Eco-Reviver Review and Giveaway

Mommy and I spend a lot of time together and I like to get involved in anything that mommy is doing. I enjoy being helpful and I watch mommy carefully to figure out where I can be useful. Mommy and I are a team and I want to do my part.

I’m not afraid of hard work and I don’t mind getting my hands dirty. In fact I feel that dirty hands are happy hands and I always try to get mine involved in anything that mommy might be doing. Mommy says that some things are not safe for me and that there are household tasks she must put off until I am safely in my bed for a nap. I don’t like that I get left out of these secret activities.

One of thee secrets that mommy keeps from me are contained in the locked cupboard under the kitchen sink. There have been times when I have managed to sneak a peek in there and it is full of bottles with all sorts of colourful fluids, along with boxes of powders and potions, as well as some brushes and cloths of various shapes and colours. I would really like to get my hands in there but mommy keeps that cupboard sealed with a childproof lock and I am not allowed to explore in there at all.

Mommy calls those the cleaning supplies and there are very few of them that mommy will use while I’m around. Whenever mommy finds a new product that is safe to use, she gets excited and is always eager to test how effective it is on the grimy surfaces around our home. When we were contacted by the people at Eco-Reviver mommy was more than willing to put their product to the test.

Eco-Reviver Logo

Soon a package was delivered to our doorstep. Inside the box was a 32 oz bottle of Eco-Reviver along with a second 16 oz bottle. There were also two spray nozzles to fit the bottles along with an Eco-Reviver scrub brush. It’s a good amount of product and the brush is a nice touch.

Eco-Reviver is a unique cleaning product that not only cleans away dirt and grime but restores the material by penetrating deep beneath the surface to lift away pollutants. The best part is that Eco-Reviver is 100% biodegradable and all natural. It uses essential oils, salt nitrates, and natural clover acid to get the job done making it safe to use around pets and little people like me.

This is all great news about Eco-Reviver but even the safest and most natural cleaning product is useless if it doesn’t actually clean. So mommy and I put Eco-Reviver to the test. According to the instructions you need to spray the product on the surface that needs cleaning, wait ten minutes, and then scrub and wipe away with water. How effective will Eco-Reviver prove to be?

We decided to try Eco-Reviver on our kitchen floor. We have some high traffic areas that get quite dirty and mommy’s regular cleaning routine just doesn’t get the gunk out of the grout and tiles in those trouble spots. We chose an area by the stove where cooking splatters tend to get ground in by the many feet that walk there. With our test spot selected, mommy gave it a good spray of product.

Much to my disappointment, mommy didn’t let me actually use the Eco-Reviver, but she did let me watch from a safe distance. She also let me use the Eco-Reviver brush on another part of the kitchen floor while we waited the 10 minutes for the product to work. Scrubbing the floor is great fun.

Peachy scrubbing the floor with the -Reviver scrub brush

Am I doing it right?

Once the 10 minutes were up I again watched while mommy gave the floor a good scrubbing and then wiped the area with a wet cloth. We then let the area air dry so that we could do a fair comparison of the treated section against the untreated parts. To pass the time we played with blocks in the other room.

Once the floor was dry it became quite apparent where our test spot was. The tiles themselves didn’t show much of a difference but the grout was just as bright as it is in the hidden corners of the kitchen where nobody ever walks and nothing is ever spilled. Eco-Reviver really did a great job of lifting the grime away and making the grout look like new.

Eco-Reviver before and after

Untreated dirty grout/Shiny clean grout

The only downside is that the freshly scrubbed spot now makes the rest of the area look that much dirtier. It’s a good thing that we have plenty of Eco-Reviver left to do the rest of the floor. Daddy wants to seal the grout once mommy gets the whole kitchen looking like new again so that future messes don’t seep into the grout as much.

Now for the best part of all. Eco-Reviver and Diary of a Little Peach are partnering up to give you the chance to try their product for free. One lucky winner will receive the Eco-Reviver Special Value Pack which consists of the 32 oz bottle of Eco-Reviver, 16 oz bottle, two spray nozzles, and the Eco-Reviver scrub brush.

Eco-Reviver Special Value Pack

Click here to enter the giveaway.

Open worldwide. Must be 18 years of age or older. Winner will be notified by email. Accepting entries until December 31, 2017.

* For the purpose of this review we were given the Eco-Reviver Special Value Pack free of charge. All views and opinions are honest and our own.


59 thoughts on “Eco-Reviver Review and Giveaway

    • It seems that a great number of people suffer from sensitivities these days. I wouldn’t be surprised if it was due to the fact that we are always bombarded with chemicals and our bodies get overwhelmed. Thanks for visiting.


  1. I’m very wary of harsh chemicals when I’m cleaning because I have very sensitive, eczema prone hands and although I try to always wear rubber gloves, it’s easy to forget when you’re busy or in a hurry to clear up a spill
    Jane Willis

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    • Having to gear up in rubber gloves is just so inconvenient for those daily messes. My mommy always forgets to put on her gloves and then complains of dry skin. That’s why we’re always looking for skin friendly products that still get the job done. Thanks for visiting.


    • I had my own bout of eczema when I was an infant. Luckily I seem to have grown out of it. It was a stressful thing to deal with for both mommy and me. Thanks for visiting.


  2. I’m not overly bothered about chemicals in products providing you stick to using them for the purpose they have been designed and tested for. Although, a few years ago when persil released their New System washing powder it made me itch constantly ๐Ÿ˜ฆ


  3. I feel there has to be a certain amount of germs to build up our immune systems, and I don’t agree with harsh chemicals, even if that’s the only way to destroy bacteria, for that reason xx


  4. I choose to buy eco cleaning products for my home because i believe they are better both for our health and the planet. I’m sure that breathing in some of the harsh chemical cleaners are doing damage to our lungs too.


  5. Natural products are the way forward for my family. Sensitive skin and a new kitten in the family have made me more observant about that products I’m using.


  6. The harsh chemicals in most cleaning solutions are very concerning, especially with little ones around ๐Ÿ˜ฆ Would love to try this product!


  7. entered through the rafflecopter link. I just clicked on the “Click here to enter the giveaway.” link above. I to love anything that is eco friendly. And the testimonials I have found including this review says a lot about the product!


  8. I am slowly changing to a more eco friendly way of life, I’ve started with my laundry detergents so would love to give this a try. All those chemicals are a large concern to me as I have kids.


  9. I think nasty chemicals are definitely a concern. I too think it’s dreadful all the things that we are pumping into the oceans, let alone putting on and into our bodies. Lovely giveaway, thank you for the chance.


  10. I’m actually allergic to most cleaning products so I always seek natural products that still clean and give me peace of mind that my house is clean especially with 3 kids and a dog


  11. My grandson suffers with terrible eczema so we are all careful not to use anything that might cause a flare up, thanks for the great review


  12. I’m a fan of eco products because I just don’t see why we should be using chemicals when we don’t have to. i’m sure that’s why our allergies are all at bay (we’ve all got lots of allergies in our family – even the dog!)


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