Grip Clean Net Worth: X-Games biker Bryce Hudson invented Grip Clean, all-natural industrial hand soap to remove grease. Grip Clean’s main ingredient is dirt. That’s right; dirt extracts and exfoliates the skin with thick grease. In 2015, the 25-year-old pitched his company to Shark Tank. In return for 20 percent equity, he was seeking $85,000. In exchange for 35%, Hudson accepted Lori Greiner’s bid of $85,000. Robert is interested in hearing about the experience Bryce at the X Games and all the sharks are fascinated with his accomplishments.
When Robert asks if Bryce was ever badly injured, he says, “Yes, that’s why I need to start a business.” Kevin and Mark are interested in learning about distribution in retail. He has a few local motorcycle stores selling the stuff, Bryce says, but he needs the sharks to help get Grip Clean to the market. Kevin is interested in the figures and asks about the item’s price and retail.
Bryce notes that the Grip Clean bottle costs $2.12, the wholesale price is $5 and the retail price in stores is $8.99. Mark asks about rivals and Bryce states that retail rates for competitors differ from $5-8. Mark points out that some buyers do not care enough to buy natural goods, and for Bryce and Grip Clean, this may be an issue.