Transcript for Kidventor: 11-year-old's fresh invention makes everything smell better
that you guys just can't miss and it's time for, you got to see this, kid-ventors edition. Today's guest is an 11-year-old who came up with a way to freshen up your life. Please welcome today's kid-ventor. What's up, man. Good to see you. Hi. How are you? How are you doing? Doing good. Good? Okay, you know where you got to stand? Yes, I do. By your lovely product of course. So what is your name and where are you from? My name is Joshua and I'm from St. Louis, Missouri! All right, all right. What's your pitch, man? My pitch is Mr. Fresh, a formula and scent to get rid of stinky smells in cars. I have six different scents for you to choose from, yellow rose, black ice, cool breeze, Jasmine, baby powder and vanilla. My car air fresheners are designed to get rid of stinky smells in cars and to spray in your vents and all around your car to keep your car spelling fresh with Mr. Fresh all day. Okay. Okay. So why do you go by Mr. Fresh? I go by Mr. Fresh because I love my kicks, I love my hair and I love my car air fresheners to spray in your car. I ain't going to lie, that's one fresh edge-up. That edge-up is fresh, man. You have the best smile, I have to tell you. Can we get a little hit of this Mr. Fresh smell? Yes, you can. Bring it on. Where do I want it? In front of me or on my body? Just spray it in a mist like that. Give us a couple more. Oh, that smells good. Whoa! All right, is that vanilla. It tastes good too, thank you, Joshua. You know what, I really want to put this to the test so I got a gym bag, man. Oh, no. Yeah. If you can make my gym bag smell good, then we're going to start with these shoes. Wait, hold up. That's -- I'll be honest with you, I don't want to touch them. Go ahead. That's some nasty looking shoes. Hold up, that's a big job so I have my big bottle. He speaks the truth. Let's see what you got, man. Come on. You're going to need a little more, Joshua. Let me see what we got here. What is that, like rose? What is that? This is fresh linen. Fresh linen, baby. All right. Let's try my gym bag. That's going to -- stinky. Yeah. That smells like fresh linen the ultimate test, let me see what this -- Oh! We know it works, man, it works. It works. How did you get the idea for Mr. Fresh? Well, I love cars and I wanted to have a car dealership at two years old and I asked my mom and she said no, Josh, you can't have a car dealership at two years old. So then I moved to car air fresheners and she said yes so I'm working from one point to another point to get to a car dealership. My man. You know what you want to do. That's amazing. Are you mixing these scents yourself? What happens is I ask my mom what do I do? I go in my room and brainstorm and then I ask her this and this and we put the chemicals together and we make air fresheners. And your mom, your mom shay is here. Yes, she is. Shay, I want to ask you, has he always been an entrepreneur? Yes, he's always been truly this creative, like, this exploratory type of child. He's always just wanted to learn how to create things always. And he even had a pose like at the age of five. He took a Mr. Fresh pose and I took -- two weeks ago took a pose of him and it was the same exact pose, so he's been that Mr. Fresh of wanting to be somebody. Wow. Love it, love it. Josh, you are awesome. We're going to make sure you are back tomorrow with all our kid-ventors. You have the best smile. Thank you so much for sharing your invention with us. Thank you.
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