Black & Decker Tide Buzz Ultrasonic Stain Remover SR2000

tide-buzzStubborn stains can be a pain to get rid off from your clothes, but fret not – we’re pretty sure there is at least one great quality detergent which is able to do so somewhere, or you can always look to the Black & Decker Tide Buzz Ultrasonic Stain Remover SR2000 to get the job done. All you need to do is place the hand wand on the stain, using a potent combination of Tide Ultrasonic Cleaning Fluid and ultrasonic energy in order to create shockwaves that loosen stains out of the fabric and onto the disposable Stain Catcher Pad. Perfectly safe for all types of fabrics, the Ultrasonic Stain Remover ought to be able to handle tea, coffee, grease, motor oil, blood, ink, grass, wine, butter, gravy, lipstick, make up, curry, and clay stains with ease and aplomb. Anyone can vouch for its effectiveness?

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12 thoughts on “Black & Decker Tide Buzz Ultrasonic Stain Remover SR2000”

  1. I can vouch for the Buzz. It’s better than any other product (stain sticks, liquids, etc) and I’ve been really impressed with how it can get out some stains that have been through the dryer. It works best on white clothes because you can “buzz” as much as you want. With colored clothes you have to know when to stop: I actually removed black Sharpie marker from a light green dress but I overdid it because the green is faded where I went crazy.

  2. CNSP: Thanks for the input, at least it’ll give the curious more confidence of trying this device out whenever they’re faced with tough stains! 🙂 Sorry to hear about your light green dress though…

  3. To the contrary of CNSP, I tried this product for a variety of stains on a variety of fabrics. It’s not superior to soap and water or antistain spray and requires propietary cleaning solution.

  4. Insert fluid container, logo side up.
    Place pad underneath garment.
    Hold wand vertically & press Fluid button
    Press Energy button and run over stain.
    Give up and use alternative stain-remover & launder.

  5. Of course it doesn’t need the proprietary stain remover. Figure out a way to fill a left-over container with plain water, use castille soap on the stain, and use the ultrasonic Tide Buzz on the castille soap/stain. The ultrasonic idea makes sense. Any soap or detergent should work great with it. I don’t know about removing Sharpie ink, but food and wine stains or dirt, etc. seem reasonable.

  6. Try sears.com or amazon.com for refill solution. As for an adapter try getting with Black and Decker on that. Good Luck!

  7. Try RadioShack for a generic one if B&D can’t help. Take the unit with you and find a connector (that plugs onto the unit) that fits snuggly (it has to be a snug connection).
    The transformer part that plugs into the wall needs to have an output of 15Volts DC @ 1000MilliAmps.

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