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Do you have a djembe that you don't use much and have you seen about it certain types of worms or insects? You do not know what to do?
In this blog I will tell you a little about how to remove this from the skin of the djembe?
And stop eating your beautiful djembe.
There are many types of insects, if among them there is an insect that you have seen, then I can help you.
There are several ways to deal with the problem. Some of these solutions use chemicals, and there is a risk that the wood will absorb the chemicals, leaving you with a drum that smells and can be dangerous. Be careful, wear masks and gloves when necessary.
If you contract the infestation at an early stage, you may be able to store your drum by removing the skin and placing it in the freezer for 48 hours. Try lowering the temperature to about -20 C. Removing the skin is, of course, a great job. If your drum is large or has more than one, you may need a large freezer! Do you know someone who owns a restaurant? If the skin is badly damaged, it may need to be replaced.
Check if you can find one of the little creatures and take a picture. Send it to a pest control service and ask them to identify it, whether you ask for their service at home or they can guide you to know what insecticide you can buy and do it yourself if you have the knowledge. REMEMBER: EVERYTHING IN A VENTILATED PLACE!
Unfortunately, if the infestation is spread too late, the damage may be too severe and your drum may be ruined.
I hope you liked this blog a lot and now you know what to do.
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Having a Djembe is one of the best things that can happen to you in life, since in it you can find a friend, a passion and a way in which you can be really free.
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