Next up is Clean Sleep seeking $1.5 million for 15 percent equity.

Clean Sleep aims to inform people as to how dirty their mattress can be, therefore, resulting in them using the “clean machine.” The mattress cleaner uses UV light, a powerful vacuum, as well as dry steam. It cleans the mattress in 15 minutes.

They offer the service to both residential areas and hotels, with hotels needing a cleaning more often. It costs $89.95 and have made over $100,000 in the past 18 months.

Wanting to “make things happen,” the entrepreneurial spirit was instilled in him as a teenager.

Social reactions from Clean Sleep’s appearance on Shark Tank:

Robert Herjavec demonstrates the two types of proof of concept, which he says he has not exactly proven yet. Barbara Corcoran finds it too confusing, so goes out, as does Herjavec for the lack of direction.

Mark Cuban agrees with Herjavec and goes out. Lori Greiner sees the benefit in the hotel business but finds the time for growth too long. She goes out.

Kevin O’Leary likes the idea but thinks he came in too early, therefore, going out.

Final deal: None.

What did you think of the Clean Sleep concept?