Boric Acid Magic Fishscale Flake 1kg – 99.9% Oily.Reagent CAS No.: 10043-35-3


Boric Acid Flake – Purity 100% 

  • Packaging: HDPE plastic bottle 
  • Weight: 1000g 
  • Safety: Product tightly packaged 
  • Form: White, crystalline flake – “Fish scale” 
  • CAS No.: 10043-35-3 
  • EC No.: 233-139-2 
  • Type: Certified Product 
  • Usage: Organic chemical compound for professional use.


Boric acid is a white, solid chemical compound that has low solubility in water and is considered a weak acid. 

Boric acid combats pests such as cockroaches, ants, and termites. The properties of boric acid make it act as a poison, destroying the digestive systems of pests. 

In aqueous solutions, boric acid exhibits antiseptic, drying, and astringent properties. It is helpful in the process of wound healing as it supports the formation of new tissues and skin regeneration. 

Diluted boric acid solution is a preparation used in medicine. It is an active ingredient in foot powders used for excessive sweating issues and in wound care products.



Physical and chemical properties: 

Chemical formula: H3BO3 

Odor: Odorless 

Molar mass: 61.83 g/mol 

pH: (1% solution/water): 5.2 

Melting point: 169 °C 

Boiling point: 300 °C 

Specific gravity: 1.435 (water = 1)


H317 May cause an allergic skin reaction, harmful if swallowed 

P302+P352: If on skin: Wash with plenty of soap and water.

P280: Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection. The safety data sheet contains all the information regarding the correct and safe use of the product!

STORAGE: Store in dry and cool places in tightly closed containers, protect from sunlight.

The information contained below is informative, scientific and research. The product is intended for professional use.

Did you know that boric acid can be used for…

Applications of boric acid: 

Its primary application is in the production of glass, where it is added as an ingredient to lower the melting temperature and improve resistance to acids. Boric acid is also used in the production of ceramics, paints and coatings, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals. 

Boric acid acts as an antiseptic, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory agent. In medicine, it is used as an eye wash for infections and for the treatment of certain skin conditions such as acne and psoriasis. 

In industry, boric acid is used as a preservative and as a component of fertilizers. It also finds application in the production of nuclear fuels, where it is used to control chain reactions and inhibit their progression. 

Boric acid is also used in chemical analysis to determine the concentration of aluminum and magnesium in samples, as well as in laboratory research as a means of protecting solutions from contamination. 

Boric acid applications in the home include:

Boric acid has multiple household uses, ranging from insect control to surface cleaning.

  • Mold Removal: Boric acid can be an effective solution for removing mold from surfaces. To prepare the solution, dissolve approximately 1 teaspoon of boric acid in a cup of warm water. Next, soak a sponge in the solution and wipe the moldy surfaces. After a few minutes, rinse the surface with water and allow it to dry.
  • Surface Cleaning: Boric acid can be used to clean various surfaces, such as kitchen countertops, sinks, toilets, and bathtubs. To prepare the solution, dissolve 1 teaspoon of boric acid in 1 liter of warm water. Then, pour the solution into a spray bottle and spray it onto the surface. After cleaning the surface, thoroughly rinse it with water.

Boric acid for ants: 

Boric acid is an effective method in combating ants, but it is important to use it with caution to avoid accidental contamination or poisoning.

  • Boric acid ant traps: Ant traps can be prepared where boric acid is combined with ant-attracting food such as sugar, powdered milk, or glucose syrup. The traps can be placed near ant trails to lure them into the trap. Ants that consume food with boric acid will contaminate it with their bodies and transfer it to the nest, causing poisoning to the entire colony.
  • Boric acid spray: Boric acid can be dissolved in water and used in a spray bottle. The prepared spray can be applied near ant trails or directly onto ants. The spray should be used carefully to avoid contaminating other surfaces or harming animals. In any case, it is important to exercise caution and follow recommended dosages to avoid accidental contamination or poisoning.

Additional information

Weight1.0 kg

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