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InVade Hot Spot Cans Available with a 24-Inch Extension Tube

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The tubes make it easier to get the eating power of Hot Spot foam around corners, deep down drains, or into tight spaces.

| March 2, 2011

NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. —InVade Hot Spot cans, from Rockwell Labs Ltd, are now available with a 24-inch extension tube. It is now easy to get the scum eating power of Hot Spot foam around corners, deep down drains, or into tight spaces with this flexible, extra long extension tube.

Hot Spot still comes with the same 360-degree valve and fan spray actuator, making it easy to coat scummy surfaces.  But now, two extension tube actuators are included in each case. The standard actuator is simply popped off and the extension tube actuator is snapped on in its place. The hose extensions are also available to purchase individually for a nominal cost.  Hot Spot with the hose extensions began shipping to distribution in late February.

InVade Hot Spot is a probiotic foaming cleaner that contains premium, natural, scum-eating, odor eliminating microbes to do the dirty work. It contains no harsh chemicals or odors. The rich thick foam clings to surfaces as it slowly dissipates giving the microbes maximum contact time to digest scum and eliminate odors.

For more information contact your distributor or Rockwell directly for further information.  866/788-4101 or visit www.rockwelllabs.com.

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