Need a little advice, I caught a large swarm about 10 days ago and hived them in a top bar hive that I had waiting for them. I peeked in yesterday and they have built our eight bars and about half on the 9th and a dollar size comb on number 10. These last two are straight on the bars, as I was pulling the bars back to check them I found that they have crossed each bar and attached about a two inches to it's adjacent bar. Kinda in a curved shape. I may have promoted this activity by building the hive too small. The bars are 12 inches long with a 9 inch waxed center strip about the size of a pop stick. in the swarm trap they had followed the ridges in the lid perfectly. I was really surprised to see this and can't imagine what a mess it will be to harvest. How would you straighten them out ?