Boric Acid 99.9%
BORIC ACID 99.9%
Available in 200g, 400g 1000g, 3000g.
Molecular formula: H3BO3
BORIC ACID also known as hydrogen borate, boracic acid, orthoboric acid and acidum boricum. Most commonly used as an antiseptic, insecticide, flame retardant, neutron absorber and precursor to other chemicals. It comes in the form of colorless crystals or a white powder that dissolves in water. It also occurs in combination with other minerals such as borax and boracite. In its mineral state, it is known as sassolit.
There are many home uses for boric acid when it is used alone or in combination with other chemicals. Since boric acid is less toxic, it is easy to handle at home, but you have to be careful about it.
- Get rid of worms
Boric acid, along with sugar, can be used to kill ants and other worms. This mixture is made into small balls and placed in their paths. It is one of the useful home uses of boric acid. It is also used to get rid of cockroaches as a mixture with bacon fat.
- Soap eyes
Boric acid along with warm water and a little Epsom salt is also one of the home uses of boric acid. It is used to treat barley and other eye infections.
- Ear drops
Boric acid, vinegar and distilled water can be used to destroy the fungi formed after swimming. This is another home use of boric acid.
Any small wounds can be treated with a little boric acid and distilled water. Most people use it as a home remedy, although self-medication is not recommended. They are also used with other ingredients in hospitals.
- Yeast infections
This is another most common way to use boric acid at home. Clear gel capsules filled with boric acid are placed in the vagina to treat yeast infections.
Another household use of boric acid is to get rid of fleas from the carpet. By using boric acid on carpets, the lice will get borax and eventually die.
- Health Benefits
They are not only used in the household, they are said to have anti-arthritic properties and help promote bone and joint health
- Wood preservatives
Boric acid inhibits the growth of the fungus; thus protecting the furniture, protecting it from worms and termites that can attack it. This is one way to use boric acid at home.
- Ear rinse for dogs
Along with other ingredients, boric acid can be used as an ear rinse for dogs. It is available at pharmacies. This is one of the common household uses of boric acid.