Jason Foster, founder of Replenish, was ironing his shirts one day when he realized that a large, clunky, disposable bottle of ironing spray was 90% water and less than 10% actual ingredients. In fact, Foster realized this was true for almost all the household products we buy. This means we are creating tremendous amounts of waste by shipping water we already have in our homes in plastic bottles we don't need.
Foster envisioned a simple design that would turn a disposable bottle into a reusable tool for good, capable of eliminating waste and saving money. When it was time to scale up from initial pilot molds, his team worked with R&D/Leverage for its injection mold building expertise.
The result is the Replenish Refill System, a reusable bottle that attaches directly to a concentrate refill pod. It is a new design that turns a disposable bottle into a reusable tool for good, capable of eliminating waste and saving money.
The design is already being adopted. CleanPath is the first consumer brand to incorporate this unique new design.
Replenish aims to turn the packaging industry upside down. The company’s patented Refill System allows you to easily mix concentrate liquids inside the bottle by turning the bottle upside down, squeezing concentrate from the refill pod into the built in measuring cup and adding water.
Replenish is a clean way to clean.