Diaper Washing: Make Your Own Diaper Sprayer

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Sunday, December 27, 2020 | 2 comments
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Image: Make your own diaper sprayer, by Nicole V. Bennett on NicoleVBennett.com
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Dana asked: I found directions online on how to make your own Cloth Diaper Sprayer.

Here's the link: DIY Diaper Sprayer Tutorial

Image: Purrfectzone Bidet Sprayer for Toilet and Baby Cloth Diaper Sprayer - Easy to Install, Great Hygiene with Less Money Spent (Brushed Nickel)
Cloth Diaper Sprayer
Anyone try this? Was it difficult?

Jen replied: I have something like that connected to our utility sink in the basement. I didn't even know they had this listed online.

I just went to the hardware store and told them what I was looking for, and the wonderful man set me up with all the parts I needed.

One nice thing about having it attached to the faucet is you can adjust the pressure. With the toilet, you can't.

You will also need plumbers tape if it isn't listed on the things to buy.

Oh, I love mine and no leaks.

Thanks to Dana and Jen for this Frugal Baby Tip!

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  1. Anonymous says:

    What a cool idea! I wouldn't have thought of that!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the link! Oh, and we didn't use any plumbers tape, and our toilet actually has an adjustable nozzle near where the pipe goes into the floor so we can adjust the water pressure. Works great.

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