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Environmental Hygienists Recommend Tim-Bor To Protect Wood Against Mold and Wood Destroying Insects
Environmental Hygienists announce that Tim-Bor is an effective wood preservative for the protection and prevention treatment of wood against decay fungi and wood-destroying insects in the USA and Asia.
In addition, Tim-Bor is also effective for the prevention and control of wood destroying insects such as subterranean termites, drywood termites, dampwood termites, powderpost beetles, deathwatch and furniture beetles, old house borers, longhorn beetles, carpenter ants, bark and timber beetles.
Where to buy Tim-Bor in the USA and Asia and how to use and apply Tim-Bor are explained at www.timborprofessional.com.
Tim-Bor can be applied as a solution, foam or dust for wood treatment against wood destroying organisms and as a solution or dust for general insect control. Tim-Bor, applied as a solution or foam to wood, will penetrate into the wood to various depths dependent on the moisture in the wood and the wood species.
The active ingredient in Tim-Bor does not break down, therefore as normal moisture changes occur in the wood, Tim-Bor is always available to be drawn deeper into the wood over time, providing long lasting protection.
The mode of action for Tim-Bor is that of a slow acting stomach poison to insects and a contact poison to decay fungi. As wood destroying insects or their larvae feed on, tunnel in and/or digest wood, they accumulate the active ingredient into their systems. General insects such as cockroaches, ants, crickets, etc. will ingest Tim-Bor through their normal preening habits after contacting deposits. The accumulation of the product’s boron material into their systems acts to poison the insect.
Tim-Bor is also active against other general pests like cockroaches, ants, silverfish, earwigs, and crickets. Tim-Bor powder can be applied directly to insect harborage areas or in solution as a crack and crevice application. When the insect crawls over treated areas, the tiny particles of powder adhere to the insect's body. Tim-Bor is ingested as the insect attempts to clean the powder from its legs and antennae.
For detailed information on how to do mold removal and mold remediation using Tim-Bor, visit http://www.moldinspector.com/
Additional information on using Tim-Bor is available by emailing mold expert Phillip Fry email@example.com or by phoning Mr. Fry 1-480-310-7970 or 1-480-217-7173.