4Most Innovations now offers complete solutions for Pest Control Professionals, Fire Safety Professionals, Landscape Professionals and Homeowners. The Gotcha Sprayer enables you to spray aerosol cans in a safer way. Simply secure an aerosol can to the Gotcha Sprayer, attach to an extension pole up to 24ft long, and you are ready to spray.
(PRWEB) October 7, 2004 -- 4Most Innovations located in Dublin, Ohio makers
of an innovative product called the Gotcha Sprayer, which enables people to
spray virtually any type of aerosol can from the end of an extension pole, has
now expanded its market offering to include extension poles, nest scrapers, and
window washing systems.
“The Gotcha Sprayer was inspired as a way to safely spray areas that are high or hard-to-reach without having to use a ladder and to minimize the amount of chemical that gets on you. Many aerosol sprays contain precautionary statements cautioning the user not to come in contact with the spray. That is difficult to do when you have to spray outside in the breeze, in confined spaces, or high above your head.” says Ian A. Schultz - President of 4Most Innovations, “Our solution has been widely received by Homeowners, Pest Control Professionals, Fire Safety Professionals, Landscaping Professionals, as well as, City and State Departments. Do-It-Yourselfers, as well as, the Professionals now have a solution for spraying aerosols without the need for a ladder, the mess or the overspray. We have been inundated with positive feedback about the Gotcha Sprayer. We are very excited about the potential of this new product.”
The Gotcha Sprayer is an adaptor that enables the user to spray virtually any type of aerosol can from the end of an extension pole. The Gotcha Sprayer can be angled to spray in hard-to-reach areas, high areas, or in applications where you would want to distance yourself from the chemical or the object being sprayed. Simply secure an aerosol can to the Gotcha Sprayer, attach an extension pole, and you are ready to spray. Many wasp and hornet sprays contain chemicals that and can damage siding, shingles, and shrubbery, but with the Gotcha Sprayer you can position the spray directly in front of the nest and target the spray to a specific area.
Pest Control Professionals are using the Gotcha Sprayer with Wasp and Hornet spray, as well as, other aerosol insecticides. Fire Safety Professionals are using cans of Smoke Detector Tester to certify smoke detectors; Landscape Professionals are using Wasp and Hornet Spray, as well as, Pruning Compound to stop insect infestation on newly pruned trees. Other applications include: window cleaning, vandal mark removers, baseboard cleaners, spray paint etc.
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