||[Jan. 25th, 2016|07:21 am]
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HAi you all, |
So, I just found out, termite infestation in my wooden shelves. The center of it was in twinnings un-openend tea leaves (refil one). Unfortunately, that is where we put plastic containers, un-used cutlery, small kitchen appliances (mixer/blender), dry food (sealed), teas, etc.
1. I plunged all of the content there with carbol+bleach (wipol or byclean), then washed with regular dish-soap. Throws all opened food and tissues away.
2. Coz it's early dawn, I panicked, sprayed w baygon, then only managed to spray (and flooded) the infestation with carbol.
My question: Regarding 1, Is it correct to just wash them like that? Is there anything else I need to do?
Regarding 2, Where I live, expert for cleaning termite infestation is expensive and we usually never use, (unless it's a company/big spender). We would use kerosene to terminate it and clean or throw the stuff away.
I'm waiting for it to be dried, then I can clean all those dead termite and nest and so forth.
Is it enough to flood them with carbol. Any advice?
ps. I dont know if carbol an English word or not, there's nothing but pine oil 2.5% in wipol bottle description part.