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What is a Cloth Diaper Sprayer?

What is a cloth diaper sprayer? If you are new to cloth diapers, this may sound like a strange contraption. Once you try one, you’ll love it and want to use it for many things other than diapers. A cloth diaper sprayer is a small shower head that attaches to the intake water pipes on your toilet. Cloth diaper sprayers attach easily without the need for a plumber or fancy tools.

When you need to clean a dirty diaper, you can just hold it over the toilet and use the cloth diaper sprayer to rinse the mess away. No mess, no fuss. Then the diaper goes into the cloth diaper pail until wash day. Washing cloth diapers is a breeze and dirty diapers are no problem at all when you can just rinse the mess into the toilet.

Of course, you’ll find many other uses for this handy little item. Rinsing mop buckets, rinsing out muddy or messy clothes, and many other household cleaning chores are easier with this little gadget. Toilet training is much easier as well – the cloth diaper sprayer can be used to rinse potty chairs or messy training pants. Your hands stay clean and the mess just flushes away.

When shopping for a sprayer, be sure to get one that is high quality. A cheap sprayer can result in major repairs if it springs a leak. High quality sprayers usually cost about $5-10 more than the cheap kind, so the risk is just not worth it. Quality parts make safer plumbing! Look for a shut off valve as well. You can shut it off if it is not in use to reduce the chance of a leak or a curious toddler soaking the bathroom.

Click to learn more about a cloth diaper sprayer.

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