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11. 26. 2005

Electric Clothing Stain Remover

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I wonder if this gadget works as well as it says because if it does, I can think of countless times when the electric stain remover would have come in handy. Stains always seem to get me as I'm about to walk out the door, so I have to choose between blotting the stain out with water, risking a potentially embarassing wet spot (depending on where the stain is), or trying to find something else to wear which can be equally time consuming considering I can be an indecisive dresser at the most inconvenient times. Utilizing ultrasonic technology of 120 vibrations per second (wait...isn't 120 vibrations actually in the audible range?), the stain remover uses a few drops of water and some rubbing to eliminate the stain completely while preserving the integrity of the fabric and color.

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Helen:

What do you think dear???

H K:

Uh, Jenna, it's not ultra sonic. The range of human hearing is about 20Hz to 20KHz, Hz (hertz) being vibrations per second. So, 120 vibrations per second (120Hz) is easily within that range. Just a minor correction.

John Abraitis:

Wnere can the Electric Clothing Stain remover be purchased?

Thank you.

John A. Abraitis

Jenna:

You can buy it at:
http://www.modernmansion.com/index.php?product=11871
or http://www.gadgetuniverse.com/product_detail.asp?SKU=TK+248&MENU=HOMEP

Richard:

Hey, it says it uses detergent also. What kind of detergent does it use ?

Yes, but have you seen the Tide stain removing pens? Sure they leave a bit of a wet mark, but MAN! can they get out stains. And they look a heck of a lot easier to carry around that the above noisy beast.

Brian:

The Tide Buzz was kinda of a flop. I tried it and didn't get great results.

Brian:

The Tide Buzz was kinda of a flop. I tried it and didn't get great results.

Really? I am very surprised. My best friend is about the most stain-attractant person in the entire universe and never leaves home without her Tide pen. I've seen it in action, mostly for pen/ink stains and it really does get them out (best friend draws on herself repeatedly). I think we're dealing with a stain freshnesh variable, though.

Rebecca:

I hadn't encountered one until this past week. One of the girls at work was talking about them. Then I proceeded to pour coffee on my white sweater. Got the stains out in a jiffy.

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