P.O. Box 1034
Colorado Springs, CO 80901
July 20, 2004
P.O. Box 150
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Let me get this straight: You're selling a spray that freezes dog and cat feces, enabling people to collect it with their bare hands?
I notice you market this product with a TOTE CASE that includes room for the spray, plastic poop baggies and a water bottle. It appears that you do not sell elongated spatulas, which leads me to believe the freeze is so effective that the idea of placing fresh poop in one's hands isn't as disgusting as one might imagine.
This product sounds unpleasant, yet I'm compelled to ask: Is it only good for freezing dog and cat waste? Could I, perhaps, spray it on rotting vegetables before removing them from of my refrigerator? What about odor mitigation on unkempt colleagues and friends recently returned from Burning Man?
Please let me know. There's a lot of stuff I'd like to freeze, trash and be done with.