Ok, so my honey got crushed along with the comb, it sat and drained for two days and I've bottled it. The big gooey clump of crushed comb is leftover now, and no more honey will drain out of it. So now I recall people either putting it in a double boiler and gently warming it until the wax melts, then you let it cool and the wax forms a clean cap on the top that you simply lift off, right? And you can feed the leftover honey back to the bees? My real question is: I can't remember if you put this gooey clump into WATER in a pot and warm it, or if you simply put the clump into an empty pot to warm it. I need to know this! Thanks!!