Who owns The Scrubbie?

The trio of Tyler Kessler, Jeff Dakin, and Matt Hosey, headed into the Shark Tank during Season 12 to pitch The Scrubbie, a universal cleaning attachment that connects to garden hoses and kitchen sink sprayers. The founders asked for $100,000 for 10% equity but ended up walking away without a deal.

What episode is The Scrubbie on Shark Tank?

Tyler Kessler, Jeff Dakin and Matt Hosey pitch The Scrubbie, a scrubbing sponge attachment that attaches to a kitchen sink sprayer and garden hose. The three friends who call themselves the “side hustle homies” pitch their product in Shark Tank episode 1224.

Who is the CEO of Scrub Daddy?

Aaron Krause is an accomplished entrepreneur and inventor with more than 20 years of experience in patenting and manufacturing innovative products. With patented products in major big-box retailers by such industry giants as 3M Company, Krause prides himself on hard work, dedication and imagination.

Is Scrub Daddy still successful?

Today holding the title of Shark Tank US’s greatest monetary success, Aaron has sold more than 25 million of his revolutionary smiley-faced cleaning sponge Scrub Daddy, and the company is worth upwards of US$170 million. “Despite what you might think, this product was no overnight success story.

How much did Shark Tank pay for Scrub Daddy?

On the Shark Tank episode originally airing in October 2012, Lori Greiner made a 20% equity stake deal with Krause for $200,000. The following day, Greiner and Krause sold out of 42,000 sponges in under seven minutes on QVC. Greiner then helped Scrub Daddy to be sold in retail stores such as Bed, Bath & Beyond.

How rich is the Scrub Daddy CEO?

How much does Scrub Daddy’s owner make? According to Venturejolt, as of 2022, Aaron Krause’s net worth is over $70 million.