A Cleaner Cloth Diapering Option with SmarterFresh 1

As a cloth diapering moma, I strive to keep our diaper stash clean, and our bathroom sanitary. Without the right equipment, this can be extremely challenging. Luckily, there are tools available to get the job done right, thanks to SmarterFresh!

They have diaper sprayers, and soap dispensers that make cleaning up a breeze.

Their diaper sprayer line includes several sprayer setups that come complete with the sprayer handle, hose, toilet mount, and  T-valve adapter. The install literally only took us about 10-15 minutes to get it hooked up and ready to clean! The T-valve was the hardest part to hook up and that is only because our old line going out was semi rusted shut. This was a great time to replace the line right? Other than that, just be sure to put the side of toilet mount together in the correct orientation and you are all set.

There really couldn’t be a simpler option for keeping your diapers looking new.

The soap dispensers come in 3 colors, and dispense soap with motion detection technology. Simply hold your hand under it, and the right amount comes out. There is a button up top to turn up or turn down the amount of soap dispensed, and it all runs by battery power! How awesome is that, right? When you put the soap in, you have to sort of prime the pump to get the soap to the top, but after that it seems to work perfectly! I really couldn’t be much happier about owning these items.

As someone who stays busy all day long, the last thing I want is to have to stand in the bathroom scrubbing and cleaning for 2 hours after a messy diaper mishap, so for me to own something like this, it simply makes my life a lot easier.

I would suggest that when buying ANY sprayer, that you also invest in a spray shield. This can help tremendously by keeping all the yuck inside the toilet. Something like the Spray Pal Cloth Diaper Sprayer Splatter Shield would be a perfect fit for this task. 

This splatter shield is nice because once you are done with it, you can fold it up and store it right inside of your wetbag until the next use.

If you don’t own a wetbag then you should definitely check out the bags from Kanga Care. They have tons of patterns and options to choose from to make your experience a personal one. 

We currently own one, and couldn’t be happier about it! No leaks, and no mess makes for one happy Moma!

No matter what, if you are a cloth diapering parent, you should definitely check into getting a sprayer. It can literally change the way you do things, and help ensure a longer life for your cloth diapers.

Since cloth diapering isn’t necessarily a cheap thing to do, you will want to take care of them from birth to potty training!



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    Alexandria Lawrence

    Wow! That looks like a nice diaper sprayer. My Bum Genius one broke before I really ever used it. apperently you need to turn the water off when not in use. Hubby tried to fix it with some kind of plumber’s glue! lol!