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Get rid of cockroaches and ants ... FAST!

Boric acid is one of the most versatile household products with many uses. It's a pesticide, herbicide, fungicide and antibacterial agent all in one. It’s also 100% natural. To read more about it, head on over to our what is boric acid page.

With its variety of characteristics, it has a lot of uses. Some of the more popular ones are:

  • Getting rid of cockroaches, ants, fleas, termites, weevils & silverfish.
  • Mould is no longer a problem with our details guide to getting rid of it.
  • Boric acid is a natural anti-bacterial agent, which makes it a great household disinfectant.
  • With its herbicidal properties you can remove problematic weeds from around your home.
  • Stop dry rot dead in its tracks with boric acid’s anti-fungal capabilities.

If you’d like to read more about its uses, check out our uses of boric acid page.

Choose from our regular grind variety.

All of our boric acid is run through a grinder before packing. This removes all the large, hard pieces which are extremely difficult to work with.

These are our larger quantities of our regular grind variety which offer great value for money.

Need a smaller amount? How about these.

If you're only after a small amount of boric acid, these are perfect.

Not seeing the site you want?

No worries! Just drop us an email at sales@boricacid.net.au and we can organise it for you.

Boric acid is not available in the traditional places where you’d expect to buy it. It’s not available in Coles, Woolworths, Safeway, Bunning, Masters, Mire 10, ALDI, IGA or Foodworks.

So we’ve produced the best possible product for you and made it available to you. If you’d like to read more about why our boric acid is the best product for you, check out our why buy boric acid from us page.

If you have any questions about us or boric acid, be sure to check out the frequently asked questions page. We’ve got a bunch of great information there that you should fine helpful. Even if you don’t have any questions, check it out anyway. There may be an answer to a question you may not have even thought to ask.

You should also check out or boric acid blog. It contains a wealth of valuable information, guides and recipes that can help you along the way. There so many aspects to boric acid that we’re continually posting there. You’ll definitely find something of value.

And always, you can email us at sales@boricacid.net.au. We’re here to help you.

What our customers say

"I am very happy with both purchases, the product is fantastic! Thank you and we will purchase more in future."

Andrea, Rooty Hill, New South Wales

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"The pouch is awesome! What a great feature. The others just use supermarket snap lock bags, which are terrible."

Robert, Kew, Victoria

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"I am so pleased that I found your webpage. I received my boric acid, followed the directions and my ants are gone! I had ants by the thousands for months and I didn't want to have the house sprayed so this was a great alternative. It is so nice to come home and find the ants gone. Great product."

Sue, Castle Hill, New South Wales

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"My order was received in good time and has since been used to make an eye wash. Thank you!"

Mary, Hughesdale, Victoria

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"All arrived safely. The package is impressive and very safe!"

Kristi, Robina, Queensland

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"Thanks so much. The packing is excellent and the cockroach recipe worked a treat. Brilliant!"

Ben, Bulleen, Victoria

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"The package arrived safely and very quick. We are using it for insect control in our home and so far it seems to be working. Thanks for your help!"

Olga, Burwood East, Victoria

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"The product arrived in a timely manner and I love the packet and the product, thank you!"

Joseph, Bright, Victoria

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The Latest from the Boric Acid Blog

Clean your dogs ears with a boric acid solution

One of the great things about our job is when our customers share their experiences with using boric acid. Hearing that our customers have found our product to be very helpful makes everything worth while.

Just the other day I received an email from one of our customers thanking us for their boric acid. They've used it to clean the ears of their Maltese-Mini iPoodle cross. It can also be used for cocker spaniels or other dogs with fluffy, floppy ears. I never knew it could be used for such a purpose.

Posted on Thursday, June 19, 2014
Cockroach balls made with boric acid

This recipe is one of the best to get rid of cockroaches. Out of all the variants I've tried, this is the most effective. It’s simple to make and you only need everyday household items.

The fresh onion is what really makes this recipe. Cockroaches are attracted to onion so the balls will start working immediately. But as he onion starts to decompose it continues to attract cockroaches. The balls also help to slow the decomposing so they’re effective for quite a while.

Posted on Sunday, February 9, 2014
How to be safe with boric acid

We hear all the time from our customers about how much they love boric acid. From treating insect infestations to disinfecting floors and from treating fungal infections to deodorising their dishwasher, it’s such a helpful product.

But there is one common theme in the questions we receive and that is around safety. How do we handle boric acid safely?

Posted on Sunday, January 5, 2014
Mould removal with boric acid

Mould can be found pretty much everywhere and is an essential part of our environment. It’s one of nature’s cleansers because it breaks down dead organic matter. It's wonderfully effective when working in the outdoors, but when it gets indoors it can cause big problems.

Posted on Sunday, October 6, 2013
Boric Acid added to the fire in a jack-o-lantern

Boric acid is one of the most popular household products. Maybe you've heard about it from your grandmother who used it to remove stains from the laundry. Or from the lady across the street who used it to cure her child's pinkeye. Or from the guy at the hardware store who swears by it as THE BEST and MOST EFFECTIVE roach-killer. What does boric acid do?

Posted on Monday, August 5, 2013