JECTA GEL 10 OZ

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JECTA GEL 10 OZ
 

JECTA GEL 10 OZ

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: This gel is designed to be applied into wood. Once applied, it's formulation will enable it to penetrate throughout the treated area. This enables superior coverage when pests are in solid wood and traditional liquid treatments won't reach where the pests are doing the damage. It has no odor and will last several years.

TARGET PESTS: Termites, Powder Post Beetles, Old House Borers, Carpenter Ants, Mold, Mildew, Fungus and other wood infesting pests and algae.

WHERE TO USE IT: Jecta Gel has a wide range of application sites. This includes cabinets, dressers, fine furniture, framing, molding, tables, chairs, works of art, structural members like sill plate, floor joists, rafters, window frames, door frames, posts used for decks and mail boxes, pilings on which houses are built, trellis, staircases, and just about any wood where protection or control is needed for wood infesting pests or fungus.

INJECT GEL USING A STANDARD CAULKING GUN

 

 

Jecta Gel Injection Rate Table

RATE OF APPLICATION: This varies depending on the thickness of the wood and whether or not you are applying it for control or for prevention. Refer to the table above for general guidelines and email us for more specific directions. Be sure to include the size of the wood you intend on treating as well as how many board feet.

TOOLS NEEDED:  Jecta Gel is packaged in "caulking tubes" which fit any standard caulking gun. So for most jobs, you'll need a drill to drill holes a long with a 1/4", 3/8" or 1/2" drill bit. You'll also need a caulking gun to inject the gel.

PRODUCT DOCUMENTS:       SPECIMEN LABEL       MSDS SHEET

 

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November 2, 2014

Nomi weingrod @ 12:49 pm #

I have a door frame made of cherry wood and the borer has made a 1/2 cm hole in the bottom part of the farthest part of the three door frame(French doors). Must I take apart all of the frame and put the wood through a gassing process of up to six days as the exterminator recommended? Or would the Jecto gel do a sufficient job and I can be relived of taking apart the whole door, windows, etc., etc?? I live in Israel and wood borers are not as common as in the United states I believe?!

September 24, 2015

Melody @ 2:09 pm #

Hi. I live in North Carolina and recently had a barn wood wall installed in my living room. Supposedly, it was fired in a kiln to kill pests but that didn't work. We just have a few places in the wall where I occasionally see wood "dust" from the insects. An exterminator said we have to remove the wall, treat the wood then reinstall. I need to try something else first. I'd like to try the Jecta Gel in the obvious holes and in the seams of the wood. What do you think? And, will it change the color of the wood in any way. It's unfinished.

September 25, 2015
September 26, 2015

Misty @ 11:28 am #

I have a piece of very large and expensive furniture that has an active infestation of powder post beetles. It is varnished and painted so according to my online research, Boracare will not work. My pest control company does not treat this, so I am taking on this project myself. I am willing to drill holes in the back of the furniture (as it is against a wall) and inject the Jecta Gel…is this what I should do? Any direction in this matter would be much appreciated, thanks!

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