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13 products you didn't realize were debuted on 'Shark Tank'

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Biggest products of 'Shark Tank'

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Biggest products of 'Shark Tank'

Since 2009, Shark Tank has played a big role in the success of many businesses, some you're no doubt familiar with.

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TenThirtyOne Productions now

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Since the deal, the company has continued to grow, projecting $5 million in sales in 2015. 

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Scrub Daddy

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Scrub Daddy

Scrub Daddy is the biggest success story in Shark Tank history. Aaron Krause made a deal with Lori Greiner. 

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Scrub Daddy now

Since the 2012 deal, Scrub Daddy has now grossed over $75 million and can be found in stores nationwide.

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Copa Di Vino

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Copa Di Vino

Though Copa Di Vino didn't make a deal on Shark Tank, it secured outside investors thanks to the show.

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Copa Di Vino now

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Prior to his first pitch on Shark Tank, James Martin had only $500,000 in sales. He now has $25 million.

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Squatty Potty

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Squatty Potty

Squatty Potty CEO Bobby Edwards made a deal with Lori Greiner for $350,000 for 10 percent equity.

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Squatty Potty now

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In just three months after the deal, Squatty Potty went from $1 million in sales to $12.3 million.

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Groovebook

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Groovebook

Groovebook duo Brian and Julie Whiteman made a deal with Kevin O'Leary and Mark Cuban. 

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Groovebook now

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Groovebook now

Just 11 months after appearing on Shark Tank, Groovebook was sold to Shutterfly for $14.5 million. 

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Nuts 'n More

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Nuts 'n More

The Nuts 'n More team made a deal with Mark Cuban and Robert Herjavec for their protein peanut butters.

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Nuts 'n More now

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Nuts 'n More now

Since Nuts 'n More made its deal, it has over $6 million in sales and a contract with GNC.

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ReadeREST

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ReadeREST

Lori Greiner played hardball with ReadeREST CEO Rick Hopper, but they made a deal: $150,000 for 65 percent equity.

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ReadeREST now

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ReadeREST now

Three years after Greiner and Hopper made their deal, ReadeREST has over $10 million in sales.

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The Paint Brush Cover

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The Paint Brush Cover

Simple but effective, The Paint Brush Cover team made a deal with Lori Greiner for their plastic brush protector.

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The Paint Brush Cover now

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The Paint Brush Cover now

The Paint Brush Cover business made over $1 million in its first year after the tank and can be found in Home Depot.

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Drop Stop

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Drop Stop

Drop Stop inventors Marc Newburger and Jeffrey Simon made a deal with Lori Greiner.

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Drop Stop now

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Drop Stop now

Gross sales for Drop Stop have now exceeded $10 million. The product can be found at Bed Bath & Beyond.

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Grace and Lace

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Grace and Lace

Grace and Lace was popular on Etsy prior to its Shark Tank explosion. They made a deal with Barbara Corcoran.

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Grace and Lace now

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Grace and Lace has gone from $1 million in sales to $15 million in sales since its deal.

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FiberFix

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FiberFix

After a positive response from the Sharks, FiberFix duo Spencer Quinn and Eric Child made a deal with Lori Greiner.

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FiberFix now

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FiberFix now

In just three months with Greiner, FiberFix went from $600,000 in sales to $3 million.

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ScreenMend

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ScreenMend

ScreenMend's Brian Hooks made a deal with Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner for his heat-activated window patch.

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ScreenMend now

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ScreenMend now

ScreenMend's Brian Hooks made a deal with Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner for his heat-activated window patch.

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