Feb 03, 2014 - 06:49 AM
The chemical makeup of Bora Care is considered to be a low toxicity. The way that is is applied - directly to wood, makes it unlikely, that is will be a hazard to people or pets.
For these reasons, Bora Care is also considered to be a "green" treatment and relatively safe.
As long as the wood is dry before you allow people or pets back into the area, there is relatively no hazard.
What I am concerned about, is the way that you may apply it. Bora Care is a wood treatment, and can only be applied to bare wood. Not wood that is painted, stained, or varnished. In an existing home, unless you are treating wood that you are about to install, the only real application would be inside the walls, such as in a foam application.
Spraying Bora Care onto baseboards, walls, trim, etc that are painted will not work. It won't be a hazard once dry, but it also won't perform the way that it is designed to.
Hope this helps.