Hello. We're going to treat our structure and our floors. There are traces of ancient beetles (visibly more active) but there are some beetles. There are different species in the house, oak, chestnut, pine My question is: xylophene boron or salt? or something else? I lean toward the boron salt but I'd like your opinion or feedback. Thanks in advance.
Hello, Salt boron, presented by some as environmentally friendly product is very criticized by others. If you choose to use, ask your supplier (or search on the internet) the data sheet (MSDS) accordingly. This form, which has nothing to do with technical details, you will identify the risks associated with the use, precautions, harm, etc.. According to the original production of this product, different characteristics. A product that can be effectively considered ecological if it is produced in one country can be very harmful if it is in another. In any case headed, whatever product you choose, prefer a treatment center rather than a surface treatment
HELLO I confirm xylophene that the product is a product I know very well, having to use materials from a vendor, this dates back from 1975 to 1994, it is true that the product was more harmful than the current day, its effectiveness has not changed, but the product so that performance remains the same, nothing comparable to the product (salt, boron) that a product is dangerous to health, and would be carcinogenic, while those for you to see the two products are produced which are treated with a wood surface, but not treatment fond.Cordialement Jean-Paul
Thank you. I had actually not perceive these aspects (?!).
I therefore continued my research, I saw another produces the "xylene" it speaks to you? Otherwise xylophene Is it bad for health even after drying or only when you spray? From what I've read it must either varnish or paint the surface treated with the salt of boron ( because it generates volatile after drying crystals). bof, bof.