If you're already using cloth diapers, you're probably putting up with a lot of mess. A cloth diaper sprayer is an attachment device that installs on the toilet, and it will transform your diaper-cleaning duties. It might even make you happier about your decision to ditch disposables.
How It Works
A cloth diaper sprayer connects to your toilet's plumbing to give you easy access to a high-pressured spray of water. Instead of getting your hands messy dunking diapers in a bucket, the tub, or the toilet, you can hover the diaper above the toilet bowl, turn on the water, and spray off the waste, which will land directly in the toilet. No more mess or touching waste again!
Perks of Installing a Sprayer
Here are some of the benefits of using a cloth diaper sprayer:
- It's a low-cost device.
- It installs quickly.
- It uses your existing plumbing.
- It makes cleaning diapers easy.
- You won't have to deal with waste in your washing machine.
- You can adjust the pressure of the spray to suit your desires or the task at hand.
- You can use the sprayer for other uses, too, such as potty training or personal hygiene.
Types of devices
Comparison shopping for a diaper sprayer is fairly simple. Standard sprayers come with a shut-off valve, compression reducer, sprayer hose, water supply line, and spray adapter. You'll want to look for a system that comes with an adjustable spray feature. This will let you adjust the pressure of the water and give you the finesse to appropriately clean the diaper and avoid a mess.
The key component to look for is an effective warranty. You'll want a sprayer that lasts. Look for a sprayer that has a warranty of more than 1 year that covers parts.
When the plumber arrives at your home to install the sprayer, he or she will follow these general steps:
- Undo the standard setup for the toilet to divert the water supply.
- Remove the connective hose and install a nut under the tank.
- Connect the pressure control, the shut-off, and the T-valve to link the toilet's water supply to the sprayer.
- Connect the toilet's water line to the sprayer's connective valve.
The final step involves testing the sprayer at various pressure points so that you can trust it will work well and reliably.
For answers to your questions, contact the Pink Plumber today.