Re: Storing built out frames
I have kept bees for 50 years. I have never frozen a frame. I manage about 150 hives and a few hundred honey supers. I suffer minimal wax moth and SHB problems primarily on hives that die in mid summer and are not caught on time.
I use queen excluders to keep my honey supers free from pollen and cocoons. I dry all my extracted supers on the hives and as soon as possible store them in my bee tight extracting room. I store dead brood chambers on strong hives or in the extracting room.
All of my opinions and suggestions are based on my five decades of actual beekeeping,
not so much on book learning, watching YouTube videos nor reading internet sites.