Time-Released Insect Repellent Additive for Exterior Stains and Paints
NBS-30 is an insect repellent paint and stain additive designed for use with most exterior coatings. It will repel most ants, cockroaches, beetles, mites, spiders, fleas, ticks, silverfish, dirt daubers, wasps, ladybugs and carpenter bees
. NBS-30 is not an insecticide; it is an all natural insect repellent. Please Note
- Existing insect infestations MUST be treated and eliminated prior to use of this product. For further information on how to do this check out the LogFinish.com Log Blog on Carpenter Bees.
- No repellent product will work 100% of the time. Insects evolve over time and environmental conditions change. NBS-30 is sold on a best efforts basis with no warranty, guarantee, or refunds available.
|Features ||Benefits |
|Insect Repellent Made From Naturally Derived Plant Extracts ||Safe use around children and pets. |
|Easily Mixes With Most Commercial Stains and Paints and Water. ||Repels and Reduces amount of Carpenter Bee’s around your house and deck. |
|Easy to Apply, Time Release Formula ||No Harsh Chemicals |
is an insect repellent
; not an insecticide. The odor of the product’s ingredients is initially quite strong and very noticeable thus repelling the insects. NBS-30 contains naturally derived plant extracts of:
Does NBS-30 Kill Carpenter Bees?
is a repellent; not an insecticide. NBS-30’s
strong odor repels insects. In addition, treatment of holes drilled by Carpenter Bees as described below is necessary to achieve success with the NBS 30 product.
To treat with insecticide acquire the following items:
1. Fill syringe with insecticide. 2.Insert insecticide in the Carpenter Bee hole. 3. Wait several days. 4. Roll the aluminum foil into a small ball. 5. Insert the aluminum foil on the tip of the screwdriver and stuff it into the Carpenter Bee hole. 6. Seal the hole with log home caulk. 7. Follow the above procedure with every hole that the Carpenter Bees have drilled.
- Appropriate insecticide (like Sevin Dust)
- Plastic syringe or Turkey baster
- Aluminum foil
- Small star-head screw driver
- Log home caulk
- Appropriate protective gear for your face, hands, and body.
- Plumber’s Snake or coat hanger
- Entire contents of a one pint can of NBS-30 should be added to 5 gallons of paint or stain.
- Mix according to label directions for use with smaller quantities of paint or stain.
- When used with multiple coats of paint or stain, always mix NBS-30 with the last coat applied.
How Does NBS-30 Effect Exterior coatings?
- Sheen, curing time and luster of the coating may be changed slightly and would be most noticeable in pure white paint.
- High gloss coatings are reduced to semi-gloss.
- NBS-30 is not for use with any Perma Chink Systems water-based exterior products such as Lifeline Advance Satin or Gloss Top Coat.
Can NBS-30 Be Mixed With Water?
Yes! NBS-30 can be mixed with water and sprayed on any stained or painted wood surface. Mix a one pint container of NBS 30 with five gallons of water and apply the product with pump sprayer. When this mixture is applied to wood in an exposed area it is subject to being washed off in a heavy rain. Reapply as necessary every 30 to 60 days. NBS-30 works best when used as a stain or paint additive because the coating locks the product on to the wood surface.
NBS-30 is exempt from EPA Regulation under the Federal Fungicide and Rodenticide Act ( FIFRA). When used as directed, it is non-phytotoxic and will not harm plants or turf. It is safe for pets and people. Caution:
This product is toxic to fish. Keep out of lakes and streams or areas designated for commercial honeybee farming.
- Avoid contact with eyes, skin or clothing.
- Avoid breathing vapors or spray mist. NBS 30 is harmful if swallowed.
- Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water after handling NBS 30.
- Remove contaminated clothing and wash clothing before reuse.
- Persons handling concentrate are recommended to wear protective eyewear and chemical resistant gloves made of neoprene, nitrite or natural rubber.
- When used in confined spaces prolonged exposure to the fragrance may be objectionable to some individuals.