According to the Invinceable review this is a scam….they don’t tell you how exactly the InVinceable stain remover work, the review also says the InVinceable infomercial does not mention the ingredients of the Invinceable stain remover. The Invinceable Review further reveals that the infomercial ad is clearly misleading which shows the stains literally disappearing with just a few sprays, there is no stain removal in the whole world thats works like miracle.
Miracle Product?? – Not really
One InVinceable reviewer Matt Griffin has complained in his InVinceable Review that there is no such product that works wonder on red wine stains and pet stains – the most stubborn of the stains. The infomercial claims the product to be “All-natural” but does not mention how does InVinceable actually work, nor does it mention the ingredients. According to the review – The most common category of “Natural” stain removers are Enzyme Based stain removals which digest most stains, but damage the fabric of the clothes and some people may be allergic to it. The infomercial video raises lot of questions like why doesn’t the manufacturer mention the ingredients and the category of the InVinceable stain removal. The reviewer concludes that maybe the manufacturer does not want the people to know that InVinceable is just another average stain removal that is no different from the one available for under $10 in any store and wants to portray it as a “Miracle” NEW product that is not available anywhere else. Many gullible people fall for this trap and get suckered in buying the product believing that it is going to work in exactly same way as shown in the TV ad.
Create your own InVinceable
One reviewer Gregory Graeber in his InVinceable review reveals that InVinceable is an Oxygen based bleach that uses oxygen bubbles to lift the stains. The normal ingredient of oxygen based stain removal products is sodium percarbonate or sodium perborate – a detergent and bleaching agent based on hydrogen peroxide. This is nothing magical and there are other branded oxygen based stain removals like OxiClean, Clorox, All OxiActive and Shout Oxy Powder. Most customers complain that these type of stain removals brighten the fabric than removing the stains, and make it look like the stains has been removed. One important thing the reviewer mentions in his Invinceable review is that they are more eco-friendly and biodegradable than the chlorine based bleaching agents. The reviewer claims that you can create your own InVinceable like oxygen based stain remover by mixing one part Hydrogen Peroxide, One part baking powder and two parts hot water and rubbing the solution on the stain.
Typical S/h Scam
Ernest Gradwohl in his InVinceable review points out the Exorbitant S & H, extra charges and malpractices. The S/h for one set of InVinceable is $6.95 and you still have to pay the same S/h for the 2nd free set. So you pay $23.95 in total. One set includes 4 Bottle Supply of InVinceable Dissolvable Powder and 2 Any Angle Sprayer Bottles, they don’t tell you about the offer/what do you get at the beginning. They don’t tell you the quantity of the powder in each bottle. The reviewer also points out that the ordering process is confusing and misleading. The reviewer warns in his InVinceable review about the shabby ordering process, there is a “Quantity” option at the beginning of the ordering process. Many customers order multiple quantities believing that they are ordering multiple bottles and not knowing they are actually ordering multiple “sets” of 4 Bottle Supply of InVinceable Dissolvable Powder and 2 Any Angle Sprayer Bottles. They are unaware that the price of $23.95 is getting multiplied with the quantity and there is no way to edit the items and quantity. They also don’t show you the final summary page of your order and how much you are actually being charged. The customers realize about the scam only after they get see the bank statement. It doesn’t stop here, most of the time the product is backordered and customers receive the product after several weeks. While returning the product – you still have to pay the S/h to return the product.
Invinceable Review – Definitely a Scam
The Invinceable Review states that it is for sure a scam. There is no mention of what are its ingredients and lacks the presence of proper instructions to use it correctly according to Invinceable Review and highly exaggerates its cleaning potential portrayed to be magical in the infomercial.
Easy Cleaning? Not Really
Jasper Lynos in his Invinceable Review complains that the product really does not work on absolutely anything. Its claim of removing the toughest of stains like red wine, pet stains, etc. is not true. There are instructions about filling it to the line which is halfway and putting the tablet in it. He further states in his Invinceable Review that even after spraying and letting it sit there was no cleaning that took place.
Cost Effective? Absolutely not
Other customer Daniel Coyote who put down an Invinceable Review reveals that since it fails completely to perform any cleaning and requires usage within 8 hours of preparation it is a completely waste of money. Also while placing order there are so many offers that one has to go through and if someone does not know how to bypass them will end up paying a lot unnecessarily.