Introducing the Revolutionary New Rewinder Mask: Reusable, Waterproof & Antibacterial

On a mission to eliminate single-use materials, Rewinder has helped avoid the disposal of almost 2,500,000 single-use masks since the release of its reusable model.

July 4, 2020 —

Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain – Spanish brand Rewinder, formerly Quiquere Bags, is pleased to announce the release of its new Rewinder40 mask. Organic, antibacterial, water-repellent, washable up to forty times and biodegradable, the mask has a double layer that repels liquids in and out. Made from 100% organic cotton, the Rewinder40 is comfortable to wear and is even machine washable.

The company’s main objective is to contribute to a new global behavior by eliminating single-use materials, and so far it seems to be achieving its goal. Since the Rewinder40 mask was launched, 65,000 units have been sold, saving the disposal of almost 2,500,000 single-use masks.

“We’re so proud of what we’ve accomplished so far,” says company founder Raquel Rodríguez. “Rewinder is all about building a better present for all of us. We’re totally committed to environmental and social commitment. And not only are we helping to drastically reduce environmental pollution, we are also helping to boost the local economy by providing employment opportunities.”

Rodríguez explains that Rewinder has been hard at work since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic to find ways to help in the fight against the spread of the virus. With a focus on personal safety, care for the environmental, and the revival of the local economy, the team finally came up with Rewinder40, which offers the user a higher degree of safety than any disposable mask on the market. With great filtering power and the ability to repel 100% of all types of liquids, the Rewinder40 is approved by ITEL and certified of European Conformity (CE) for families, companies and industries.

Additionally, Rewinder has committed to donate 5% of its profits to the Red Cross and SOS Children's Villages, which will receive a total of 6,000 Rewinder masks, ultimately preventing the use of 240,000 disposable masks.

About the Company

Rewinder wants to offer an alternative to the use of single-use materials in the manufacture and design of ecobags, masks and accessories for the home, industry and commerce in order to replace the use of plastic. Rewinder's philosophy is to prioritize the protection of the planet and the well-being of its social environment based on innovation.

Rewinder products and masks can be purchased through the rewinder.eco online store, also in pharmacies and other retail outlets in Spain.

Contact Info:
Name: María Jesús Lillo
Email: Send Email
Organization: Rewinder
Phone: +34 618798083
Website: https://rewinder.eco/es

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