Even though I am no where near ready for supers yet, I am at odds as to what to do with my drawn out super frames from last year. I had a bad batch of honey last year. My supplier told me that in this area last year the bees where capping honey a bit early and it tasted and smelled bad and she got many reports about it. I extracted all but a few frames and ended up chucking about 4 gallons of honey. I want to re-use the frames when the bees are ready for it because they are already drawn but I am afraid the nasty remnants of last years honey will get mixed into this years batch and spoil the whole crop. I have a few new supers with bare foundation I can use but I was wondering if I should just scrape all of the old comb out of the old frames and let the bees start over again. If I do scarpe them clean, how can I clean them up to get rid of any old honey on them or should I put the supers with the extracted frames on now while they are just one deep box and let the bees clean them up and store the old nasty honey in their deep box stores?