Concentrated Boron-Based Wood Preservative.
Uses: Bora-Care® prevents and controls termites, insects, and wood decay fungi such as brown and white rot. Use on bare wood that is regularly in contact with water, such as crawl spaces, decks, sills, columns, joists, beams, logs, siding, and fences. Bora-Care is extremely versatile and can be used indoors or outdoors on wet or dry wood or wood-based surfaces. It is compatible with LiquidWood® and WoodEpox® and is most effective prior to making epoxy repairs.
Features & Benefits: Bora-Care is a long-lasting preservative and can be reapplied to bare wood as needed. Contains patented glycol penetrants which kill and prevent a wide range of insects and pests. Low toxicity to humans and pets. Dilute with water.
Technical Characteristics: Coverage: Dependent upon dilution ratio and surface type. Size: 1 Gallon. Active ingredient: borate mineral salt.
This product is unavailable for shipment into Canada.
- I have a scribed log garage, one 25' log has a 12' section mid length that suffered 'sun scald" on the top quadrant and sounds hollow and I suspect dry rot. I was intending to drill holes and injecting Liquid Wood, can I inject BoraCare into the same holes or will the salts prevent absorption of the epoxy?
- I will be building a pole barn in Virginia and plan to set pressure treated poles in the ground with compacted soil. Will Bora-Care applied to pressure treated wood increase the resistance to rot and termites? Is it compatible with pressure treated wood?
- Q I will be building a pole barn in Virginia and plan to set pressure treated poles in the ground w...... Read more answer nowAsked by March 6, 2022 3:00 pmonAnswered by the admin
Once Bora-Care is applied to the wood, it remains in the wood for the life of
the structure, delivering long-term residual protection. It will protect interior wood as well as exterior wood that remains painted or sealed. I applied Bora-care to a very large wood sculpture that is in a public space (library). I would like to apply either linseed oil or tung oil with synthetic resins as a finish coat. Any concerns? What is the recommended drying time for Bora-care before the finish oil coats?
- Q I applied Bora-care to a very large wood sculpture that is in a public space (library). I would l...... Read more answer nowAsked by January 26, 2022 11:17 amonAnswered by the admin
The wood should be completely dried back out after application of the Bora-Care before applying any other product. I don't believe there would be any problems with the finish coats you are considering. Will this effective adhesive property's of epoxy when pouring a river table after treatment
- Q Will this effective adhesive property's of epoxy when pouring a river table after treatment answer nowAsked by October 9, 2021 1:50 pmonAnswered by the admin
I don't think so, as long as you allow the product to completely dry before apply your epoxy product. You may want to check with the manufacturer of the epoxy you are using and/or the manufacturer of Bora-Care. Can Bora-Care be used effectively to prevent rot, or reduce the acceleration of rot, on new lumber for installation below grade? Can Bora-Care be used in conjunction with treated lumber, for below grade installation?