I have solid bottom boards and have noticed that some hives have comb hanging down from the bottom of the frames to where its only a couple inches away from the bottom board . I never gave it much concern and I don't seem to remove the bottom box in my inspections to remove it , instead just pull frames from the top and just removing some of it . When I was trying to slide my OA vaporizer in the hive I noticed I bumped the comb but didn't think much of it , after vaporizing, the pot on the vaporizer was black . Did I run the risk of melting the wax or worse starting a fire inside , did the oa vaporize correctly with the wax melting in the pot . Should I reach in with a long scraper and try to remove this comb or maybe tip the the hive back and remove it , wasn't sure if it could be brood but I expect it wouldn't be so close to the cold opening this time of year or could it have honey in it , probably no way of knowing without taking a look .Has anyone else run into this situation .