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June 28th, 2013, 02:57 PM
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So, I was going to sell my cloth diapers, but since that kinda fell through, I'm thinking about using them again. One reason I didn't like it before was that I got a diaper sprayer and could not for the life of me get it attached to my toilet without leaking! So I was dunking the diapers which took forever and I started getting all grossed out and germaphobic. So now I'm looking for a suggestion on a good diaper sprayer, since I DEFINITELY won't be cloth diapering if I can't get that set up. Any suggestions?

I also didn't like how bulky the diapers are, but it might actually be easier with all the little stretchy pants and dresses for little girls!
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June 28th, 2013, 03:51 PM
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What type of diapers are you using? I had a diaper sprayer and hated it. Until poop is solid I throw everything into the washer, rinse, wash and throw in the drier. My hand doesn't go into the toilet and I think I'd give up if I had to soak diapers!
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June 28th, 2013, 04:39 PM
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I have pocket diapers. Don't think I would feel ok with just throwing poopy diapers in the wash- thus the diaper sprayer.
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June 28th, 2013, 05:23 PM
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Pockets are usually a stay dry liner, PUL outside. If it doesn't shake off, just throw it in the washer. For newborn poop I throw everything in. For solid toddler poop I shake. Your washer is hooked up to the same plumbing as your toilet. The cold rinse gets everything off. Then wash on hot. I've had a regular top loader and a front loader. Both work just fine and the washer is just as clean as normal clothes. It sounds gross, but it totally works and you don't have to do gross things like presoak diapers. I let my machines do the work for me. Unless your machine is on its last leg, you should be just fine! I doubt I'd wash in my in-laws washer, but it doesn't clean clothes properly!
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June 29th, 2013, 07:26 PM
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Newborn poop is water soluble so you can put everything in the washer, rinse, wash and then dry. I use liners in my CD, so all the poop is on the liner. The Poopy liner is easy to grab and flush in the toilet. I then put my used CD in a odorproof bag until I have enough for a full load.
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June 29th, 2013, 07:38 PM
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This is why I'll exclusively bfed as long as possible lol. The poop is easy to deal with, no rinsing needed. Once it turns, I use liners till his poop changes to completely solid. Now I just plop it into the toilet, no dunking. I do want a sprayer though for those off days. I've seen people buy bidet hook ups from Home Depot. Honestly I think all have pros and cons. I haven't tried one personally so I have recommendation.
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