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Tide Buzz Ultrasonic Stain Remover


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  • APPLICA/BLACK & DECKER #SR2000 Stain Remover System
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  • Shipping Weight: 12 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000228KJY
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #967,149 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Ensure stain-free laundry before you wash with the Tide Buzz Ultrasonic Stain Remover. This innovative tool from Black & Decker uses ultrasonic energy waves and a powerful Tide ultrasonic cleaning solution to remove most tough stains instantly and completely. Ultrasonic Buzz technology breaks up stains while absorbent pads trap stain particles to prevent spreading. Even removes some set-in stains. Imported.

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I suspect clogging in either the tube to the wand or the wand itself.
C. Wagner
It still had chocolate stains so I hung it to dry so the stain wouldn't set in the dryer and I used the buzz on it.
J. Bonavita
Can't fix it - it needs a slotted-screwdriver (not a torx as another comment mentioned).
Wilddog

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Reader on July 26, 2005
I've tried 4 different units (3 sent free by the manufacturer after my original purchase). All worked fine at first, but then the sprayer and/or the ultrasound device on the wand stopped working. They were kind enough to give me a full refund after the fourth one failed.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By R K Menning on September 26, 2004
Fair is Fair, as they say, and I had previously given this product a bad rating due to my hearing loss and impatience.
Because I couldn't hear a buzz when I set it to cotton, I assumed I had a unit that was defective. My wife told me to hold it close to my ear. After finally hearing it, I followed the dirctions and removed several bad stains for the most part including ink stains in my shirt pocket. It helped to give the stains a shot of Shout afterwards before washing. Most stains completely disappeared.
As consumers reports suggested,it is just as effective with a white cotton cloth under the stain when applying the electronic wand with solution.
I also found it to be more effective if I did not let the stain dry out and used the wand as soon as possible. In my opinion...with patient application as instructed...this product is definitely worth it's price
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By David Owens on March 4, 2006
when this works, it does remove stains. Unfortunately, it will work once or twice, then not at all. I bought one at Wal-Mart, and after two weeks it quit. I sent it back and got a replacement. It failed almost immediately. The soap does not go thru the wand. I do not know what the design problem is, but Black & Decker is not fixing this turkey. Do not buy this under any circumstances. In fact, I should write the Attorney General and complain. It makes you wonder: do the idiots who market this use it?
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Dan on August 1, 2004
We got this as a shower gift, and it got out a set-in makeup stain in about 5 minutes. I was even able to get some spots out of our rug that we'd tried EVERYTHING to remove.

I also used it to get barbecue sauce out of a t-shirt.

In both instances, I could clearly see the stain on the stain-catching pads.

I LOVE this machine and would reccomend it to anyone.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Photoguy on January 2, 2011
Have had the unit over five years for occasional tough stains and works perfectly. When not in use, I take out the solution bottle, which has a stopper at the end so nothing leaks. When ready to use again, I put in the solution, and hold the tip under water. I scrub any crust off the tip and push the ultrasonic activation. You can see it readily misting the water stream. I then push the solution feed and bingo it begins to feed perfectly. Any clog is gone and I'm in business. As for any stain, don't let it set. Soak it in water for a day or so with stain remover on it or liquid detergent or Oxyclean. Then it is ready to have the stain removed. If you wash clothing in hot water before removing the stain, it will set the protein and make it much harder to remove. Just to prove a point, I did clean a white T shirt that had a set chocolate milk stain on it. The Tide system did remove it, but it took about an hour of work, after I let the stain soak for about a day.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By C. Wagner on July 8, 2005
I tried it a couple of months ago. I tried to remove an ink stain from the bottom of a shirt pocket -- not a fair test because the SR2000 had to go through two layers of cloth. It got some of the ink onto the catch pad, lightened the stain, and spread it out. So now the stain is lighter and bigger.

Today I tried it again. It's dead in the water! The main unit gets power, but the wand does not. I suspect clogging in either the tube to the wand or the wand itself. I noticed that the fluid, if it is allowed to dry out, forms a crust.

Customer service is just messages like, "We value our customers, one of our customer service professionals will join you on the line momentarily." It continues like this for ten minutes, then you are cut off.

I am going to send them a certified letter and see if I can get them to honor their warranty. With names like Tide and Black & Decker behind this product, the poor service is amazing.

UPDATE: I finally contacted them by phone. (Note: They boast "24/7" customer service, but it's only during normal business hours.) I had to pay them $5, then they sent me a replacement.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 2, 2004
This is really a money making machine, it is not for getting stains out of anything.
I spent 20 minutes trying to get a small stain out, it faded a little, I used two of the pads in the process and I still have a stain.
Rather use something else, a little elbow grease perhaps - that would work much better!
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie E. Blaine on January 20, 2013
This unit does exactly what it claims to do! I haven't had any trouble with it and it's removed some stains, and mostly removed other stains, for me.

It's completely removed old, set-in food grease stains from my 100% cotton sweat shirt & hubby's white dress shirts for work; old, set-in God alone knows what stains (foods, automotive grease, dog slobber, and all kinds of mystery stains) that hubby gets on his white shirts & slacks for work; blood stains from my clothes (I work with animal rescue) and antique car and my truck upholsteries; chocolate from my white cotton nightgowns (3:00am kitchen raids - lol). I rarely have the time to stop and change clothes at the time my clothing gets stained, and put the garment(s) in the wash tub to soak while the stain is fresh... although that IS the ideal thing to do for stain-fighting. Nevertheless, the Buzz unit seems to get 95% of everything we throw at it out of our garments and upholstery. And it gets about 90% of the remaining stains out, leaving a much-faded and smaller stain that is far less noticeable.

I never have enough of the pads. When I buy refills, there's always more solution left over and no pads left. (It doesn't take much solution to get rid of a stain. You just have to know how to apply the solution properly - slowly, patiently, from the outermost edge of the stain inwards, in a spiral or circular fashion, so you don't spread it and make it bigger. The people who complained that the stain got bigger didn't follow that important direction, obviously. Keep applying the wand tip even after the solution has stopped coming out of the wand (because the ultrasonic waves are still being emitted) until the wand tip 'catches' on the fabric again.
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