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The pics are blocked for me (not your fault...) but if there is a lot of webbing it's a lot of work for the bees to remove it. If there is only a little I would let the bees clean it up. A lot, I would cut out the comb and save them the work.
 

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The comb shows minimal damage the bees will clean it right up.
 

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If the holes are in the bottom of the cells I would trash it they can't repair the damage and therefore can't use the cells. I get real brutal when it comes to the moth damage. use the plastic foundation and you can just scrape off the bad parts.
 

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Sure, they'll clean that right up. Not much damage there.
 
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