When I cut the tops off of the comb to extract the honey, the caps ended up in a bucket, along with some of the honey. There are several methods of dealing with beeswax, and some are pretty elaborate. However, since I didn't have that much, I decided to use a crockpot and melt it down. Supposedly, with low heat, the wax will melt and the honey will separate. Water and wax/honey is put into the crockpot, then heated. When the wax has melted, the crockpot is turned off and everything cools. The wax will float, and the water honey and impurities will be in the bottom. I have it heating up now, so we shall see.