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?
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?
If you're looking to buy some boric acid, there's an easy way and a hard way. It is a very difficult product to find. You can visit all the typical stores that you would think, as I did, and you will not find it. It's puzzling why it's not available at the stores in Australia because there are so many wonderful uses of it.
I’d like to share with you my story (my mission) of buying some boric acid. It's one of the main reasons I started offering it for sale online.