Black & Decker S300 ScumBuster Cordless Wet Scrubber
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- Ideal for all bathroom or kitchen scrubbing needs
- Submerges in water without harm, can also be used outdoors
- Comes with 4-inch scrub pad, 3-inch area brush, detail brush, and a 4-inch mild pad
- Also includes one detachable battery and charger
- Light-weight; two-year warranty
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It wiped out that colony in a heartbeat. I did the whole tub in about 5 minutes. It used to take me 20 and my arm and back would hurt when I was done. The scumbuster even got rid of that nasty gunk between the tiles in the shower.
I then did hte toilet which was also disgusting and it cleaned it right up in about 3 minutes. I cleaned the sink and it now shines.
I also used my Scumbuster on the kitchen stove. I made Spaghetti a few weeks ago and the sauce splattered everywhere. I didn't clean it out of spite. But i used my scumbuster and it was no problem.
Basically, you can use this thing anywhere you'd use a sponge. And you can use any cleaner you want. I used Soft Scrub and Windex in the bathroom and kitchen.
The only bad part is that when you get it you'll probably all ready to clean - you know, you're in the zone! But you have to wait 6 hours for the battery to charge before you can do anything. After that it's all good.
Each scrubber is incredibly easy to put on and take off. In fact the whole thing is easy to use. I only read the directions once to see how long the battery had to charge. Other than that, it's all self-explanatory.
Also, I love the color of the Scumbuster!
Scrubbing the tub has become an almost enjoyable experience instead of one to be dreaded. The previous owners of our house used hair dye in the fiberglass shower and it stained the floor. With the scumbuster, we were able to almost entirely remove the dye. I had failed miserably trying to clean the same area by hand.
It's nice to be able to recharge the versa pak batteries instead of having to use disposables.
We've owned our Scumbuster for over two years and it's still running just as well as the first day we bought it.
After purchasing the S300, I found out there's an S400, which comes with 8 attachments, and an S500, which comes with 10 attachments. I called Black and Decker, and found out those are the exact same appliance, with the only difference being the number of accessories and a carrying caddy (which I haven't been able to find separately). Attachments are readily available on the internet (and in some stores), and include a dome bristle brush, wire bristle brush, lemon scented soap pads, automotive accessories, and barbeque scrubbing tools. The SB runs on a rechargeable battery pack that holds a charge for ½ hour and can be used in other Black and Decker appliances.Read more ›
The unit itself looks like it belongs in a futuristic movie. The scumbuster is covered in a grippy aqua-colored layer that will not slip out of your hand even when soaked or underwater. Since its easy to hold onto, it makes using the device relatively easy. The variety of brushes are handy for cracks, crevices, and corners as well as the larger brushes for cleaning the large smooth areas of the tub. The scumbuster makes cleaning the sides of the tub (which are normally hard to apply enough pressure to clean effectively) easy. I even used the Scumbuster to clean the tile grouting on top of the kitchen countertop. The one drawback is that if you are scumbusting for a long time, it doesn't matter how easy the scumbuster is to hold, the unit just feels clumsy when the forearm and hand fatigues. And lets face it, most bathrooms require more scrubbing than just light cleaning (especially when you have small kids around the house in the summertime). Despite the fatigue factor, the Scumbuster did very well in the different places I've used it on for heavy or light cleaning.
Overall, I am very pleased with the unit and glad to have an easier way to clean up the tub. For the price, its well worth avoiding the development of shoulder and wrist problems as a result of hand cleaning tubs and sinks. I highly recommend the Scumbuster to take care of your tub and tile scum and grime.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After buying an old rental trailer I knew it was going to need some heavy duty cleaning. I saw one of these and thought it would be a big help. Hah! The batteries are a joke. Read morePublished 15 months ago by COLORADO HERMIT
If you can grab one of these its a must have for doing any kind of scrubbing job. I used it to clean some rather dirty walls and presto no hard scrubbing or anything and they came... Read morePublished on September 5, 2013 by Viper
I have had the ScumBuster for 20-years. I just replaced the re-chargeable battery for the 1st time.
The power is incredible. Read more
I got this handy gadget over 15 years. I still have it and use it, while meanwhile many other cleaning gadgets have not stood the test of time. Read morePublished on December 2, 2011 by S. Sweeney
DO NOT buy one of these for your wife during the holidays. I made that mistake in 1999, I have just now been forgiven... Search "Beware of the Doghouse" on youtube.Published on November 23, 2010 by Rick
I've had and used the Scumbuster for about a year now, mostly for bathroom cleaning. When new, the unit charged up and ran well, though it was small and fairly slow. Read morePublished on June 4, 2006 by Amazon Customer
The first one of these I ever owned I was cleaning college apartments after move out for a living. If that's not a selling point I don't know what is. Read morePublished on June 17, 2005 by Hibiscus Flower
The original S300 ScumBuster is only limited to the number of spare charged 3.6v VersaPak type batteries you have. Read morePublished on March 8, 2005 by D.David Agas
The B&D Scumbuster simply takes the elbow grease out of cleaning! The attachments are easy to take on and off and versatile enough to tackle almost any cleaning job you can... Read morePublished on August 20, 2004 by L. Justice