Non-Toxic Pest Prevention

How are pests, mold, and mildew usually controlled? For years, the answer has been to use toxic chemicals. Depending on the extent of the infestation, more and more chemicals may be used to get rid of the problem.

 

Termites and wood pests are usually exterminated by using a chemical called fipronil, which is a Class II moderately hazardous chemical that is applied to the affected area. It’s a chemical that interacts with the nervous system of the termite or pest. But this chemical doesn’t just affect unwanted pests; it can also affect other animals and it remains in the soil from up to four months to one year. This is a chemical that is good for its intended purpose, but not so good for surrounding creatures, and thus, can potentially create lots of secondary damage. Because of the potential for secondary damage, fipronil use often requires that the owners of the infested home or building vacate the premises until the chemical has dispersed and no longer poses a risk.

 

 

How are pests, mold, and mildew usually controlled? For years, the answer has been to use toxic chemicals. Depending on the extent of the infestation, more and more chemicals may be used to get rid of the problem.

 

 

 

Termites and wood pests are usually exterminated by using a chemical called fipronil, which is a Class II moderately hazardous chemical that is applied to the affected area. It’s a chemical that interacts with the nervous system of the termite or pest. But this chemical doesn’t just affect unwanted pests; it can also affect other animals and it remains in the soil from up to four months to one year. This is a chemical that is good for its intended purpose, but not so good for surrounding creatures, and thus, can potentially create lots of secondary damage. Because of the potential for secondary damage, fipronil use often requires that the owners of the infested home or building vacate the premises until the chemical has dispersed and no longer poses a risk.

 

 

 

A nontoxic coating is a much better solution for your wood pest problem. By using a nontoxic coating as a preventative measure, your building’s residents won’t have to worry about the use of fipronil or other toxins. ShieldAll 2020-Pest Guard achieves strong results when protecting wood surfaces from wood-boring pests like termites, and it does so without toxins. Rather than using a neurotoxin to exterminate the pest, ShieldAll 2020-Pest Guard uses natural and non-hazardous manmade components to create a barrier that wood-boring pests can’t break through.

 

 

 

If there’s no use for the termite to hang around your wood, then they simply won’t stay – simple as that. Even during testing for ShieldAll 2020-Pest Guard, when the termites were made to remain on the wooden surface, they didn’t ingest the wood sample. What termites died during the test weren’t poisoned: they starved because ShieldAll 2020-Pest Guard removed their food source. That’s real protection from—not just reaction to—a pest problem. 

 

 

 

Finally, because nontoxic coatings like ShieldAll 2020-Pest Guard do not rely on volatile toxins to outright kills pests, they can provide more durable, long-lasting protection. With its superior adhesive and bonding capabilities, and with proper application, ShieldAll 2020-Pest Guard is guaranteed to protect covered surfaces from wood-boring pests for up to 10 years. That’s a decade of nontoxic pest control. You can have your cake and eat it, too, when you choose ShieldAll nontoxic coatings to protect your building.

 

 

 

Avoid toxins like fipronil. Instead, choose a nontoxic solution to prevent problems from mold, mildew, and pests in the first place. Choose ShieldAll, the best solution for a strong foundation! 

 

 

 

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