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GelTech Solutions Announces Addition to Soil2O Dust Control Product Line

JUPITER, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 08/27/14 -- GelTech Solutions, Inc. (OTCBB: GLTC) (OTCQB: GLTC) announces the launch of Soil2O Soil Cap, the newest addition to the Soil2O product line. Soil Cap, a cutting-edge dust suppressant technology, is designed to stabilize stockpile dust and reduce soil erosion.

Using advanced polymer technology, Soil Cap will address serious dust and erosion challenges in a variety of industries including construction, road building and mining. GelTech's unique formula penetrates and bonds with the soil, creating a waterproof and durable shell that eliminates dust on even the most demanding jobs.

As with all GelTech products, Soil Cap is environmentally friendly, non-toxic, and non-corrosive. One of the core advantages of Soil Cap over competing products is the ability to apply it without specialized equipment or personnel, creating significant labor and cost savings opportunities for the end-user.

"The development and launch of Soil Cap is a significant addition to our dust control product line, and is the perfect complement to our Soil2O Dust Control product," stated Matt Struzziero, GelTech's Director of Sales and Strategic Operations. "Soil Cap meets a substantial customer need of maintenance-free soil stabilization, a need that encompasses a large global market."

GelTech is working closely with its distributors to market Soil Cap, including HD Supply Construction & Industrial -- White Cap, the nation's leader in construction and industrial supply. HD Supply Construction & Industrial -- White Cap is currently stocking product in the Southern California and Arizona markets, which have notoriously difficult dust conditions and very stringent dust compliance laws.

About GelTech Solutions, Inc.

GelTech Solutions creates innovative, Earth-friendly, cost-effective products that help industry, agriculture, and the general public achieve environmental and safety goals such as water conservation and protecting lives, homes and property from fires. All the products currently marketed by GelTech Solutions, Inc. were created for GelTech by inventor and chief executive officer, Peter Cordani.

FireIce is a patent pending fire suppressant used for direct attack of fires as well as a medium term retardant for structure protection. FireIce can be used in all types of apparatus: fire extinguishers, pumper trucks, aerial units for wildfires and all equipment used in municipal applications. FireIce is a water enhancing powder that can be utilized both as a fire suppressant in urban firefighting, including underground utility fires, and in wildland firefighting and as a medium-term fire retardant to protect wildlands, structures and firefighters.

GelTech also markets Soil2O which is both a non-toxic soil conditioner and a dust abatement product. Soil2O "Dust Control" products and solutions stop all types of particulate matter from entering the air and water, solving even the most stubborn dust control problems. Soil2O Granular and Topical blends reduce water consumption up to 50% and promote healthy root development in plants and lawns, generating faster seed germination by keeping nutrients and moisture at the root level longer.

For more information on GelTech, please visit: http://www.geltechsolutions.com/.

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