"Can you please revert it to its original state?" seems perfectly acceptable to me.1977 Evening Post (Nottingham) 24 Jan. 2/7 The suggestion to revert a central site to agricultural use seems both practical and sensible.
1996 Nature 4 Apr. 384/2 For monogenic diseases with a later age of onset,..there is often a chance of reverting the risk to near normal.
There's both AE and BE citations, starting from 1856. It's clearly not the commonest use of "revert", but the meaning is clear, and I'm all for keeping words in use.To cause to return to a former function or condition