22 “Shark Tank” Products Worth Your Money
Whether the Sharks decide to invest or not, this show features some creative products. Here are the “Shark Tank” products that are worth buying.
The Scrub Daddy is one of the most well-known Shark Tank products. Although a sponge might not seem like the coolest product, anyone who’s slaved over the sink trying to get a pan clean will love it. The texture of the sponge changes based on the temperature of the water making it easier to scrub. Plus, the smiley face sun design gives you access to tough-to-reach corners. Here are insider secrets to help you save at all your favorite stores.
Brides often spend thousands of dollars on a wedding dress. And this Shark Tank product solves one of the biggest issues they face—using the bathroom in a big puffy gown. The Bridal Buddy is a slip worn under your dress that lets you pull your dress up for easy access to the bathroom.
This product eliminates lingering odors on clothes including everything from sweat and smoke to stinky foods. These dry reusable sheets are safe for sensitive skin and don’t have a strong scent.
The Better Back
Good posture is key to your overall health, and the Better Back could help you improve your slouching habit. This supportive posture trainer lets you sit comfortably anywhere. It is also portable, so you can take it from your office to your home and anywhere in-between. These are the signs a shopping site is fake.
This product stops your phone, keys, and other items from falling into the space between your car’s seat and the center divider.
This bathroom sink drain stopper prevents clogged drains and catches hair with a unique basket-like design.
Nuts N’ More
Peanut butter lovers looking for an extra punch of protein will love Nuts N’ More. The nut butter company sells creative flavors like chocolate maple pretzel and cookie butter. In comparison to your average nut butter, Nuts N’ More products are lower in sugar, and higher in protein and fiber. Here are the Amazon hacks you need to know to save money while shopping online.
Rocketbook Wave Smart Notebook
This Shark Tank product is perfect for people who love hand-written notes, but also like to keep digital files. The Rocketbook Wave is a reusable notebook that uses your microwave—yes, you read that correctly—to erase the pages. Before erasing, you can use the corresponding app to capture each page of your notes for automatic upload to Google Docs, Dropbox, and more. You can scribble away and erase your work up to five times.
The Seventy2 by Uncharted Supply Company
This survival kit has everything you could think of for an emergency. There are water filtration systems, first-aid kits, gloves, and more—all in one convenient pre-packed bundle. These are the Amazon Prime benefits you might not know about.
Thompson Sweat-Proof Hydro-Shield Tee
No need to worry about underarm sweat stains with this shirt. Built-in underarm sweat pads guarantee to stop pit sweat. There are a few styles and colors, and all are made in the USA!
You can finally keep your glasses in place with a quick application of this product. The wax is made of 100 percent all-natural ingredients and lasts about eight months.
The Spatty Daddy
Average spatulas have one major flaw—they don’t fit in every jar or container. That’s what makes this product so great; the narrow spatula fits into almost any bottle opening so you can limit waste and get the last of your product.
This doctor-recommended step helps you go to the bathroom with ease.
Yes, this detergent grows on trees. These organic soap berries from the Himalayas can go directly into your washing machine for laundry use—or for your own DIY cleaning recipes. You can reuse the berries up to 10 times, and they act as a fabric softener too. These are the Black Friday mistakes you’re probably making.
FunBites Food Cutter
This curved blade cutter easily dices fruits and vegetables into cute bites and shapes
This all-natural puppy-potty training-pad has real grass. The disposable grass patch protects your unvaccinated puppy while training them to go to the bathroom on real grass.
This liquid solution fixes washing machine shrinking mistakes. The product specifically works with wool, cashmere, and merino sweaters.
Replacing a whole screen seems unnecessary when there is just a small tear or hole. Screenmend lets you repair rips and tears in window screens, screen doors, and tent mesh—all you need is a hairdryer. These are the money mistakes millennials don’t realize they’re making.
Everyone can have the edge brownie piece with this creative pan. The unique design adds two edges to every brownie.
These reusable silicone baggies could replace your plastic ones. These self-sealing non-plastic bags keep foods fresh and are safe for the freezer, microwave, dishwasher, and boiling water.
BuggyBeds detect and trap bed bugs before infestation. The custom formula is non-toxic and pesticide free. You can place the traps under your mattress or around your home. Next, check out the free things on the Internet everyone should take advantage of.
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