I've got a 5 sheets of duragilt left. I need to use it to put in nucs that I'm going to put my old Queens in when I requeen. I'm keeping the old queens until my new ones are accepted and laying. Some are not too strong but they would beat none. Do you'll think that they might draw out the duragilt using it like this. I'm piecing together what I have to build the nucs. The nucs will have the Queen, some brood, some nurse bees, some honey. I will use one frame of drawn out comb for her to lay in. The rest will be new foundation. There will only be one frame of duragilt per nuc. The other 2 will be new pierco wax coated foundation or rewaxed pierco. I really want to throw the duragilt away but it will keep me from buying more right now. I don't like the experience that I've had with the rest of the package that I originally bought. After about 10-14 days I will recombine the original frame in the hives that they came from. Then probably make some nucs from my stronger hives, maybe to over winter.