Frugal Diapering: Rinsing Poopy Diapers

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Thursday, September 13, 2012 | 0 comments
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First Sink Bath
I forgot another tip I had for you.

I have a shower head in my bath-tub, that is attached with a hose that makes it removable.

I had my husband add another length of hose to this, making it longer.

Now I can easily rinse the poopy cloth diapers, since it reaches into my toilet.

Thanks to LeAnn Weaver for this Frugal Baby Tip!

Photo credit: Elizabeth/Table4Five, on Flickr
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Diaper Sprayer for Cloth Diaper and Bidet Spray - Saves money on diapers, saves the environmentCloth Diaper Sprayer:
Simply spray your soiled cloth diapers over the toilet and place wet diaper in your diaper pail till laundry day.

New mom's also find these mini sprayers useful for feminine hygiene after natural child birth as well as her monthly visitor.

Mommy's Helper Safer Grip Portable Shower Arm - Suction cup design allows you to place the arm at what ever height desiredAce Trading - Shower Heads 520 A2401C Replacement Shower Hose Chrome 60-inchesShopping Suggestions:
Mommy's Helper Safer Grip Portable Shower Arm
Ace Trading - Shower Heads Replacement Shower Hose
Cloth Diaper Sprayer
Handy Spray Diaper Sprayer

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Born to Love: All your cloth diapering needs, and much more - naturally! We are strong advocates of the personal, social and environmental benefits of natural parenting.
Frugal Freebies: Keep up with the latest free stuff, deals, coupons, and other ways to save money!

More Pregnancy blogs to visit:
Life Begins... - Pregnancy stories of loss, hope and help
Pregnancy Stories by Age - Daily blog of hope and inspiration!
You Can Get Pregnant in Your 40's - Sharing articles, discussing options and suggestions
Stories of Pregnancy and Birth over 44 - sharing news stories I find online, for inspiration!

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