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Sika Sikagard Woodworm Killer Clear 5Ltr

Product Code: 56214

5Ltr. Eradicates woodworm and protects against reinfestation. Use on furniture and internal woodwork such as doors, window frames, roof timbers, floorboards, joists and rafters. Paint, stain or varnish when dry. VOC-free and non-flammable. Covers approx. 4m²/Ltr.

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Always read the label. Handle pesticides safely. Contains Permethrin. HSE 8858.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy DIY Woodworm Treatment Simple easy to use product. Easy & quick to apply. Great value all in one wood treatment. 22 Sep 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Sprays Well I have given 4 stars as time will tell if it works well. Very easy to apply and very low odour. Used the 5 litres on the garage roof and internal woodwork, fingers crossed. 5 Aug 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best i ever used great apply by spray or brush & almost odor free, absorbs well & kills anything in its path. Used on my garage & workshop roof timbers as signs of woodworm. done the job with ease & as a bonus the place is spider & cobweb free too, never looked so tidy :-) is quite simply a perfect product ... 3 Aug 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by very good very good value easy to use and hardly any smell sprays on well and drys quick 9 Jul 2015
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Please refer to the 'Material Safety Data Sheet' for this product which can be downloaded on this website and it details all the PPE requirements.
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Permethrin is an ingredient in Sikagard Woodworm Killer.
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The data sheet does NOT state what the insecticide is, so the "answer" provided by Sika does not answer the question which was asked by Cityroverselect.

Furthermore, the data sheet gives an "emergency telephone number" - which is only available during office hours! Useless for most DIY people - they use the stuff in evenings and weekends!
1 Nov 2015
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Please see the Safety Data Sheet for this product which can be downloaded from Screwfix.com. It details the harmful ingredients, the associated dangers and how to avoid them.
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I have read the reviews which all sound good, but how does anyone know whether the stuff has actually worked? As far as I can ascertain the grub inside th wood could lie there dormant for years. Any pointers would be appreciated, thanks.
17 Sep 2015
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The active ingredient in this product is well proven at killing woodworm but it is possible that the insect could live in the timbers (Particularly large cross section timbers) for a number of years before coming into contact with the active ingredient.
Previously infested timbers will have exit holes and treatment fluid will obviously go down these giving deeper penetration.
However, eventually the insect will emerge and pass through the “treated zone”, whereby it will come in contact with the active ingredient and is killed. Should any survive this and lay eggs, the larvae will be killed as they will be in contact with treated timber.
Once the life cycle is broken, then there will be no future infestation and it is generally considered that this will happen before the insect does too much damage.
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Brand Sika
Coating Finishing Volume 5 Ltr
Colour Clear
Manufacturing Standards HSE 8858
Pack Size 1
Parent Colour Clear
Product Type Sikagard Woodworm Killer
Total Product Weight 5 kg