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Vince Offer is taking on new household cleaner called InVinceable

February 7, 2014

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 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 flexible tube inside, which allows product to be sprayed even when held sideways or upside down.

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