This kid has single-handedly put all of my middle school science projects to shame. I could have used this stuff when I still played with LEGO blocks.

Tripp Phillips in a 7th grade student at Dalton Middle School in Georgia. Back when he was in the 3rd grade, he created something called "Le-Glue" for a science project.

It's basically a non-permanent glue that holds the building blocks together. Then when you're done, some warm water will dissolve the Le-Glue and the blocks are undamaged.

This inventor has stuck with his product and he even has a patent for it. Tripp will be on "Shark Tank" next month as part of the show's tenth season. So far, Le-Glue has sold about 8,000 units.