Scotch-Brite unveils campaign to promote Scrub Pad

26 Jun,2015

By A Correspondent


Scotch-Brite has unveiled a new campaign to re-launch its, a unique wave shapedscrubber with the power of stain cutters.


In a low involvement category with very little perceived differentiation, where many small players with similar looking green pads exist, it was important to communicate the superiority of Scotch-Brite scrub pad. Hence the agency’s starting point was to identify the one singular benefit and elevate it. An enormous amount of research, showed us that this key benefitis its long life.


The TVC is an exaggerated and humorous twist to how Scotch-Brite acquired its quality of long life. ‘The Legend of Scotch-Brite’ depicts a woman washing utensils when an old man comes and asks her for some water. The old man then transforms into a divine beingand pleased with the woman’s generosity of spirit, asks her what boon she’d like. The woman wishes for long life. But while granting the boon,the divine being gets distracted and the ray of light from his palm instead hits the scrub pad near her, the scrub pad turning into Scotch-Brite scrub pad – with really long life.


Ram Jayaraman, Executive Creative Director, GREY group Bangalore says:“Scotch-Brite Scrub Pad is not just the category leader, but is the category itself. It’s the only scrub pad with Stain Cutters – innovative Alox particles that treat dirt like dirt. This pad lasts so much longer than other me-too green pads that it feels like a divine miracle. The film is a respectful – albeit entertaining – attempt to demystify the legend.”


Sanjit Satapathy, Country Business Leader, Consumer Business Group, 3M says: “We have a superior product. Scotch-Brite Scrub Pad, with stain cutters and unique s-shape has a really long life. We needed an interesting way to communicate this benefit and our agency, GREY, brought this out quite beautifully with their funny, quirky script that all of us liked.  The result – a very interesting TVC communicating the product benefit in a way that is unique to this category.”


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