Termidor DRY is for spot treatments of active termite infestations and is not a substitute for a comprehensive termite protection program (see our Termite Control page).
NO CARRYING CASE INCLUDED.
Termidor DRY - Starter Kit is made up of these products:
|2 x Termidor DRY
Powerful, fast, and convenient way to spot treat for drywood and subterranean termites
|1 x Termidor DRY Applicator
Special applicator for use with Termidor DRY
Cost of separate parts: $291.64
You save $31.69!
|Active Ingredient:||Fipronil - 0.5%|
|Target pests:||Subterranean and drywood termites|
|For use in:||Apply into voids and galleries, shelter tubes, termite nests or other inaccessible areas of buildings, trees, utility poles, fencing, decking materials, railroad trestles, piers, beams and other structural or landscape timbers where termite damage is observed or termite activity is present or suspected. If necessary, gain access to gallery or void by creating an opening into it. Openings should be approximately every 24" or into each void. Multiple injection points for each void, carton or gallery may be required. Do not apply more than 5 g [product] (25.0 mg Fipronil a.i.) per 1,000 sq. ft. of total internal surface area of the void, carton, or gallery.|
|Application:||This Ready-to-Use product is contained in a nonrefillable package and is for use with a specially designed applicator. Approximately 3 bulb compressions of the applicator delivers 0.1 g of product.|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed.|
|Yield:||One vial will normally treat up to three average size homes depending on the level of infestation.|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||NY|
|Parts Included:||The Termidor DRY Starter Kit includes (1) applicator and (2) 5-gram vials of Termidor DRY.|
Drywood Termites: Apply 0.1 - 1 g/injection point.
Subterranean Termites: For termite galleries and shelter tubes apply 0.1 - 1 g/injection point. For applications into carton and nests apply 0.3 - 3 g/injection point. For applications into voids apply 0.2 - 2 g/injection point.
Reapplication Interval: This product may be applied to previously treated sites if termite activity is found 30 days after previous application.
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6 of 6 people found this review helpful:
A Simple Solution
By Sunny in Sunnyvale, California on September 11, 2013
Termidor Dry is easy to use. Drill holes in the galleries and puff the powder into the holes. It's that simple. Frass quantity reduces dramatically within 2 weeks. It is odorless and there is no mess. No seeping or staining. The starter kit comes with enough product to treat several infestations so you can treat other areas in your neighborhood. I love this product.
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March 21, 2015Toru from Berkeley, California asked:
QCan any homeowner use Termidor DRY - Starter Kit?
AA homeowner can use Termidor DRY - Starter Kit as long as it is not restricted to the homeowners state.
August 17, 2013Clifford from Pulaski, Tennessee asked:
QTermidor starter kit. Drilling holes in mud tunnels. Which tip to use? Do I plug the hole after injection?
AYou will want to use the smaller plastic tip to inject in small areas. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
August 5, 2013Clifford from Pulaski, Tennessee asked:
QDoes the Termidor DRY - Starter Kit include the BASF application DVD? If not, how can I get the DVD?
AThe Termidor Dry - Starter Kit does not include a DVD but BASF does have a video right on their website showing the application of this product. You can view it here.
June 29, 2014Bob from California asked:
QHow long will a Termidor Dry application remain effective in a wall void?
Essentially, Im looking at the life of the APPLIED product in a wall void (at what point will it loose its effectiveness.) Thanks
APer product label: Termidor DRY may bve reapplied 30 days after application, if Termites are still present.
September 15, 2014Bill from Fl Hollwood asked:
QCan you see the Termidor Dry come out of the tip?
I purchased this from you and when I squeeze the ball, I see nothing coming out the end. Is this correct?
AIt is very hard to see Termidor Dry coming out of the tip. You will drill the holes, place the tip inside of it, squeeze the ball and go to the next hole. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
May 15, 2015Janet from Ca asked:
QWhat type of gloves need to be used with Termidor?
AYou need to use chemical resistant gloves like Nitrile gloves when using Termidor.
April 21, 2014Jimmy from Broken Arrow asked:
QHow long will Termidor DRY continue to work?
ATermidor DRY may be reapplied if termites are still active 30 days after treatment to that area.