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Jerry writes,
09/17/2010:

How do I treat wood with Bora-Care that is underneath drywall where I see breakout points?

I've been told I have drywood termites, but there is not much exposed wood (it's mostly covered by drywall). How can I treat this?

Answer:

The only way to get Bora-Care into the wood is to either tear off the sheet rock or drill holes through the drywall into the wood directly. When drilling holes into a stud, you have to drill them every 6 inches apart and drill the hole into the center of the wood at a downward angle so when you fill the hole with Bora-Care it does not run out.  The wood will soak up the Bora-Care once you inject it.  The key to treating drywood termites is that you have to get the product into the void exactly where the termites are.

Answer last updated on: 09/17/2010

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