Diaper sprayers ~
Camille - posted on 06/16/2009
It kept me using cloth diapers during the transition to solid foods, when the poops are not quite so solid. I am poop-phobic; dunking would've been really hard for me. It also helps to keep the diaper bin really close to the toilet in case the diaper becomes wet enough to drip.
Stephanie - posted on 06/16/2009
Totally worth it now that we are to toddler poop. My dh made on from directions we found on the internet. The sprayer can be a bit wild but we've found that if if we flush the toilet after we dump what will dump the presure is just right and whatever is left just waits for someone to potty.
We made our own diaper sprayer and it is a glorious thing. I was trying to get by without one and finally I got fed up and went to Home Depot and bought all of the parts to make one.
You might also want to use a bucket to spray your diaper into. When we first hooked it up I sprayed water and poo all over the bathroom floor. So I just use an old kitty litter bucket and it keeps the spray back contained. You can get a 'Potty Pail' but I just couldn't spend the money on it. I spray off the CD in the bucket and then dump the water in the toilet and flush.
Victoria - posted on 06/07/2009
I got onefrom my mom when I told her that we were going to atart cloth diapering and I can't use it on my toilet. Other than that my fiend has one and I had to use it one time OH it was nice very effective no more floping poop or trying to rub it off with TP just one quick blast and it was done!
Mindy - posted on 06/06/2009
You should make one. We just made one tonight and it was only $25.00 instead of $45 and it works great! Here's the website I used for how-to: http://gidgetgoeshome.com/2008/08/25/diy...
We used her site also and it was around 26.00 for the supplies from Home Depot and it works great !
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