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First Saturday Lime on Shark Tank: What makes it special and where to buy it

First Saturday Lime will make their pitch tonight on Shark Tank
First Saturday Lime will make their debut on Shark Tank tonight. Pic credit: ©first_saturday_lime/Instagram

The hit ABC series, Shark Tank, gives entrepreneurs a chance to pitch their ideas in hopes of gaining an investor for their product.

First Saturday Lime will make their debut tonight as they pitch their idea to the self-made tycoons who make up the judging panel.

But, before the episode airs, let’s learn a little more about the company.

First Saturday Lime: what makes it special?

The unique name comes from the fact that they make their  “applications on the first Saturday of the month,” added to the fact that their base products are lime/limestone.

The family-oriented company has been in farming for generations, and their father was known for using natural products on the field.

“We knew from working alongside him that you could also use types of lime as a pesticide, but traditional hydrated lime is caustic and dangerous to work with,” the family said on their website.

“With the help of a chemist (and a lot of patience!), we created a patent-pending solution that had never existed before: a non-caustic lime and limestone formula that was tough on bugs but totally safe for humans and pets. And First Saturday Lime was born.”

As for the adorable frog logo, “When we started out creating First Saturday Lime, a little frog became a frequent visitor to our warehouse. We called that the frog Ricardo, after our Dad, Richard, and Ricardo stuck around until First Saturday Lime launched.”

They also added: “Not only were frogs our Dad’s favorite animal, but they’re naturally pest-controlling creatures just like us! Now we put a little Ricardo on every bag of First Saturday Lime.”

First Saturday Lime: where to buy

You can purchase all the products on the company website.

So far, there are two products, one being antibacterial wet-wipes which sell for only $2.99.

However, First Saturday Lime’s best seller is the insect repellent, which is available in two different sizes – the five-pound package retails for $16.99 on the website, and the 20-pound bag sells for $27.99.

The patent-pending products are eco-friendly, offer anti-microbial protection, and are safe for “children, pets, animals and organic farming.”

The company has already been featured in Better Homes & Garden, Inc., and Pet+, but tonight they’ll make their Shark Tank debut!

Their selling point is: “We are a family that loves being outside. Since we were kids, we always had animals to chase after, gardens to tend, and fields to run around in. Now that we have kids of our own, we want to make sure those experiences continue in a way that’s safe for them and safe for the environment.”

You can watch First Saturday Lime make their pitch when Shark Tank airs Fridays at 8/7c on ABC.

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JANET HIENEMAN
JANET HIENEMAN
2 years ago

I just saw the Saturday Night Lime presentation on Shark Tank. They told the sharks that a 20 lb. bag sold for $19.99. I went to their website, and other sites who sold it, and it SELL FOR $29.99!!!! Did they lie to the sharks in order to get a deal???? I did want to buy a bag; however, now I don’t know if I want to buy it or not!!!

JANET HIENEMAN
JANET HIENEMAN
2 years ago

I just saw the Saturday Night Lime presentation on Shark Tank. They told the sharks that a 20 lb. bag sold for $19.99. I went to their website, and other sites who sold it, and it SELL FOR $29.99!!!! Did they lie to the sharks in order to get a deal???? I did want to buy a bag; however, now I don’t know if I want to buy it or not!!!

Francisco
Francisco
2 years ago

Janet Hieneman, I watched the Shark Tank last night as well. The company said they sell the Lime for $19.99 wholesale and the retail price is $27.99. That is understandable to me! I have two 20 lb. bags of this stuff in my Amazon cart right now, but I’m debating about placing the order because the young lady said the cost to make the stuff is only $2, that’s a lot of mark-up. It makes me wonder if just buying some barnyard lime from the lumber yard or home improvement center would be just as effective, 50 lbs. is around half the price? I think I am going to give this a try though, hopefully, it won’t be so caustic to the lungs as regular lime is. BTW, the very best part of Shark Tank last night was at the very end of this presentation when Kevin made the 25% offer over Lori and it was quickly accepted without hesitation! The look on Lori’s face was priceless and don’t get me wrong I like Lori but I get tired of the manipulating!