After 12 seasons, Shark Tank has brought us a lot of entertainment and a lot of cool home products. To find out which ones are still for sale, we combed through Shark Tank's product list and picked out some of the most notable items. From cleaning products to pillows that feature a hoodie, get ready for a trip down memory lane (and perhaps your next purchase).
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Featured in Season 1, these baskets are made of recycled chopsticks that would otherwise go to waste.
These non-toxic cleaning wipes are meant to tackle messes involving a lot of grease and grime.
After Season 2 of Shark Tank, Kiersten Hathcock went on to launch her own line of modern kid's furniture.
This apron is printed with everything you need to know to convert baking measurements.
This laundry bag rises up as weight is removed, meaning you don't have to bend over to remove all your laundry.
This eco-friendly laundry detergent is made from dried soap berries that contain a natural soap.
This Season 4 product remains firm in cold water and soft in hot water, so it works for every type of mess you could possibly encounter.
Now made by company Honey-Can-Do, this magnetic organizer is perfect for creating a wall-based garden.
This hooded pillowcase will make your head feel like it's in a cozy cocoon. They also have a travel version!
You can say goodbye to bugs getting all over your picnic food.
It's a bean bag chair, but it could also be a bed!
The Rapid Ramen maker will make perfect ramen for you in a matter of three minutes.
These eco-friendly cleaning products are plant-based and biodegradable.
Formerly known as Doorbot, the Ring Video Doorbell got its start on Season 5 of Shark Tank.
These are the first washable, reusable paper towels.
Thanks to this lightbulb, you can have full control over your lighting right from your smartphone.
This lamp unfolds from a book, making it a functional and unique light source.
Safe Grabs allows you to pull hot items out of the microwave without burning your hands.
These play mats for kids were designed to look like stylish rugs.
These automated indoor gardens take all the stress out of gardening.
These eco-friendly storage bags can be washed and then reused.
This guard saves you (and your stove) from getting covered in cooking splatter.
DrainWig catches all the hair that goes down your shower drain, so you'll never have to deal with clogged pipes ever again.
These eco-friendly cleaning products were a Season 11 star.
Anna is a Los Angeles-based writer and editor who covers lifestyle and design content for Hunker. She's written for Apartment Therapy, the L.A. Times, Forge, and more. She previously worked as the lifestyle editor at HelloGiggles and deputy editor at So Yummy. Her email: firstname.lastname@example.org