How many times have you or your children spent hours constructing a structural masterpiece out of Legos or building blocks, only to have it topple over or fall apart? Middle-Schooler Tripp Phillips appeared on Season 10, Episode 1 of the Shark Tank to introduce a solution. Phillips developed non-permanent glue that can keep Legos and other building blocks together without ruining the blocks.
Tripp was seeking an investment of $80,000 in exchange for a 15% equity state in his business. He secured a deal with Kevin O'Leary for 50% of licensing royalties until O'Leary recoups his investment. After that, will become a 20% stakeholder in the company.
Le-Glue is a non-toxic, temporary glue that is strong enough to hold blocks together, but can be dissolved in warm water. It is made of food-grade materials, so it's safe for kids. Le-Glue is EPA, CPSC and OSHA compliant and is easy to use.
CleanGuard® antimicrobial agents prevent mold or fungal growth. Le-Glue is easy to use . You just tap the brick lightly into the jar of glue and attach it to another brick.