Woodworm Bore Dust
Q. What is Woodworm Bore Dust?
Q. What does Woodworm Bore Dust look like?
Q. If the dust dribbling out the woodworm holes is bright, what does it indicate?
A. Look down the hole with a magnifying glass. If the wood dust and hole edges look bright in colour, it is most likely to be an 'active' infestation. An 'active' infestation is considered to mean that the insect emerged in the last 2 years and therefore Chemical Treatment is justified. If the wood dust and hole edges look grey and dirty, it is probably an old infestation and there is no need to carry out Chemical Treatment.
Q. I can see dust coming out of the holes. What does this mean?
Q. Where is woodworm dust most likely to be found?
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