InVade™ Hot Spot™ is a quick and convenient probiotic foaming cleaner. It's the same great product as InVade™ Bio Foam™ concentrate in a ready-to-use aerosol can! The special formula contains premium natural, scum-eating microbes and citrus oil for efficient cleaning and odor elimination. InVade Hot Spot forms a thick foam that stays on surfaces and slowly dissolves allowing the microbes prolonged contact with scum and odor sources. InVade Hot Spot does all of this without harsh odors or chemicals. The can of InVade Hot Spot uses a 360 degree valve and fan spray actuator to make it simple for you to coat the surfaces you need to clean.
InVade Hot Spot contains premium, organic matter-eating, odor eliminating microbes, citrus oil and a foaming agent that works to eliminate the organic matter.
Prime treatment areas include peeling away baseboards, machinery cracks, beverage line bundles, beverage fountain drip trays, under ice machines and voids around dishwashers, walk-in coolers and tray conveyors.
The foam will take a few hours to dissipate and should be left and not washed up. The foam will need to be in contact with the scum for a period of time (at least an hour is ideal) to be most effective. Do not apply directly to a food contact surface unless the surface is disinfected with a quaternary ammonia type disinfectant after treatment.
For Use In: Decaying organic matter in sink drains, garbage bins, and other places contaminated with soil, decaying vegetable, and fruit matter. Besides sanitation areas in drains, it also includes many household cleaning uses such as carpet stains,spills, garbage cans and cat boxes. Prime treatment areas include peeling-away baseboards, machinery cracks, beverage-line bundles, beverage fountain drip trays, under ice machines, and voids around dishwashers, walk-in coolers, and tray conveyors.
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Q: How do I attach the extension hose? The one I received does not fit onto the can and the product is not going into the hose.
A: You will have to remove the cap that is currently on the can and then replacement with the new cap that has the long straw, Sometimes helps to wet the stem and cap to make things easier to get on, be forceful, it does take a hard push and sometime you will have solutions come out of the can, so be prepared.
Q: How often should you use the HotSpot Foam in your drains?
A: The Rockwell Invade HotSpot should be applied to the drains, once a week till the issue is taken care of To inject into drains, position the can upside down with the nozzle directly over an opening in the drain grate and dispense foam. Likewise, in other areas where a straighter stream versus a fan spray is desired, position the can closer to the target area when applying. Foam cracks, crevices, drains and other scummy areas where organic build-up has occurred.
Q: Does this actually kill any flies?
A: The Invade Biofoam is meant to dissolve the organic matter that the drain flies are breeding in, thus eliminating the flies all together. When you stop the breeding area you stop the flies.