Apply into voids and galleries, shelter tubes, termite nests or other inaccessible areas of buildings, trees, utility poles, fencing, decking materials, railroad trestles, piers, beams and other structural or landscape timbers where termite damage is observed or termite activity is present or suspected. If necessary, gain access to gallery or void by creating an opening into it. Openings should be approximately every 24" or into each void. Multiple injection points for each void, carton or gallery may be required. Do not apply more than 5 g [product] (25.0 mg Fipronil a.i.) per 1,000 sq. ft. of total internal surface area of the void, carton, or gallery.
This Ready-to-Use product is contained in a nonrefillable package and is for use with a specially designed applicator. Approximately 3 bulb compressions of the applicator delivers 0.1 g of product.
Yes, if used as directed on Label
One vial will normally treat up to three average size homes depending on the level of infestation
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The Termidor DRY Starter Kit includes (1) applicator and (2) 5-gram vials of Termidor DRY.
Termidor Dry is easy to use. Drill holes in the galleries and puff the powder into the holes. It's that simple. Frass quantity reduces dramatically within 2 weeks. It is odorless and there is no mess. No seeping or staining. The starter kit comes with enough product to treat several infestations so you can treat other areas in your neighborhood. I love this product.
Better treatment than many so-called professionals
By Woody on 06/28/2016
I wound up at DMOPC because our historical loft building has had severe swarming termites this year. We used national extermination services as well as recommended locals. Both came out, used a can of Termidor foam and were gone in 20 minutes. One charged us $500 for less than one can of Termidor and a quarter hour inside at window sills. I bought this kit and a couple extra vials of the dry. On my first try in the worst unit, the owners reported "a killing field" the next day. I have since done two others and the termites have not been seen at the trouble spots again. We will continue to use our national service contract for liability reasons but I am here today to buy more vials of Termidor DRY. It is extremely easy and clean to apply, no odor or residue left behind...and it sure seems to work. If you can find a good exterminator, by all means use them. If you get someone who seems to take only a superficial approach, I highly recommend this kit. You will absolutely not do worse and you will very likely help to control them in addition to other whole house treatment you may do.
It's expensive but it works as advertised. I did a spot termite indoor infestation and the next day there were lots of dead termites that exited the holes they bored. I checked the area for two weeks and it appears termite-free. Apply it just as the BASF video demonstrates.
How big of a hole do you need to drill when using Termidor Dry, and how many holes per window opening?
When applying Termidor Dry, the openings should be approximately every 24" or into each void. The tip of the Termidor Dry is only about 1/8 of an inch in size and the hole the product comes out of on the tip is even smaller. However, no matter how small the tip is you must drill into the holes to ensure the product penetrates into the galleries for full treatment reach. Large holes are not necessary but using a small drill bit for a pilot hole would be needed.