Posted by John Fasoldt on 8:01:39 10/8/2014 from 126.96.36.199:
In reply to: How do I get Termidor into the holes drilled in concrete posted by Scott S on 3:18:17 10/8/2014 from 188.8.131.52:
You sure you want to do this yourself? If so, you'll need a pump of some kind, you could probably use one of those small electric (12v) pumps, they cost about $75-$100, then you'll need the hose to get it in, a garden hose is probably too big, a 3/8 hose would be better, and you'll need the fittings to attach to the hose & pump.
As far as the tool you'll need to get it into the ground, it will depend on how much subsidence there is under the slab. If there's a lot, it might just flow easily in. If there's no subsidence, you'll need that pump and some kind of nozzle that will fit TIGHT around the hole so it actually goes in. Maybe a gallon or so per hole, although this depends on a multitude of factors...
Are you sure you want to do this yourself? Your IP says you're in Dallas, I know several exterminators down there, do you want a name?
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