Diaper sprayers can make messy clean ups easier and also double as a bidet or a training potty cleaner. The irony can be that although they clean up a mess they do have a learning curve until you find the preferred method for your family. Remember breastfed stools do not need to be removed as they are water soluble, but transitional stools (when they start solids) and the occasional loose stool your baby/toddler gets will scream for a diaper sprayer.
The water pressure for diaper sprayers may be adjusted to accommodate the intensity needed to get the solids off. They do not have to be sprayed perfectly clean, but you will want to make sure any solid pieces or thick messes are off. The rest should be taken care of in the cold rinse cycle.
Oh and I found a new use for the diaper sprayer this week: cleaning the bath! I always turn the shower on after giving the shower a scrub down and there are always those spots the shower head doesn’t reach. Diaper sprayer to the rescue! The Diaper Sprayer brand sprayer (see review here) has a long tube and as long as you have a standard bathroom set up with the toilet right next to the tub this should work for you too.
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