I agree with Bees In Miami. I'm new, but I've done several cut outs already this season. Don't put much honey comb in the box. Usually, there will be a little honey at the top of some of the brood comb I cut out. A very little will be okay. Bees can clean it up quick. But the vast majority goes into a cooler. I use another bucket or two for comb that looks too old or is empty, usually toward the bottom of an older colony. If there is LOTS of uncapped honey, or pollen, that will go in here too. The bees will rob it once they get to the bee yard. After I crush and strain the honey comb, I put the wax out for the bees to clean too. I also leave the cooler out for them after I have drained honey out of it. There will be a coating inside, I leave to give them a boost as they rob it. Honey comb cut out and put in your hive will be trouble.