Was storing two deep supers in my laundry room in the house. Wrapped and secured tightly with garbage bags. Found today that BOTH deeps and frames (which were almost entirely capped honey) are infested with wax moths. The bottom deep wasn't TOO bad. I haven't looked all through the top one, but at least 10 moths flew out at me when I peeled back the plastic after finding the hole they had created. What should I do with ALL this honey? My Dad suggested we extract it and feed it to our hives as the winter feed. I'm wondering if I shouldn't just set the two deeps on a table near the hive and let both hives rob it on the warmer days. The four frames that had NO evidence of any "cocoons" or wax moth "mess" we put into the freezer. Again - looking for help/guidance as to what to do with all this honey that's now been infested with wax moths. Cocoons that I could see and all moths are now dead. Could/Should I freeze EVERYTHING and let them clean it up on their own after it's frozen for a while? Really not sure what to do and two beeks I tried calling haven't called me back yet. =( HELP ME, PLEASE! Thank you!