Reusing drawn foundation question
Hi folks. I picked up some used deep and medium frames/foundation from a person in our local BKA a couple of weeks ago. It's the Pierco plastic frame/foundation. Some of the foundation (mostly the medium frames) has some drawn comb on it, some of which was used for brood. It looks like a mouse might have gotten ahold of and chewed on it a bit, as some of the comb is gone is spots. Will the bees fill in these missing spots, or should I scrape it and start from scratch?
Also I plan to use the mediums for my honey supers. Is it cool to use frames that were once used for brood in honey supers, assuming we don't care if the honey's dark or not?
As always TIA.
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