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Preservatives and chemicals

All insect collections need some protection against Museum beetle and mites. They should be regularly inspected for infestation. It is very difficult to kill Museum beetle eggs but this can be done by giving each specimen a few seconds in a microwave (minus the pin!) or 3 days in a deep freeze.
We also list other chemicals used in the preparation, maintainance and storage of collections.
Prices are subject to VAT for UK customers.

Preservative card cells

6.30 (exc. VAT at 20%)

Glass fumigant cell - each

5.20 (exc. VAT at 20%)

Acana Moth Sachets

9.60 (exc. VAT at 20%)

Ethyl Acetate (UK only)

3.35 (exc. VAT at 20%)

Relaxing fluid (UK only)

1.75 (exc. VAT at 20%)

Toluene (UK only)

14.75 (exc. VAT at 20%)

Iso Propyl Alcohol (UK only)

13.50 (exc. VAT at 20%)

Silica gel - per 25gms

1.57 (exc. VAT at 20%)