Spot Treatment for Woodborer with Residual Wood Preservative
- This is a spot treatment, which involves drilling and injecting or syringing residual wood preservative into infected wood or flight holes. The success of this treatment depends on finding the specific area of infection, which is very difficult, if not almost impossible.
- At best, palliative treatments are only about 50% effective but is better than nothing if you cannot fumigate.
- This kind of treatment is mostly used at all wooden joinery, including wooden skirting, built-in cupboards, roof timber and other awkward areas.