Product Description: Guardian Of Eden BORIC ACID & PROPYLENE GLYCOL - small quantities and bulk
The company name "Guardian of Eden" refers to the Biblical angel left to block admission back into the Garden. In their product line, G.O.E. pursues re-creating the nutritional environment when the earth was new and pure.
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TERMITE TREATMENT RATIOS:
A ratio of 50/50 (propylene glycol and water) is recommended. 1 pound of boric acid per 2 gallons of mixture should be sufficient, though many people opt to use 2 pounds for maximum effectiveness (or 1 pound per gallon of liquid).
ADDING BORIC ACID:
Boric acid resists dissolving in cold water. Ideally, the liquid will be 100 to 110 degrees (or warm to the touch). Do not bring to a boil. To heat the liquid, you can put the bottle into a large pot of warm (not boiling) water. Precise temperature is NOT critical. If the boric acid has clumped, simply break it by hand to powder. This is very quick and easy - but wear plastic gloves or wash your hand promptly after breaking up the mixture.
Then simply add the boric acid to the mix of 50% propylene glycol to 50% water.
While this anti termite mixture is substantially less dangerous and toxic that pesticides, you should avoid getting the mixture into your eyes or swallowing it. If a large volume is consumed, it is dangerous.
SAVE A PET'S LIFE:
Propylene glycol is most known as a biodegradable antifreeze that also is very pet friendly. Typical antifreeze sold in automotive parts stores is very toxic and lethal to animals. Every year, there are near countless pet deaths due to leaking radiators and hoses or antifreeze jugs left accessible to pets - as such lethal antifreeze also has a sweet and attractive taste to most pets. Typical antifreeze destroys the liver and there is little treatment possible unless the pet's stomach is immediately evacuated.
So if you have left over propylene glycol from termite treatment, use if as antifreeze for your vehicles. Propylene glycol also is commonly used to fill sewage lines and toilet taps in houses and buildings left vacant without heat in cold climates to prevent pipes and ceramics ruptured by freezing - without using highly toxic chemicals.
SAFE AND BIODEGRADABLE ANTIFREEZE:
As antifreeze, propylene eliminates the need for periodic changing or recharging of cooling systems. There is no need for supplemental coolant additives. It can be used for seven years or 250,000 miles in passenger cars, light-duty trucks, vans and recreational vehicles. It lasts seven years or 750,000 miles in over-the-road diesel trucks.
Due to the environment of boats over water, most laws prohibit toxic automotive antifreeze for boat engines. Boaters in cold climates also will pour a little propylene glycol into the drain lines of the boat's sink and toil to prevent freezing bursting of pipes and fixtures during winter storage.
Propylene glycol is used:
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has determined propylene glycol to be "generally recognized as safe" for use in food, cosmetics, and medicines.
- As a moisturizer in medicines, cosmetics, food, toothpaste, mouth wash, and tobacco products
- In electronic cigarettes to make the produced vapor better resemble cigarette smoke
- As a medical and sexual lubricant (A.K.A. "personal lubricant")
- As an emulsification agent in Angostura and orange bitters
- As a solvent for food colors and flavorings
- As a humectant food additive, labeled as E number E1520
- As a carrier in fragrance oils
- As a less-toxic antifreeze
- As a solvent used in mixing photographic chemicals, such as film developers
- In smoke machines to make artificial smoke for use in firefighters' training and theatrical productions
- In hand sanitizers, antibacterial lotions, and saline solutions
- In cryonics
- As a working fluid in hydraulic presses
- As a coolant in liquid cooling systems
- To regulate humidity in a cigar humidor
- As the killing and preserving agent in pitfall traps, usually used to capture ground beetles
- To treat livestock ketosis
- As the main ingredient in deodorant sticks.
- To deice aircraft.
THE ABOVE COMMENT OF SAFETY IS MADE ONLY AS A GENERAL COMMENT OF PROPYLENE GLYCOL. THE PRODUCT OFFERED IS TECHNICAL GRADE AND IS IN HIGHLY CONCENTRATED CONTENT.
What is propylene glycol? Propylene glycol is a clear, colorless, slightly syrupy liquid at room temperature. Propylene glycol is practically odorless and tasteless.
Propylene glycol is used to make biodegradable antifreeze and de-icing solutions for cars, airplanes, and boats; as an ingredient in termite control; to make polyester compounds; and as solvents in the paint and plastics industries.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has classified propylene glycol as an additive that is "generally recognized as safe" for use in food. It is also used to absorb extra water and maintain moisture in certain medicines, cosmetics, or food products. It is a solvent for food colors and flavors.
NOTE: The 0.1% that is not propylene glycol is water.
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NOTE: If kept sealed and not in direct sunlight, propylene glycol will never spoil or lose its strength.
(Due to increased increasing transportation costs and increasing Internet listing fees, this pricing may not last long.)
SMALL SIZES FOR HOBBYISTS AND PROFESSIONALS:
16 ounces (pint) G.O.E. Propylene Glycol
$11.32 +S&H $7.63
32 ounces (quart) G.O.E. Propylene Glycol
$15.21 +S&H $9.23
VOLUME SIZES FOR DISCOUNT:
1 Gallon G.O.E. Propylene Glycol - approx. 10 lbs shipping weight
$32.17 +S&H $15.78
2 Gallon G.O.E. Propylene Glycol - approx. 20 lbs shipping weight
$59.84 +S&H $19.72
3 Gallon G.O.E. Propylene Glycol - approx. 30 lbs shipping weight
$88.25 +S&H $23.85
4 Gallon G.O.E. Propylene Glycol - approx. 40 lbs shipping weight
$108.07 +S&H $26.18
10 Gallon G.O.E. Propylene Glycol - approx. 100 lbs shipping weight in 2 boxes
$268.94 +S&H $59.23
15 Gallon G.O.E. Propylene Glycol - approx. 150 lbs shipping weight in 3 boxes
$396 +S&H $87.07
20 Gallon G.O.E. Propylene Glycol - approx. 200 lbs shipping weight in 4 boxes
$488.03 +S&H $124.40
25 Gallon G.O.E. Propylene Glycol - approx. 250 lbs shipping weight in 5 boxes
$617.53 +S&H $137.12
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1 Pound G.O.E. Boric Acid
$6.53 +S&H $4.85
2 Pounds G.O.E. Boric Acid
$9.05 +S&H $6.13
6 Pounds G.O.E. Boric Acid
$16.44 +S&H $9.83
12 Pounds G.O.E. Boric Acid
$28.61 +S&H $16.33
25 Pounds G.O.E. Boric Acid
$52.38 +S&H $19.26
50 Pounds G.O.E. Boric Acid
$78.94 +S&H $28.51
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