Boric Acid 99.9%
Boric Acid 99.9%
Boric Acid 99.9%
Boric Acid 99.9%
Boric Acid 99.9%
Boric Acid 99.9%

Boric Acid 99.9%

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BORIC ACID 99.9%
Molecular formula: H3BO3
 

BORIC ACID also called hydrogen borate, boracic acid, orthoboric acid and acidum boricum, is used as an antiseptic, insecticide, flame retardant, neutron absorber, or precursor to other chemical compounds. It exists in the form of colorless crystals or a white powder that dissolves in water. 

 

Boric acid, also called hydrogen borate, exists in the form of colourless crystals or a white powder that dissolves in water. This is slightly less toxic than the common table salt. This is a naturally occurring chemical compound and it is made up of boron, hydrogen and oxygen. 

They are also found combined with other minerals such as borax and boracite. When this occurs in the mineral state, it is known as sassolite. There are many boric acid household uses when used independently or when combined with other chemicals. As boric acid is less toxic, they can be handled at home easily but you need to be careful about it. 

Boric acid are used in many fields in various forms. They are widely used in the medical field as an antiseptic, otherwise it is most commonly used as insecticide, preservative, lubricant, in nuclear power plant, in many manufacturing industries and also in pyrotechnics. Of the many ways on how to use boric acid at home, its uses as antiseptic, insecticide and cleaning agents comes in the top list.

 

To Get Rid of Bugs

Boric acid along with sugar can be used to kill ants and other bugs. This mixture is made into small balls and placed in their paths. This is one among the useful boric acid household uses.

 

Eyewash

Boric acid along with warm water and little bit of Epsom's salt is also one of the boric acid household uses. This is used to cure styes and other eye infections.

 

For Roaches

One of the most common ways to determine how to use boric acid at home is to get rid of roaches; this can be mixed with bacon grease, as roaches are attracted to this.

 

Ear Drops

Boric acid, vinegar and distilled water can be used to destroy any fungus that is caused after swimming. This is another boric acid household uses.

 

Antiseptic

Any small wounds can be treated with small amounts of boric acid and distilled water. Most people use this as a home remedy, even though self-treatment is not recommended. They are also used with other ingredients in hospitals.

 

Yeast Infections

This is another most common way on how to use boric acid at home. Clear gel capsules filled with boric acid are placed in the vagina to cure yeast infections.

Fleas

Another boric acid household uses is to get rid of fleas from the carpet. By using boric acid on the carpets, the lice will get the borax and eventually die. 

 

Health Benefits

They are not only used around the household, they are said to have anti-arthritic properties and helps promote bone and joint health

 

Wood Preservatives

Boric acid inhibits the growth of the fungus; thereby preserving the furniture, by protecting them from bugs and termites that may invade them. This is one of the ways on how to use boric acid at home.

 

Ear Wash For Dogs

Along with other ingredients, boric acid can be used as an ear wash for dogs. This is available in pharmacies. This is one among the common boric acid household uses.

 

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