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I lost both my hives this last year, first year beekeeping with tough lessons. I am not giving up and am actually doubling down this year with 4 nucs. With my two previous hives dead, I am left with a number of frames that have minor wax moth damage to the drawn comb. I froze the frames and killed everything but was wondering if I should scrape the old comb off down to plastic frame or simply let the new bees clean them up. Much of the wax comb is untouched by wax moth so I hate to scrape everything. Any advice? Thx
 
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