InVinceable All-Purpose Cleaner Reviews
Review of InVinceable, an As Seen on TV all-in-one cleaner. Does it actually work? Consumers speak out.
This “powerful multi-purpose stain remover” is pitched by – and named after – the ShamWow pitchman known as Vince Offer (whose real name is Offer Schlomi). InVinceable was originally marketed in September 2013, and was seen at the time as a comeback of sorts for the pitchman, who had found himself in legal trouble not long after his ShamWow fame. Vince claims to have invented this product himself. As of May 2015, InVinceable has been advertising regularly on fringe cable channels.
The official product website is at invinceable.com.
Cost & Availability
When ordering from the product website, InVinceable costs $10 plus $6.95 shipping. Keep in mind that it is only sold in “double sets” so you will be paying shipping x2, for a total order price of $23.90, which is enough to make 4 bottles of cleaner. There is a 30 day money back guarantee, but that does not include shipping. If you order from the product website, your wait time is expected to be 2 to 3 weeks.
You can find InVinceable in stores such as Bed Bath and Beyond for about $10. Although the website claims that this offer is not in stores, they are referring to the offer, not the product itself.
Claims & Features
- Penetrates stains
- Indoor or outdoor use
- No chemical bleaches
- “Any Angle” spray bottle allows spraying from any angle
The commercial below has been airing as of May 2015.
Invinceable Cleaner Reviews
Miracle cleaners have been a mainstay of As Seen on TV advertisements, perhaps because they are inexpensive to produce, and the results are so subjective. In the case of InVinceable, it also appears that the results are somewhat doctored by film editing, as we see Vince spray stains which completely disappear before our eyes – an effect which has not been duplicated by reviewers.
InVinceable is not sold as a liquid, but as a pouch containing a dissolvable powder, which is to be mixed with water. Originally it was marketed as a tablet. The main ingredient is said to be sodium percabonate.
In our evaluation of the product, we noted the following caveats:
- InVinceable only has a 6 to 8 hour life, so it’s not something you can mix and store away for continued use.
- The effectiveness of InVinceable was greatly affected by the type and age of the stain.
- Although the commercial shows stains magically disappearing, we found that it took some scrubbing to make a dent in them.
- The bottle works as advertised, and can be used upside down.
- On Amazon, InVinceable had a sub-par 1.9 before it was eventually removed. Most negative comments stated that it simply didn’t work.
- Reviews around the internet are mostly negative. Take this extensive review, which found the spray “barely” worked on ceiling tiles, did not eliminate stains on grout, but did perform well on carpet.
- CTV News reviewed InVinceable. Hot sauce and mustard were applied to a shirt that was then treated with InVinceable, and the product did not perform as shown in the commercial. Their in-studio demonstration of lipstick applied to a shirt also failed. “It worked really really well on carpet… it does not appear to work on fabric,” it was concluded.
There are numerous all-purpose cleaners on the market. Those by Green Works, 409, and Simple Green are highly rated and have extensive customer track records. My Cleaning Secret is another As Seen on TV cleaner we have encountered in recent months.
InVinceable all-purpose cleaner has been advertised on and off since late 2013. It marked the return of pitchman Vince Offer to the airwaves after a highly-publicized legal incident. The product, however, has been met with mostly negative reviews, depending on how it is being used. It seems that the product is best suited to carpet stains. The design of the bottle, however, seems to have impressed many consumers.
If you’ve used InVinceable, please give it a star rating above and a comment below.