I never really had to deal with SHBs before, but just took off some honey supers and found a couple of hives with 30 or so SHB. From my limited knowledge, if I understand them correctly, as the SHB run across the comb, they lay eggs as they go. I have extracted the supers, and they are sitting wet in the honey house waiting for the weekend to be put back on to be dried out. Now I know SHB can take over in a matter of days. Are my wet supers in danger of becoming slimed? If so, what can I do to prevent issues. BTW, freezing is not an option as there are too many.