Insta Lift is a graffiti-and-stain removal spray the makers say works on a variety of surfaces. They promise it will remove paint, permanent marker, rust, and more from wherever it is that you don’t want it to be.
This is all well and good, but there are a few other things about Insta Lift that bother us… (see below)
The Insta Lift Pitch
Insta Lift is touted by Art & Michelle Edmunds, professional TV personalities that often work together as a husband-and-wife team – aka ThePitchCouple on YouTube. Art & Michelle energetically demonstrate how Insta Lift will solve all household stain problems, including graffiti, gum, stickers, and more.
How Insta Lift Works
They don’t list the ingredients of Insta Lift but promise it is biodegradable, water-soluble and contains zero VOCs (volatile organic compounds). They explain Insta Lift works at the molecular level to break the bond between surface and goop.
There’s a whole list of do’s and don’ts on their website, but basically they claim you can spray Insta Lift on almost anything. If the stain doesn’t come off right away, repeat and/or use scrubber or power washer to completely remove.
Insta Lift Will Cost You:
$30.89. This is presented as $10.99 for a 12 oz. bottle of Insta Lift plus $9.95 P&H PLUS another $9.95 in handling for the supposedly free bottle. Note that the difference in price between the “free” bottle and the regular bottle is a whopping $1.04 – and since this is technically a shipping charge you won’t get it refunded even if you return within 30 days as allowed.
Bottom Line: Is Insta Lift a Scam?
This product receives generally positive reviews so far (although some felt it was weak in the graffiti-removal department). Here are the issues we see:
- It’s pretty expensive and they make you buy a second bottle, which is supposed to be free, for almost the same retail price.
- They will keep a total $19.90 in fees, even if you return it. You will only get a refund of $10.99.
- If you visit their Arbitration page, you will discover that if you purchase Insta Lift you give up your rights to a trial or class-action lawsuit if you feel you or your property are harmed by this product.
Just some food for thought before you purchase. What did you do? Did you buy it and did Insta Lift remove stains like they promised or did it let you down? Tell us below!