Easy to use plugs when drilling holes through concrete slabs during a termite treatment. Used to fill 3/8 inch drill bit holes.
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Woodborer bee dies trying to remove plug.
By Heiri on May 13, 2012
I plugged a hole that a woodborer bee had chewed out on a wooden beam. I few hours later the woodborer was back trying to chew up the plug it died doing this. Probably did not taste good. When installing these plugs I fill them with glue that expands while drying.
These work Great. Saved my Log Cabin
By Brian on June 3, 2012
Along with the DeltaDust and a plug, these work great. I purchased the under $100 kit and have kapt the wood bees away. Great kit. Thanks. Only thing thats worked so far for us. Thewoodalls
Carpenter Bee plugs
By Bob on April 4, 2013
these fit perfect and I think there a little better then cork plugs, they are easy to use and are worth it , just get a pail of 250 they won't go bad
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May 5, 2012Jerry from Cornelius, Nc asked:
QColor appears to be gray. Is brown available, or can plug be painted/stained?
AThe plugs are gray. You can paint the top of them though (the top is all you will see once placed in the holes).
May 13, 2012Heiner from Upstate S.c. asked:
QIs there a chemical pestiside mixed in with the material of these plugs?
AThere is not an insecticide mixed with the plugs. They are normal plastic plugs for plugging holes from performing a termite treatment, or for plugging carpenter bee holes. If you are plugging carpenter bee holes, then you should treat the holes before plugging them with a dust product. It is highly recommended to treat with the carpenter bee kit on our website which comes with plugs.