furniture beetle

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Hi, we recently purchased a flower vase from india and got it to our home . I had not realized it but after two days i noticed a lot of powder falling off from the vase. I sensed something was wrong and when I turned it upside down, some brown tiny beetle like insects fell […]

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We have one spot in the piece of wood holding up a shelf in our year old china cabinet.  The furniture store wants to come and get it right away, but the piece has been discontinued and we haven’t found anything else we like.  How fast to the beetles spread?  Will they stay in this […]

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Hello, My name is Danny and I work for a large general contractor in the L.A. area and have a client with Powder Post Beatles in on cabinet of a 17,000 SQ FT house. She doesn’t want to tent the house and I am wondering if you have a product that we could use instead […]

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Hi, I have visited your website and wonder if the Jecta gel for wood would work in my particular situation: I have an active but small (?) powderpost beetle infestation in the wood portion of a (finished) console table (two 7 ft pieces of wood go across a 3-4 foot high metal base). The 2-3 […]

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I have  a pecan table I just recently purchased that shows signs of active powder post beetle. The builder of the table is cooperative. He tried boric acid, but that didn’t do the trick. I’m in TX and we’re experiencing a number of days of below freezing temps. I put the table outside a couple […]

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I have a large wooden beverage bar (@7ft tall, 3’3″ wide and 2 foot wide with shelves and an open front with iron-laced doors) that has evidence of the noted beetles (I have powder residue appearing at the glue seams of the piece in a few locations).  One pest control company suggested over the phone […]

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I make furniture out of burls sliced and branch legs. The ironwood I used for legs has beetles. Can one use one of your products mixed with water and let the ends of the legs set in it and soak up the length of the leg? Which product? I also have maple boards, spalted and […]

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We bought custom made cabinets and these beetles came out if after owning them for over a year.  My home is full of wood furniture, floors and of course exposed beams.  We had the bugs identified through an insect diagnositic lab.  So I contacted an exterminator and they did not want to do the job.  […]

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We have discovered powder post beetles in a corner Mahogany veneer cabinet. A gift from a friend of a carved eagle head was the apparent culprit. We have moved the cabinet outside to our patio porch. The shelves are unfinished on the bottom but fixed and the back is unfinished. We think the Timbor would […]

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A client just returned something I framed 3 years ago because she found “sawdust” on the matting.   I opened the backing and found ppbeetles alive and well.   How do I treat the frame?   Will more beetles emerge?   The framed piece is an antique fabric embroidered piece.   Will the beetles harm the fabric?   Will they spread […]

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I keep finding these large black bugs with long tenticles in my bedroom. My brother made me a homemade log bed about 2 months ago and ever since I set it up these bugs have been present. What do I do how do i get rid of them? Here are some recent photo’s I took. […]

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