The story has to come first. I had a local guy that lost three hives to wax moths. When he found the bees gone he took the covers off and gave up. I bought all of his hives (4) and extracting equipment. He had four boxes of assembled and unassembled frames, plus five unassembled medium supers with frames. I went through all the new frames and had enough assembled frames to fill four complete hives minus two deeps. He was using wired foundation which was ruined from being left to the elements. Since there was almost enough new frames, I threw all the moth damaged frames in the trash instead of trying to clean all the unhatched cocoons out. These frames are Kelleys slotted top bar bottom groove. I use Mann Lake Frames with Rite Cell Foundation. The question I have is, the rite cell foundation wont fit in kelley frames, so can I cut the rite cell to fit the kelley frames and use the left over pieces as starter strips for foundationless.