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Reviver - product that pioneers an entirely new category of consumer products

February 13, 2013

Billed as a “product that pioneers an entirely new category of consumer products,” Reviver is a reusable clothing wipe that eliminates unwanted aromas on clothes and hair, according to Kusin & Kusin Ltd., the Dallas-based consumer goods company behind the launch.

Users slide the Reviver sleeve over their fingers and rub it against their clothes and hair to release odor-neutralizing compounds and leave behind a just-laundered scent. The amount of freshness is achieved through the length and pressure of the application, according to the company. Each wipe comes in a resealable foil packet and delivers multiple treatments.

Reviver is available in select retail locations and online at www.reviver.com
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