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So I took her lead to see if a DIY diaper sprayer could cut the cost with higher quality. Try these money saving laundry tips to get your duds cleaner for less. Start by getting the right plumbing parts. Carl avoided a few diaper changes by popping on over to Home Depot Canada. The same parts are available in the United States and sell for less.
Turn off the water to your toilet. Use your wrench to disconnect the hose going from the valve to the toilet. Careful, some water is still going to be in the hose. Connect the T-Adapter to one end of the tubing, and the compression connector to the other.
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To create a water-tight seal, wrap a little Teflon tape around the threads of the compression connector Yep, you just attached it to the tubing. Screw the compression connector and the pipe nipple into the valve. Adjust the valve handle to your preferred position — it might be easier for you to use one way or the other.
Connect the T-Adapter to the water supply. One end will fit on the valve, the other end attaches to the hose leading to the toilet. Tighten firmly, but do not over tighten. Use the T-Adapter to determine whether the hose points to the left or right. Handy for left-handed types or for those who favor their right hands. Turn the water on. Turn on the toilet water. Turn on the valve and give the sprayer a quick test.
Check for leaks again. If your diaper sprayer leaks, carefully tighten the leaking joint. If water is leaking from the valve or sprayer, take them back to the store — you may have bought a faulty part. Go ahead and spray those dirty cloth diapers clean. Put a cork in it: A clean demo for a dirty topic. Dirt always finds the kid, right? I bought my diaper sprayer along with my cloth diaper stash from Mother-Ease. Worth every penny though! This is such a cool idea, wish I had know when my kids were small.
I noticed, as well, that this looks much like the spraying devise found beside the toilets in the pictures of homes in Vietnam. Deb, Are you thinking a sprayer bidet?
Many people around the world use a sprayer to turn their toilets into a bidet. We just soaked their especially messy diapers in the toilet, then flushed the BM down. Of course we were meticulous hand washers! Babies seem to need more gear now. Thanks for the great instructions Kerry! I really thought we needed a diaper sprayer. We keep them in an old yogurt container under the bathroom sink. The spatulas are simple and work on all but the runniest eliminations. Luckily we were able to buy the bumgenius one for the same price — I guess the price has gone up considerably! I think it will make dealing with a dirty potty a lot easier, too.
It was also useful for cleaning bedding on leaky nappy days, and when the inevitable gastro bugs came visiting…. No plumber with a government issued Licence would install the system described. Good luck with the lawsuits, John retired plumber. Thanks for the tutorial. I ended up just using an old garden hose and using my thumb to vary the pressure. Not fancy, but it worked.
I loved the first diaper sprayer so much I bought another one — for cleaning my bathtub….
Or you can do what I did, and join one of the many cloth diapering co-ops on facebook. I followed these instructions and my sprayer is leaking at every connection.fracinitunmo.tk
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I put plenty of teflon tape on the threads and tightened everything up. You may have to much or not enough Teflon tape.
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I consider a diaper sprayer essential to my cloth diapering system so when our 2nd hand BumGenius sprayer quit we decided to try a less expensive model. The hanging system is nice too. I would recommend to friends. This does the job but I miss the power of the Bum Genius. We received our sprayer a couple of days ago, and I was able to install without tools, as advertised.
It was a little awkward, due to the location and accessibility of the back of our toilet, to make sure that I got everything on straight without harming the threading on the T valve, but a bit of fiddling got it done.
It does not leak, though I do not leave the valve open to the hose all the time so as not to tempt fate; I turn the T valve lever to the on position when I need to clean diapers, and revert to the off position in between to avoid any potential for slow leakage. That said, prior to having this product, I was soaking and scrubbing newborn diaper inserts and covers by hand in the sink or a Rubbermaid tub, discarding solids, and disinfecting my cleaning area. With only 7 diaper covers that currently fit our son, I am doing this laundry rotation daily, and the soaking and scrubbing alone was taking minutes.
The diaper sprayer has cut that down to 5, and because I am rinsing directly into the toilet, there are fewer surfaces to clean afterward. We bought this while my wife was pregnant and waited until we started transitioning to formula before I installed it.
It was easy to install using only an adjustable wrench, some Teflon tape, and a screwdriver. I wouldn't recommend doing it all "without tools". It has great pressure and is easy to use The spray head has a slow leak and the sprayer has to be turned off using the "adjustment" valve. This is an okay workaround, but should not be necessary.
We purchased six months ago. Water pressure easily adjustable at either end of the supply line.
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Only concern is the handle is made of plastic, and feels that way. It should last fine, just feels cheap to the touch. But at the end of the day, its a diaper sprayer lol It does what we need it to more than well enough for what we paid. Husband installed it in 15 minutes and he said it was super easy.
No issues with leaks and it has a powerful spray, we love it so far! One person found this helpful. If you're going to cloth diaper, this is a necessity.