Grip Clean

SEASON 7 EPISODE 8
PitchHeavy duty, grease-cutting, hand cleaners, hand soaps and hand care products
EntrepreneurBryce Hudson
Asked For$85,000 for 20%
Deal$85,000 for 35%
SharkLori Greiner
StatusIN BUSINESS

Company Background

What is Grip Clean?

Grip Clean is a natural, plant-based hand cleaning product designed for athletes, active lifestyles, and busy families. It is easy to use and is available in a convenient bottle. There are no harsh chemicals used in the creation of the product. Dirt is a part of the Grip Clean solution. The soap is made entirely from organic ingredients. Its hand soap is made with olive oil, coconut oil, mud, and dirt as an exfoliator, making this a great hand soap and scrub.

Who Owns Grip Clean?

Bryce Hudson is the founder and current CEO of Grip Clean. Before becoming the “Soap Boy”, Bryce was a professional motorcross athlete who spent the majority of time either riding or working on motorcycles.

Founder’s Story

Known for his participation in the X Games and his interest in motorcycles, Bryce Hudson is an X Games star. Because dealing with bikes always results in greasy and oily hands, Bryce has found that he has trouble removing grease and oil from his hands.

While Bryce covered his hands in the dirt to try and cover the bike grease, he frequently found himself distracted because his hands were too filthy to concentrate. After this, a brilliant idea occurred to him. He created a hand cleaning product to assist those who have similar needs.

Despite already sustaining many injuries, Bryce realizes that he will eventually stop competing in the X Games. Bryce is hopeful that this company will be his future, and he’s making every effort to make it successful.

To get Grip Clean into the US market, Bryce understood that just having a great personal profile would not be enough. Additional funding and business ties with potential suppliers and distributors were required to start on his own. He went to the Shark Tank as a way to get what he needed for his business.

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