I love my diy diaper sprayer. You don’t know how good you’ve had it until you have to live without it. Since we’ve been in the solid poo stage of my son’s life we’ve had a diaper sprayer. I followed the DIY diaper sprayer instructions on the gidgetgoeshome.com blog to make my very own diaper sprayer to attach to the toilet in our house.
Well, we’ve been camping out, to say the least at our rental property while we’re trying to sell our home. We have no furniture, no TV, limited internet access (stolen from neighbors), and I can honestly say I am doing just fine without those amenities, but its not having my favorite diy diaper sprayer that is killing me!
I don’t know how you other cloth diapering mommies deal with the poo, but my diaper sprayer is my savior. I remember reading a post on a blog a few months ago, where the woman was trying out a diaper sprayer for the first time and really didn’t like it. She said it was much more messy than just dumping the poop into the toilet. I responded that I loved my diaper sprayer and that I thought it was a much cleaner way of dealing with a poopy diaper. I honestly hadn’t tried any other way, but now I can say I have! I am really grossed out every time I have to deal with one of Connor’s dirty diapers. I have to put the whole thing in the toilet and I can’t figure out a way to do it without getting the diaper so sopping wet that I need to drag the diaper pail over to the toilet so I don’t have to walk through the hall with a dripping wet diaper! I think maybe some sort of scraper might help, but I envision that getting really gross.
I really hope our house sells soon, or I may have to go remove the diaper sprayer from the toilet there and hook it up here, wish me luck!
What do you do if you don’t use a diaper sprayer, do you think I can find a better way?