Post # 1
How do you remove poop from your CD’s?
We are just starting to transition to cloth from using disposables, but the diaper sprayer (bum genius) that we bought did not attach to our toilet.. Darling Husband almost broke our toilet trying to get it to work. I don’t know the details, but he said it’s not happening. We need to either research other brands of sprayers, or come up with an alternate solution. Today I scraped soo much poop off a diaper it wasn’t even funny. I know there are liners, and I have some (haven’t tried) but I don’t really want to do liners every time. There must be another way, or diaper sprayers people can recommend? Please enlighten me! Thank you!
Post # 3
I don’t CD yet (don’t have kids) but a blogger on HelloBee gave good reviews of this one: http://www.pottypail.com/order.php?pp100734
Post # 4
I’m not CDering (yet) but my mom did, and I know technology has come a long way since then, but I’m pretty sure she just swished the diaper around in the toilet bowl and flushed it.
ETA: flushed the messiness, not the diaper itself, lol
Post # 5
I just put the diaper over the toilet and plop the poop in there. Diaper doesn’t go in the toilet and not about to buy a sprayer. Too much for something I can do for free. (my baby is 7 months old, if that makes a difference.
Post # 6
Is the sink right next to the toilet? Is there a sink faucet adapter that would work?
Post # 7
I don’t CD yet, we are in the process of transitioning, but I was told Boyfriend or Best Friend babies’ poop is water soluble and you can just put the whole mess in the laundry if you can do separate laundry loads.
Post # 8
I just read something about cd on the go and she just took plastic grocery bags laid the diper in it filled with water held bag closed then swished and dumped in the toilet and flused
Post # 9
My baby is only 4 months so it’s just breastmilk poop still but I got a heavy duty brush for cleaning cars or something and just scrub it off in our wash house sink under running water.
Post # 10
Baby is ebf so I just toss the dipes in the wash… Rinse, wash, rinse & haven’t had any issues. When we introduce solids we plan on getting a sprayer but not sure which one/kind… Figure I have some time before crossing that bridge.
Post # 11
Interesting, thanks everyone. I think I will see if they return our sprayer and if so maybe we’ll try a different one but if not maybe i’ll try some of these alternate methods. Can you just rinse it in the sink unless it’s super thick? Because if you can then between either the sink or dropping in the toilet, wouldn’t that be enough?
@crayfish: Yes Darling Husband says that’s what we need, to attach it to the sink, I found one that works that way..