Here I go again, I use crush and strain. When doing more than 2 or 2 frames I use my cider press for the crush and strain part. Placing a flour sack or pillow case in the press hamper, putting the combs of honey inside and then compressing the whole thing like I would the apple when making cider, the honey is forced from the combs, the wax is compressed into a flat cake for smeltering, and the sack or case filters the big stuff out of the honey. I can bottle it straight of the spout and the end of the press. You can use a tea strainer or the like if you feel you need to, I do mine outside so I often have to strain out the bees trying to take the honey back.
It is simple and much less work than using an extractor. Believe me, I've been a beekeeper for a long time and my current method of processing honey is my favorite by far, I only wished I thought of using a cider press a long time ago. Wash down the press with a water hose, wash the sack in with the clothes, the the wax cakes into the colar wax melter and your clean up is over.