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I am inquiring about powder post beetles, we have an infestation in a piece of sculpture, the wood is maple burl from Oregon. Our question, is will freezing work? And if so, at what temperatu
I just got a piece of antique mahogany furniture that has insects in it, judging from the scat that has accumulated on the floor underneath. I want to use the least-toxic method to get rid of
Powderpost beetles. What are these creatures, and how do you know you have them, and if so, how does one get rid of them?
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