Vanish promises 'Dry Clean Like results'

Vanish has created an AR-based digital experience with Avataar.Me for its consumers

NEW DELHI: Are you sceptical when it comes to sales spiel guaranteeing magically whiter and brighter clothes? Now you can be the judge yourself. Stain removal brand Vanish has joined hands with Avataar.Me to create an immersive Augmented Reality (AR) experience for its consumers, enabling them to find out if the stain remover indeed delivers ‘dry clean like results at home’.

The new campaign is based on a study conducted by an external research agency: whether consumers prefer dry cleaning or washing clothes at home. The study found that consumers used dry-cleaning solutions to keep their clothes looking newer for longer. After several rounds of rigorous testing, results indicate that Vanish liquid/powder, when used with regular detergent, provides dry clean like results at home. The stain remover makes your garments look brighter and whiter after every wash, while being gentle and safe on them.

Commenting on the campaign launch, Reckitt Benckiser (Vanish’s parent company) hygiene- South Asia CMO and marketing director Sukhleen Aneja highlighted the fact that they are the first in the segment to introduce a real time immersive demo experience for consumers.

“Consumer needs and demands evolve especially as they adjust to the new normal. Vanish provides ‘dry clean like results at home’ by whitening, brightening and removing stains. This is a perfect solution for consumers who can take care of their everyday clothing and make their clothes last longer while looking brighter and whiter,” she said.

RB hygiene, south Asia director Skand Saksena said the Vanish campaign is all about the maxim ‘seeing is believing’ and showcases the product's efficacy through live demos.

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The digital AR experience will go live in November, added Aneja.

Vanish in both powder and liquid formats is available across the country in modern trade stores, e-commerce sites and local kirana stores. It is priced starting Rs. 59 onwards.

Last year, the brand relaunched the stain-removal laundry product, in line with its strategy to offer premium products to tap into emerging segments. The FMCG major is known for its brands such as Harpic and Lizol household disinfectant.

In 2019, Anglo-Dutch company Reckitt Benckiser had launched its global liquid laundry brand Woolite in India, apart from introducing a chemical-free range of soaps and hand washes under brand Dettol.

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