dry wall with exterior aluminum siding driil holes in the walls and inject termidor sc plug them back with sealer
injecting termidor sc in wall for dry wood termites sealing holes wright away with joint sealer, i have to live in the house with a small dog is it harmfull to do so or how long should we stay out of my mobile home before it is safe, what kind of face mask to use to inject without hurting myself
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thank you Robert
Open Jan 31, 2016 - 04:56 AM
Feb 01, 2016 - 06:07 AM
Its difficult to inject Termidor SC into a wall unless you make it into a foam. The foam is easier to apply and will fill the wall cavity. Liquid will simply run to the bottom of the wall and leak out.
Do you know where the termites are? Can you find any kickout holes or damage? What are you seeing?