Boron-based Wood Preservative.
This boron-based, concentrated wood preservative controls termites, insects, and wood decay fungi such as brown and white rot. Use on wooden structures that come into contact with water such as crawl spaces, decks, sills, columns, joists, beams, logs, siding, and fences. This versatile product can be used on wet or dry surfaces, indoors or outdoors, and on wood or wood-based products before or after treatment with LiquidWood or WoodEpox. It’s the preservative of choice for its long lasting effects and low toxicity to humans and pets. Apply to bare wood. Dilute with water as needed.
Coverage: Dependent upon dilution ratio and surface type.
Packaging: 1 gallon
This product is unavailable for shipment into Canada.
Customer Questions & Answers
- I have a tree stump that I'm looking to turn into a support for a clear table top. It is oak and about 32" in diameter. Would your products help to prevent the stump from rotting and/or splitting?
- Q I have a tree stump that I'm looking to turn into a support for a clear table top. It is oak and ...... Read more answer nowAsked by September 15, 2019 8:06 amonAnswered by the admin
You can use our LiquidWood on any dry rotted wood to consolidate it and make it hard again. It is not a protectorant or sealant type product. Restoring 80-year old windows with doublehung counterweighted wood sashes. Most rails, stiles, & muntins in good shape; all of interior casings good, some dark, soft wood on lower exterior casings. Stripping all paint from wood, wish to apply natural finish to interior, paint exterior. reglaze all panes. What products do you suggest?
- Q Restoring 80-year old windows with doublehung counterweighted wood sashes. Most rails, stiles, &a...... Read more answer nowAsked by October 29, 2018 7:23 amonAnswered by the admin
You can use our LiquidWood and WoodEpox to restore the windows and either the Sarco Dual Glaze (exterior use) or the Sarco Type M Glazing Compound (interior use) to reglaze the windows. will these products be sufficient for structural timber?
- Q will these products be sufficient for structural timber? answer nowAsked by October 22, 2018 1:20 amonAnswered by the admin
Yes When applying Bora-Care after LiquidWood and WoodEpox application, is penetration of Bora-Care inhibited, and then are any different application techniques called?
- Q When applying Bora-Care after LiquidWood and WoodEpox application, is penetration of Bora-Care in...... Read more answer nowAsked by May 24, 2018 5:34 pmonAnswered by the admin
Bora-Care should be applied prior to application of the LiquidWood and WoodEpox. Be sure to allow the Bora-Care to dry completely prior to applying LiquidWood and WoodEpox. I am a finish tradesman, hired to reproduce, restore and refinish a veranda on a state registry home. The railings and scalloped spindles will be painted after striping and sanding. Some of these items will be repaired using your Wood Epoxy kit. Will this product allow for good primer and paint adhesion?