Even when I was pregnant, I knew I wanted to use cloth diapers. This went hand in hand with my desire to save money, and I became almost obsessed with the idea of spending no more than I possibly had to on diapers and diaper accessories. Suffice it to say, a diaper sprayer is something I lived without–and I survived just fine.
Years later, I have to look back and wonder at my own frugality. Is it possible that twenty dollars here, fifty dollars there might have reduced some of the burden of those early days with a new baby? Take the cloth diaper sprayer, for example. Attach this gizmo to your toilet and use it to spray off those diapers. No more disgusting dunking and swishing! (For the record, I had to dunk and swish under a dozen times during all 2.5 of my diaper-changing years. But it left an impression.)
Here are some of the models available:
Metal—nice design. Easy to install.
What do you think, readers? Did you live without a diaper sprayer, as I did? Or did you rig one up in your bathroom–revolutionizing your diaper experience?