GarmaGuard Update

GarmaGuard Clothing Disinfectant Update | Season 12

Bianca and Peter Badawy have dirty jobs and don’t want to expose their kids to hazardous uniforms when they come home at the end of their shifts. That’s why they created a disinfectant spray to quickly sanitize their clothing. Will they earn a deal on Shark Tank Season 12? Find out in our GarmaGuard update!

Shark Tank GarmaGuard Update

GarmaGuard Update

  • Entrepreneur: Bianca and Peter Badawy
  • Business: Natural disinfectant for clothing
  • Ask: $100,000 for 10% equity
  • Result: No Deal
  • Shark:  None

Bianca and Peter brought their natural spray sanitizer for clothing called GarmaGuard to Shark Tank Season 12. As a nurse and police detective, they have plenty of opportunities to test their product in real life!

On-The-Go Deodorizer
Garma Guard Clothing Spray

Garma Guard is an Eco Friendly aerosol spray that Eliminates odors that linger on Fabric, Furniture, Backpacks, Gym Bags, Shoe freshener, and hat spray deodorizer! A necessity for every household!

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The couple claimed that their sanitizing spray was the first all-natural on-the-go garment and fabric cleanser of its kind. Not only did it sanitize, but it also helped with odor, and kept dirt and grime under control.

The sharks seemed interested in the product right off the bat, and wanted to know if it would help customers save money on dry cleaning. Bianca and Peter assured the sharks that it would.

With COVID-19 being an issue at the time of airing, the sharks were also interested as to whether or not the product would kill the virus. While Bianca and Peter were confident it would, they said they couldn’t make the claim without getting it lab tested, which would take 6-12 months.

Launching just 18 months prior, GarmaGuard already had $476,000 in lifetime sales at the time of filming. They were also on pace to have around $500,000 in sales by the end of 2020, an impressive accomplishment!

The product retailed for $12.99, costing $1.85 to produce. They were sold on their company website, as well as through various other online retailers. Further, they had a 20% profit margin on all sales, which the sharks were happy with.

Though the sharks all liked the product, none of them felt that Bianca or Peter needed an investment. Because they didn’t receive any offers, the couple was forced to leave Shark Tank Season 12 without a deal.

What happened after the tank? Did the company succeed despite not getting a deal? Keep reading our GarmaGuard update to find out!

We have great news to share in our GarmaGuard update! Despite not getting a deal during Season 12, the product seems to be a hit with customers and has hundreds of positive reviews on its website.

In our GarmaGuard update research, we also found that Bianca and Peter have partnered with professional athletes to promote the brand. So far, GarmaGuard has partnered with UFC and MMA fighters and the Minnesota Vikings Parry Nickerson.

Products are available on the GarmaGuard website, and on Amazon if you’d like to give the spray a try for yourself!

For updates on the other products featured in Season 12 Episode 1, be sure to check the links below:

For more on companies and products, be sure to check out our Season 12 products page!

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