Although this problem is specific to a turned piece, I figured I'd post it here in the General Woodworking area to maximize the exposure.
I have most of my turned pieces stored in a cabinet (an old entertainment center, actually), and tonight I was checking out a few pieces and I discovered this:
This piece is ash, and obviously the bugs are feasting on it. It's the only piece in the cabinet showing signs like this. I'm assuming it's ash borers doing the damage. (Actually, I think the holes are kind of neat, but I want to stop them.)
So my question to the gang here: What can I do to kill these bugs and stop them from munching one of my favorite (and largest) hollow forms? I'm assuming I can seal it in a garbage bag with some type of poison, but what should I use? Moth balls? Raid? Boric acid? Any suggestions will be appreciated, especially suggestions that work.