Hot spots are a bit of a tricky area, because the way you put your fingers in them is different to the way they’re usually made.

That said, here are five things you should know about hot spots: 1.

Hot spots may or may not have a logo.

The two most commonly found on hot spots are the “Hot Spot Logo” and the “Pussy Logo”.

The “Hot Sticky” Hot Spot Logo is actually just the word “hot” on a red background.

This is probably a safe bet to avoid, as it’s an easy way to make your finger look like a hot spot.


Some hot spots have a red line across the top.

This means the area around the hot spot is red and not green.

It may also mean the area is red because the area surrounding the hot area has a hot red tint.

If this is the case, be sure to use the hot spots blue or white border.


You may or not see the “hot spot” logo on your skin, but you may see the logo on the top of your hand.

This may be because hot spots tend to be darker than cool spots.

It’s also a good idea to look for hot spots on your fingers and not just your wrists.


Some of the hottest spots have the word hot written on them.

This might be because the heat is coming from the inside of the hot zone, which can be red or blue, or because the hot zones heat is radiated by a “hot area”.

When you use a hot area to apply heat to something, it’s important to make sure the heat doesn’t burn the area it’s applied to. 5.

The logo may be yellow, orange, or red.

This logo might be just one of many on hot areas, but it’s one of the most common.

It represents the hot areas heat, and can usually be found at the top, bottom, and bottom of hot spots.

To make sure your finger is safe, always use the red, yellow, or orange border when using hot spots to apply hot water, and use a cold, neutral temperature when applying heat.

Read more hot spot logo safety tips from Health Canada.

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