HSN is hiding something about Miracle Clean
Just like many of you, I got my product and went straight to the reviews on the HSN website, only to find they have been pulled. The minute I cleaned my bathroom, I became physically ill. Dizzy, nauseated, light headed, my arms were itching. I have 3 fans going in my house and windows open to get the AWFUL smell out. PLEASE SCREEN SHOT THIS REVIEW because I called customer service and spoke to a woman who was very dismissive about my inquiries and then when I asked for a supervisor, I wanted to know WHY we are being kept in the dark about this product. Luckily I found this page and I am sure there will be legal involvement. This is dangerous, irresponsible (taking the review information down) and hopefully no one gets seriously ill from this horrendous product.
I couldn’t leave a review because it said I didn’t buy the product. Really!!! as it is sitting here in my house!! I wonder how she got the Good Housekeeping seal of approval? The smell alone should of been a red flag. In their magazine they said the cost was $6.00 what a lie. Do the math with the auto-delivery at $17.95. Two bottles $12.00 the shipping is not free. Their not losing any money we are!!
I totally agree with all above comments. Someone gave this to me and the first time I smelled it I felt nauseated. What’s worse is I think it gave me allergenic asthma when I actually used it on my stove.
This product needs a warming label. There is something in here that is toxic.
HSN is hiding a bad product. This product has damaged HSN credibility completely and the hosts talking about how great it is and the smell. I am done with HSN after this false advertising. Yes, it can clean but the smell is nothing like fresh linen fresh out of the dryer smell.
I bet Mindy Grossman is sitting back in some cushy chair as CEO of Weight Watchers (WW) laughing her head off.
I totally agree 1000%! There were a couple of negative reviews and now, all have been pulled from the website! WHY?? What is it they are hiding?
Also, what’s even worse is that 99.77% of the ingredients are not even listed on the bottle!! That throws up RED flags for me! I was a little concerned not being able to find under the description when I placed my order, but this is terrible! How can they get away with only listing .23% of ingredients?!?!??????? Wow.. something definitely sneaky and underhanded at play here.
I too, experienced respiratory distress after using a small amount in an open area. I am still feeling the effects over 24 hours later. This is scary.
I never bought this product and even wonder why JM gets so much hype because her products are reviewed so poorly. I was curious and saw the awful reviews on the community page. I mean really bad comments. I then went to the product and it had I think 68 reviews and was around 2 stars . I went to click on it and you couldn’t. This is not the first time I see that HSN somehow manipulates or hides bad reviews. Does not sit well with me.
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10.16.18 5:11 PM