InVade Hot Spot is a probiotic foaming cleanser containing premium microbes that are natural, eat scum, and eliminate odors. 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.
Consider the Hose Extension Actuator for Invade Hot Spot which is a reusable 24” hose extension actuator for use with the Invade Hot Spot. The extension is great for getting deep into drains or into other hard to reach spots. Each full case of the Invade Hot Spot - 16 oz. can contains 2 extensions.
Household Uses: Hot Spot can be used to clean a variety of stains on carpet. Hot Spot is best applied immediately after a spill while the stain is still wet. If applied later, lightly spray over the stain with water to moisten the area to be cleaned. Multiple applications of Hot Spot may be necessary for very dark stains, or old stains. Hot Spot should be allowed to completely dissipate on the stain. Do not scrub or wash after application. Simply spray over the stain,
completely covering it with foam and allow the microbes in Hot Spot to work undisturbed. Hot Spot works well on soda, juice, milk, wine, beer, food residue, oil, urine, vomit, and most of organic matter
Apply InVade Bio Drain in any crack, crevice, or drain.
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.
How do I apply InVade Hot Spot?
Select any crack, crevice, drain or other scummy area
Shake can well
Hold can with the nozzle pointing away from yourself and others.
Product recommended by my pest control company to get rid of drain flies. Drain flies completely disappeared after second application in 3 days. Happy that product is friendly to environment and septic system. Easy to use and would definitely recommend.
What can I use in my sump pump to control sewer flies? I see live larva floating on top of water.
I also have what looks like gnats on the bathroom floor & kitchen floor? Are these baby sewer flies, they do fly? Any help would be appreciated.
We would suggest a product called Invade Hot Spot. Invade hot spot is a foam in an aerosol can that you can apply to cracks in the tile on the kitchen and bathroom floors where the drain flies are breeding. Typically this happens when there are cracks in tile or other places and water and grime get down in these cracks. Fly larvae can breed in these areas. You should treat over multiple days with the foam and it will eat the "gunk" in the cracks which should eliminate the breeding locations.
Is Invade Hot Spot the product I need for drain fly larvae in a grout line?
I have drain fly larvae (black "worms") coming out of cracks between the floor and wall of my upstairs master bath shower. Even a few about an inch up in a wall crack. So I need to treat that area as well as the drain. Will the hot spot foam along with the gel in the drain work for this problem? I was told to put a dehumidifier in for a week to totally dry out the tile area before regrouting. Should I do this before or after treatment?
The Invade Hot Spot should do a great job eliminating the drain fly larvae in the areas you mentioned. We recommend that you eliminate all of the larvae before grouting to avoid any issues.
Looking for product to control flying insects in bar setting plus a product for roaches
I own a bar (no restaurant) occasionally we experience the small flying insects around the liquor bottles and fruit. I am unhappy with my present exterminating service and wish to take matters in my own hand. Can you recommend a product that will handle the flying insects as well as a product to control for roaches?
The main goal with fruit flies is to find the breeding site. In restaurants, fruit flies almost always breed from the syrup and other food and drink that falls behind the bar areas and where the soda machines and soda guns are. We carry traps to catch the adult flies that are flying around, the best seller being our Natural Catch Plus Fruit Fly Traps. As far as the source and breeding sites, you should wash all of the areas underneath the bar and soda areas to clean any syrup or other sticky areas and places where food could have failed behind or under machines It is also a good idea to apply a product like Invade Hot Shot which is a foam that will eat away any organic matter that fruit flies breed in. We recommend to use Phantom in cracks and crevices for roaches in resturants.
Which product should I get, Invade liquid or Invade spray?
Invade actually comes in three different formulations, Invade Hot Spot, Invade Bio Foam or the InVade Bio Drain Gel. Invade Hot Spot, the product you refer to as a spray is actually a ready to use foam that can be used in just about any crack, crevice, void, drain, 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 or other areas where organic matter can build up. The Invade Bio foam is a concentrated foam product that will treat the same areas as the the Invade Hot Spot. The Invade Bio Foam requires a foaming device such as the Chapin Poly Foamer to make it foam. The Invade Bio Drain Gel utilizes a thickened advanced gel formula and is typically only used in drains.
Can this be applied to the shower door frame? I have larvae in the door frame that come out of the weep holes
A better product to apply to the door frame would be invade hot spot foam. It is a foam in an aerosol can. It would not be as messy as the drain gel. The real benefit though would be that the foam will coat the areas in question much better and expand into cracks and crevices of the door where the larvae may be breeding.
Invade Hot Spot Foam: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/invade-hot-spot-16-oz-can-p-856.html