Choose from our regular grind variety
We only package the fine powder variety of boric acid. This removes problem of 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?
If you’re only after a small amount of boric acid, these are perfect.
About Boric Acid
What is boric acid?
Boric acid is one of the most versatile household products with many uses. It’s 100% natural and an all in one:
- antibacterial agent
To read more about it, head on over to our what is boric acid page.
100% Australian owned
We source all our raw materials and manufacture this product locally.
We’ve produced the best possible product 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.
Boric acid is not available in the traditional places where you’d expect to buy it. It’s not available in Coles, Woolworths, Safeway, Bunnings, Masters, Mitre 10, ALDI, IGA or Foodworks.
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 find helpful. 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, how-to guides and recipes to help you along the way.
Uses of boric acid
With its variety of characteristics, it has a lot of uses. Some of the more popular ones are:
Get rid of common household insects
Around your home
In the garden
What our customers say
The latest from the Boric Acid blog
Boric acid, also called orthoboric acid, boracic acid, hydrogen borate and acidum boricum, is a low-toxicity mineral with insecticidal, fungicidal, and herbicidal properties. It is the “secret ingredient” in many of the commercial products used for insect control. It is also a weak acid of boron, often used as a flame retardant, antiseptic, or precursor…
Boric acid has been used to control a wide variety of pests such as ants, weevils, cockroaches and various types of beetles. It has also been used as a fungicide for citrus, a herbicide along rights-of-way, a fire retardant and a wood preservative. When used as a herbicide, it causes desiccation and disrupts photosynthesis in…
All minerals, especially boric acid, are important. But the most important mineral is the one you are missing. Boron, from boric acid, is a well-recognized trace mineral. Chemically it is neither metal nor is it a non-metal. Therefore it is a metalloid–just like silicon. Here is one scientists’ view on boron. “The least understood of…
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