Have you missed Vince Offer (aka: ‘the ShamWow guy ’)? I can’t quite say that I have, but I will admit I was curious to see what his new endorsed product, Invinceable, is all about. Launched back in late September 2013, the Invinceable cleaning spray continued the path to easy house cleaning commenced by the miracle super absorbent towel. It brought As Seen on TV customers an all-in-one cleaning spray, which, allegedly, can replace all other cleaning solutions with just one bottle. Need to remove tough stains? Want a substance that will boost the prowess of your regular detergent? Got some tiles, walls, or carpeting to clean? Much like Lysol spray before it, this product says it can do all this. But does it really work? Here’s my review complete with my experience of this product.
How Invinceable Works
Invinceable comes in concentrated tablet form. It’s about the size of a $.25 coin and, in order to work with it, all you need to do is drop it inside a spray bottle. The ASoTV infomercial says you also get the all-purpose bottle included in your purchase. It’s supposed to work at any angle imaginable, thanks to its innovative use of V-tube technology. The bottle even works when held upside down, they say – for those times when you need to get rid of a stain off the ceiling, for instance. Also, the manufacturer claims the tablets contain ‘all natural’ ingredients, although they don’t actually list the substances that go into making it.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Invinceable
- The product apparently contains no chemical bleaches or other similar substances. Further testing is necessary to prove the veracity of this claim, but, for the time being, we’ll take the manufacturer’s word for it.
- This all-in-one super cleaner really does work on some incredibly tough stains, including those left behind by pets.
- You can use the bottle at every imaginable angle. I actually tested this in my bathroom and kitchen and it proved incredibly handy for spots that would have normally been pretty difficult to reach.
- Some online reviews have mentioned that the product doesn’t work quite as well as advertised on some particularly tough stains, such as those caused by red wine spills.
Where to Get Invinceable
We recommend that you purchase Invinceable though the manufacturer’s online website. Each order will get you 20 tablets and one special spray bottle powered by V-tube technology. This all comes at a price of $10, plus $6.95 for shipping and handling. For extra shipping and handling you can get an extra 20 tablets, at no cost per se. The manufacturer’s website says you have a 30-day Money Back Guarantee. Even though they don’t list a returns address, you can find out further info via their Customer Service phone line. For refunds you need to provide the receipt within 30 days and you get your money back in full – except for the shipping and handling costs, as is almost always the case.
All in all, I was rather satisfied with the actual performance. Sure, some of you may sneer and frown on the dalliances of the ShamWow guy, especially given that forgettable debacle about the ShamWow. However, I tried removing muck from underneath my kitchen and bathroom sink and was pleased. I also own pets (a dog and a cat) and was happy to find out the cleaning spray worked wonders on my all too worn-out living room carpet. Not to get in all the grimy details, but back when my dog was a puppy she had a bit of a hard time controlling her bladder. Needless to say, this product removed those difficult stains.
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