Re: uugh, wax moths...
I freeze all of our frames in our chest freezer, it hits around -20, leave them in for 2-3 days, the freezer holds a lot, around 50 ish.
I pull them out, put in the honey super, stack up in our basement and then cover the top box with door screening. Been doing this for years now.
I have also stored in plastic tubs. But if stored in them I let the frames warm up and dry any freezer moisture. Then put the lid on the tub. Most are in the honey supers, in the spring ready to be put back on the hives.
Zone 6b: 27 hives in Maryland, Carniolan, Italian mix mutts: Still learning - started bees spring of 2014.