|No. of coats||2-3|
|Coverage||Up to 3.5m² per litre|
|Drying time||48 hrs|
|MPN||Please Select Size/Option|
|GTIN||Please Select Size/Option|
Curpinol Woodworm Killer is a clear, water-based woodworm killer for interior wood, formulated for the eradication and prevention of woodworm.
Ensure that wood to be treated is clean, dry (25% moisture content maximum) and free from bark and dirt.
Always do a test area before starting any project to test suitability on the timber to be treated. Follow the manufacturers instructions on the container at all times.
Application may be by brush, dip or coarse spray. Please Note: Rough sawn timber will absorb up to twice as much as planed wood.
For spray treatment, one flooded spray coat is equivalent to one brush coat and should be applied using a low pressure, coarse (non-atomising) compression spray.
With brush or spray treatment, it is important that good flowing coats are given. Excessive 'brushing out' to give a very low, thin rate of application will give poor results.
Please Note: Clean all brushes and spray equipment with warm water and rinse thoroughly after use.
Submerge the end(s) of the timber in to the Woodworm treatment for 15 seconds for insulating board; 3 minutes for timbers of small cross-section, plywood, hardboard, roof timbers, upper floor joists and internal studding; 10 minutes for framing timbers in external walls, timber in flat roofs and ground floor joists.
Eradication of insect attack including House Longhorn Beetle: Brush 2-3 uniform coats. Use a minimum of 1 litre per 3.5 to 5 square metres of timber.
For replacement timbers liable to House Longhorn and wood worm attack: Dip for at least 3 minutes or brush 2-3 uniform flood coats. Use a minimum of 1 litre per 3.5 to 5 square metres of timber. Ensure timber is fully dry (allow 3 days) before laying plastic floor tiles, foam or rubber backed carpet, underlay, insulation in lofts, etc. After full drying, most glues, fillers and knotting solutions can be used as normal.
During application avoid spilling, splashing or over-spraying on surrounding surfaces since stains can be difficult to remove. Clean off splashes etc with white spirit while still wet, followed by soap and water. If stains on plaster occur following the use of recommended products they should be allowed to dry and can then normally be over-painted with emulsion paint. Brushes can be cleaned after use in warm, soapy water.