NBS PAINT ADDITIVE 16 OZ – ORGANIC PEST REPELLENT

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NBS PAINT ADDITIVE 16 OZ
 
NBS PAINT STAIN ADDITIVE

NBS PAINT STAIN ADDITIVE

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: NBS 30 Paint and Stain Additive is designed for use in exterior coatings. It will deter and inhibit insects from burrowing through or crawling on exterior coatings and is appropriate for use in residential applications as well as dairy facilities, drive-in restaurants, golf courses, parks, playgrounds, poultry houses, recreational areas, schools, landscape areas, zoos, etc. NBS 30 Additive is effective in controlling crawling and nesting activity on painted or stained surfaces to which it has been added. NBS 30 Additive is soluble or dispersible in commercial oil and water based exterior paints and stains. It's also dispersible in plain water for a gentle, botanical approach to nuisance insect control. NBS 30 is NOT an insect killer and is not intended for control of termites or other wood ingesting insects. Treatments can last 1-2 years and should be reapplied whenever painting or staining.

TARGET PESTS: Ants, Asian Ladybugs, carpenter bees, carpenter ants, cockroaches, beetles, ladybugs, mites, spiders, fleas, ticks, silverfish, dirt daubers, bees and wasps

WHERE TO USE IT: Exterior paints and stains.

RATE OF APPLICATION:     3.2 oz per gallon of paint or stain; the pint is enough for 5 gallons of paint or stain, oil or water base. When used with paint or stain, repellency can last over 1 year. When mixed with water, use 3.2 oz per gallon and spray over 500 sq/ft of exterior surface area. Can be used safely on home siding, plants, etc. When used this way, treatments will only last 30-60 days.

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May 5, 2015

Bonnie Sult @ 9:11 am #

 

Bee proofing. We received the product quickly and believe it will do great but we haven't applied it yet.

March 28, 2016

Bonnie Sult @ 2:09 pm #

 

@Bonnie Sult:
We did use it on a cedar sided tiny home. It did GREAT! We stopped seeing the carpenter bees and wasps that were invading the house.

March 27, 2016

Hannah @ 5:01 pm #

Will this work well 0n polyurethane or just in stain and paint??

June 18, 2016

Stephanie @ 12:17 pm #

Is NBS harmful to birds?

June 21, 2016

robert boyer @ 6:32 pm #

@Hannah: does the dirt dauber have to come into contact with this product (NBS) or does it repel them by odor also?? I am having problems with daubers in my outboard motor…the dirt gets sucked into air flow and destroys engine…can I stain several smaller wood pieces with product and toss into engine cowling and let the odor deter the pests….not concerned with killing them..as the carcass might find is way into engine that way….also would product stain canvas motor cover if I sprayed it around edges? Cover fits tight and would block most entrances…afraid to just spray or paint product inside cowling as it could mess with plastic and aluminum parts and when it dried it might get pulled loose by the air flow and enter where it should not be….inside the cylinders…..also wonder about Viper…would it work the same way??….thank you for any assistance you can give in this matter… Bob Boyer

June 22, 2016
August 8, 2016

Harry @ 8:07 am #

We just built a cedar playset for my daughter and as soon as we finished putting it together, Carpenter Bees came from all over. I wanted to know if NBS PAINT ADDITIVE is ok for use on something that children will play on.

Thank you.

October 3, 2016

Gary @ 11:44 am #

I'm having the same problem with carpenter bees being attracted to pressure treated wood. The wood I bought already has a brown stain of some kind on it, so it doesn't really need to be stained. Will either or both of these products be effective if mixed with Thompson's Water Seal or a similar product? I plan to apply the sealer to all sides of the wood before construction.

August 21, 2017

Jason Davidovics @ 1:09 pm #

Is this plant and flower safe? I am having issues with swarms of bees on flowers budding right by my front door. I've tried citronella and peppermint essential oils with no impact. I don't want to move the flowers because they are beautiful and I'm trying not to kill the bees but I'm getting tired of my kids and I being held hostage in our house.

November 27, 2017

Lynn Hutcherson @ 7:45 pm #

I want to treat my deck and some window frames with NBS for carpenter bees, this coming Spring 2018. I will also be applying Thompson's Water Seal to these areas. Should I mix the NBS with water and apply first, then cover with the water seal product, or do I apply the NBS just by itself and then after drying apply the water seal? Nothing needs staining or painting.

November 28, 2017

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