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Clark from San Francisco, California writes

I ran out of filler for one of the holes in a wood beam that I applied Termidor FOAM in. Is this a big deal if it is not sealed up or filled? I want to make sure I'll be safe and it's not toxic. Not kids or pets. It's on the ceiling.


Yes, all drilled holes in commonly occupied areas into which Termidor FOAM has been applied should be plugged. Per the product label in Application Instructions on page 3 the manufacturer states that all holes should be filled with appropriate putty or suitable material. 

Answer last updated on: 05/27/2021

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