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Invade Hot Spot Foam

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Invade Hot Spot is a great product that can be used to clean almost anything from soap scum to pet stains, it can even be used as a drain cleaner. Containing citrus oils and odor eliminating microbes, Invade Hot Spot is an all around product that is versatile and effective.

Target Pests

Invade Hot Spot contains natural scum-eating odor eliminating microbes to target stains and odors.

For Use In

Invade Hot spot can be used to clean stains on carpets and works well on soda juice milk wine beer food residue oil urine vomit and most other organic material. Hot Spot can also be used in drains garbage disposals litter boxes trash cans and other scummy or smelly surfaces.


Shake well before using. Press down the actuator to dispense foam. To coat scummy surfaces with foam, hold the can about 18" away from the surface and apply in a sweeping motion. To inject into drains, position the can upside down over an opening in the drain grate and dispense foam. The foam will take a few hours to dissipate and should be left and not washed up. For carpets, 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. Do not scrub or wash after application. For litter boxes, spray Hot spot into the box and pour a normal amount of litter directly on top of it.

Coverage Area

Invade Hot Spot comes in a 16 fl oz aerosol can and coverage area may vary.

Time to Kill

Allow at least 2 hours for Hot Spot foam to completely dissipate.

Mix Rate

Comes ready to use.

Active Ingredient

Odor eliminating microbes

Invade Hot Spot Foam

Invade Hot Spot Foam

Invade Hot Spot contains the same effective microbes and ingredients as InVade Bio Foam. Apply Invade Hot Spot to cracks, crevices, or anywhere scum and organic mather gets built up. This convenient ready to use probiotic in a can will cling and stay on surfaced areas. As a probiotic, it eats into the scum to improve sanitation. The premium blend of microbes will eat away at the organic accumulation of matter and leave a fresh citrus scent.

Hot Spot Features

  • - Invade Hot Spot foam comes in an easy to use 16 oz can
  • - The 360-degree valve in Invade Hot Spot allows for dispensing in tough-to-reach areas.
  • - InVade Hot Spot contains premium, organic matter-eating, odor eliminating microbes, citrus oil, and a foaming agent that works to eliminate the organic matter. The foam provides a longer contact time, coating scummy areas such as drain covers. Regular use of Hot Spot will address sanitation issues.
  • - The foam will take a couple hours to dissipate and should be left and not cleaned up. The foam will need to be in contact with the scum for at least an hour 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

Application Instructions for Invade Hot Spot

1. Select any crack, crevice, drain, or other scummy areas that present sanitation issues.
2. Shake can well.
3. Hold can with the nozzle pointing away from yourself and others.
4. Press down on the nozzle to dispense foam
5. InVade Bio Foam Hot Spot should not be applied on top of areas where bait has been placed.

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Can bio foam be used in toilets?
A shopper on Apr 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the bio-foam can be used around a toilet it would cause no harm to the septic tank. I would advise placing the foam to the area where there is bacteria build up.

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Great Product
I had originally ordered MicrobeMax Volumetric Drain Foam but it is no longer stocked so I received the Hot Spot. This product worked just as labeled. It did what I needed it to. I will definitely order again.
October 11, 2015
Peace of mind in a can
Last summer I experienced an infestation of gnats inside my apartment. Nothing I used could take care of the problem. That all changed once I discovered your Invade Hot Shot Bio Foam. I applied this product into every drain in my apartment, including the bathroom tub and sink drains, every night for one week. The gnats completely disappeared! AAAHH-mazing product!! I highly recommend it to anyone struggling with getting rid of a gnat infestation.
April 19, 2015
Control Flies and odors
Invade products have helped with fly control on many of my accounts.Recently a restaurant that I stop at monthly on a regular road trip which has a very bad odor in the mens restroom final let me show them the results of InVade BioFoam. I treated the drain in the mens restroom twice both going and coming back from my trip. The owner of the place had many companies over the years and was doubtful that I could solve the problem. This problem has existed for many years as I have used this restroom for that period. The owner recently called and told me that is much better is looking forward to my next trip.
February 14, 2011
Problem seams to be gone...
I purchased Hot Spot because I had issues with sewer flies. I am not able to open the the drain cover to clean out any scum so liked the idea of being able to direct the foam spray inbetween the grates to the sides of the drain I used the Hot Spot Foam and because of the flat foam nozel I was able to spray the foam in the drain without making a mess. I have treated the drain 2x in the last few weeks and have not seen any sewer flies. The foam coats the sides very nicely and I like the fact that I can actually breathe while applying the product and that I'm not breathing in any harsh fumes.
August 20, 2010

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