A couple weeks ago I removed a large bee colony from a building along with about 200# of honey stores. I placed all the cutout comb, with honey and old brood combs in large plastic bins. My initial thought was to feed the cutout honey comb back to me bees and let them clean it all up, but the issue is that my bee yards really don't need it. I don't have a melter to dump everything in and draw off the melted wax and let the honey separate. I process my wax in a large kettle over an open burner in my shop filled with water. When it all melts I simply run the melted wax through a cloth and have nice clean wax. I am wondering if I can somehow melt all this comb (maybe in small batches in a clean pot) and let the wax harden and pour off the honey and filter it for consumption. Most of this honey is darker, and a lot of it is light but granulated in the comb. With the retail price of local honey at $8.00 per pound here I am looking now at trying to reclaim it and have it good enough to bottle and sell. Can I put a pot inside a pot like a double boiler and melt everything down to be separated after the wax hardens? Anyone have any ideas? I don't have enough freezer room to store it all, because I have so much. I don't want to darken the honey any more than I have to.