Ceiling Saver from Telebrands is an aerosol spray can that they claim contains both primer and paint that matches most ceilings and instantly covers unsightly stains. They promise you’ll never have to get out a ladder, drop cloth, and paint roller again as you can stand under the stain and its upward nozzle shoots 3 feet in the air and covers the offending area in seconds.
How Ceiling Saver Works
Ceiling Saver is a spray can that they claim has a dual-purpose formulation of paint and primer. They state the primer works as a stain blocker, while the paint matches the white color and permanently covers the discoloration.
To use Ceiling Saver, they instruct you to simply stand under the stain on the ceiling and push the nozzle. They claim Ceiling Saver will shoot 3 feet into the air, completely eliminating the stain with just one coat and promise it will leave no residue or mess.
Ceiling Saver Costs:
$27.98 for one can of Ceiling Saver (sold as $19.99 plus $7.99 shipping and handling). If you would like a second can of Ceiling Saver, at time of order pay another $7.99 in shipping fees for a total of $35.97.
Telebrands says they have a 100% Satisfaction/Money Back Guarantee; however, you can only get your money back on Ceiling Saver if you return it unused and unopened. You must also include a “detailed” explanation as to why you are returning it or your request could be refused.
Bottom Line: Is Ceiling Saver a Scam?
Ceiling Saver may indeed be an aerosol can that contains white paint and primer, which you spray at your ceiling. As of May 2015, the product is still very new so there are no customer ratings or reviews letting us know whether it works or not.
Here’s what we do know: Telebrands, the company behind Ceiling Saver, does not have a very good reputation with customers. Currently, they have a C- rating from the BBB due to 381 complaints in the last 12 months. In August of 2014, their BBB accreditation was revoked and their grade plunged to an F after a lawsuit was filed by the state of New Jersey for violating their Consumer Fraud Act. (Telebrands denies the charges and their grade appears to be on the upswing.)
Still, here’s a secret that Telebrands doesn’t want you to know: in spite of saying that their products aren’t available in stores, in fact most of them eventually are. The company makes 90% of its sales by placing their products in the “As Seen On TV” aisle of stores like Target, Walgreens, and CVS. If you find and buy it at one of these places in person, it will at least save you on long shipping times and sneaky pricing.
We should also point out to you that Ceiling Saver is not the only stain-removing ceiling sprayer on the market. We found a very similar product called Upshot, made by Kilz, a company that specializes in manufacturing and selling paints that cover stains (whereas Telebrands merely specializes in selling products).
You could also first try removing water stains with a spray bottle and a little bleach.
Please let us know what you think of Ceiling Saver below!
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