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Copper Brite #10 Termite Prufe 1 LB (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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Copper Brite #10 Termite Prufe 1 LB (Discontinued by Manufacturer) + Spectracide 53370 Termite Killing Foam, 16-Ounce Aerosol
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 4 x 6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001D4BZ56
  • Item model number: 10
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,054 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Product Description

Termite prufe powder covers 200 square feet. 1 Pound of powder mixes with water to make 1 gallon of odorless and clear solution. Termite prufe solution can be applied with paint brush or roller. Garden tank sprayer works best for attics, crawl spaces, decks, fences, logs and new construction. Applications can also be made by drilling approximately 1/4-inch holes and injecting solution into wood or wall voids.

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Customer Reviews

Rejoice my friends!
Giggles
The powder is easy to mix and dissolves readily.
A. Schuh
The termite swarm is gone!
Amazon Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Mandy on February 15, 2011
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Product works as good as it said. Spray wood with product per directions and if a termite eats any wood they bring back to nest and kill off the rest of the nest. Can not use product on brick or concrete, the product has to soak into wood then when dry the residue is what works on the termites. Spay on your plats (area where the wood wall sits on the concrete foundation) and floor joist from inside the building, no smell at all. You can also treat your attic raters, see in the spring the guys can fly and some varieties can live with little water. This product also works on carpenter ants.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 17, 2012
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I live in an older house in Houston so termites and wood rot are always a headache. I initially ordered two cans of Termite Prufe to knock down a termite swarm in the attic and spray around the base of the house. I have and wife and three indoor/outdoor cats, so I didn't want to make them, or myself, sick while treating the insects and wood rot.

The active ingredient, disodium octaborate tetrahydrate, is scary-sounding but is one of the more benign substances to treat insects, fungi and algae. It is non-carcinogenic and has low toxicity to people and pets, so I don't feel like I'm going to grow a second head or wake up dead! It has NO odor and no skin irritation, plus this is a permanent treatment!

Each can of Termite Prufe dissolves quickly in one gallon of warm water. You should stir it for a couple of minutes until it goes from a milky color to a clear, grayish liquid. You should wear a dust mask and long sleeved shirt just for general safety. I use a pump up sprayer and it works great with no clogging. I also drilled a few holes in one section of drywall and spritzed it in there, too, resealing the holes afterwards with caulk. The termite swarm is gone!

I ordered two more cans to finish spraying around in my attic and garage, then an additional two cans to spray my wood fence. Good, affordable stuff! These days I keep a couple of cans in my garage "just in case."
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52 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on March 14, 2009
Oh--this "Termite Pruf" is really good stuff! If your home has termites as most homes do, just buy this product, and spray it where the termites are. I swear by it! Try this first, before you give away your hard-earned money to those greedy, over-priced, damn, termite companies!

You can even drill tiny holes in your walls (but ONLY if you own your own home--so don't you dare do it if you are a renter!) and you can dig little, deep holes in the dirt outside the walls where the termites are---just like those "schiester" termite companies do! Then you can spray down in those little holes in the dirt too!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By David Joiner on July 23, 2012
This stuff works depending on the application. There are a lot of claims of how these boron products diffuse "deeply into the wood" but actually test results for topical applicaitons (non pressure treated applications) on hardwood such as Douglas Fir show that it doesn't penetrate any deeper than 1/32 of an inch into the wood at most. And that is on green wood with a high moisture content which is the ideal application situation. It penetrates deeper, maybe 1/8 of an inch in softwoods. If you don't already have a termite or fungus problem it does a good job but if you alreay have insects or fungus deep into the wood it isn't going to solve your problem. I have an old travel trailer with a plywood floor that has a bad infestation of dry wood termites and after much research and gnashing of teeth my only options are to replace the floor or have the trailer tented and fumigated. I am going to go the fumigation route. New wood without infestation is the time to use this product. If you are using it in an area where the wood is going to get wet you have to seal or otherwise finish the wood with a water resistant finish. PLEASE NOTE: Another reviewer said you can spray it down in holes in the soil to act as a barrier. No, you cannot. This is not soil barrier protection. It is only for direct application on wood.
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30 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Giggles on April 14, 2011
For more than a week now I was OVERRUN by winged termites. Was totally mortifying. After being ignored by my condo association and finally waking to the critters in my bed, I researched my dilemma, nearly died of sticker shock, and finally decided to give this stuff a go. Now...mind you...I had been cleaning up wings and termite carcasses every 12 hours for a over a week. I danced my lil buns off when I returned home from work, after using Termite Prufe, to a clean home. Rejoice my friends! This is your termite liberation!!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A. Schuh on February 24, 2013
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I have used this product for treatment of termite infested fence and patio cover posts for several years. It has never failed to stop the infestation permanently and stop "dry wood rot" as well. I have not tried other products as this has worked perfectly and is less costly. However, you have to drill small holes in the infested object to inject the product. (As you do others). For new construction I would definitely pretreat with this. Termite Prufe has recently disappeared from my nursery and other sources to be replaced by newer, trendy, and more expensive products such orange oil. Buying the product through Amazon was much more cost effective. 1/5th the cost of liquid. The powder is easy to mix and dissolves readily. Suggest a large mouth funnel to help with transferring things. My order through Amazon Prime arrived in 18hours.
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