Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Focus on the Knickernappies Diaper Sprayer, Plus a Giveaway!

There are many options for dealing with poop and cloth diapers. If your baby is exclusively breastfed (EBF), you will find that you can just throw your soiled diapers into the diaper pail without worrying about the poop.  EBF poop is water soluble and will just wash away in the washing machine. Thankfully, it doesn't smell horrible either, so you won't be bothered while it sits in the diaper pail for a day or two. But what if your baby drinks formula or is eating solid foods? There are multiple ways to deal with the waste. You can use the old method of dunking the diaper into the toilet and shaking the poop out, flushable liners will also help catch the majority of the waste, or you could invest in a diaper sprayer.

Diaper sprayers can really be worth the money and once you have one, you will be grateful that you own it! Of course, you can cloth diaper without one, but why make things harder on yourself? Here are some features of the Knickernappies Diaper Sprayer:
  • Pre-assembled kit is quick and easy to install
  • Adjustable spray setting to avoid too much water pressure (yuck!)
  • Reinforced fittings to prevent leaks
  • Fittings made from brass instead of plastic (like other brands)
  • Sturdy hose that will not burst or leak
  • Shut-off valve (so handy with curious toddlers!)
  • 1 year warranty!

I have had the chance to use other brands of diaper sprayers and Knickernappies remains my favorite! One brand doesn't have proper water pressure, it was nearly impossible to get my diapers sprayed clean. The other brand tended to leak constantly and it was more expensive!

We are giving away a Knickernappies sprayer on the Cloth Diaper Revival blog! Don't miss your chance to win!

Have you invested in a diaper sprayer? Don't forget, there are many uses for your sprayer other than just cleaning cloth diapers!

 
I'm Jenny, the mama behind the blog Cloth Diaper Revival.   I'm a stay at home mom to Noah and a wife to Chas, the cloth diapering dad.  I used to be a 3rd grade teacher until I was blessed with the birth of my first child, Noah.

1 comments:

Jena said...

I told my hubby many times that I wanted a diaper sprayer; he insisted he could make one. I've GOT to stop listening when he says that. (Baby never did get a crib, which we bought all the lumber & hardware for.)

She's 2yo now, but still nurses a lot & has some pretty sticky, messy poops. If I could be sure we would have a second baby, I'd totally invest in one right now. I'm still considering it. (Hubby is starting his own business, so cash is very tight right now.)

 
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