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InVinceable is Latest from Vince (you know, the ShamWow Guy)

January 16, 2014

Household cleaner uses tablet and special spray bottle.

TV pitchman Vince Offer is taking on household cleaners with a new product called InVinceable. Billed as an “innovative new cleaning concept” the product is said to replace a multitude of different cleaners - including stain fighters and even laundry boosters - and shrinks them all down to one tablet. When dropped into water, the tablet releases a powerful, effervescent cleaning agent that can tackle even the toughest jobs. In addition, the bottle features a unique "any angle" spray bottle that can be used upside down.

InVinceable replaces general cleaners, stain fighters and even doubles as a laundry booster. The bottle features a flexinble tube inside, which allows product to be sprayed even when held sideways or upside down.

The new InVinceable television commercial features several of the gags and one-liners Offer fans have come to expect, according to Square One Entertainment, which produced the commercial.

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