I bought four honey supers from a beekeeper who was getting out of the biz. The supers have drawn out comb that has been destroyed partially by wax moths, but the keeper froze the supers for 24hrs and has been keeping them in garbage sacks with mothballs inside. He said that they will work fine and since the comb is drawn out the bees will love it. Did I get a good deal at $7 a honey super? I also bought a brood chamber for $10 with alternating plastic and wooden frames with foundation. Thanks for any help. Also, my bees have 8 out of 10 frames drawn out. Is it ok to have put another super on top? The super I have thrown on top is drawn out and kinda messed up looking from the moths.

Chris