen and wet sheet be overkill? It's hot here (mid 90s most days), so I don't want to overheat them (the hive does have a screened bottom board). If it weren't so hot, I'd consider just closing the hive up for a few days, but I think that's risky in this heat. Any other ideas? I don't have enough land to relocate the hive far enough away, so that option is out.