While I was spraying off a poopy diaper this morning I realized that I completely forgot to write up the DIY diaper sprayer tutorial! I really should have Dustin write this up because he is the one who made it for me, but I highly doubt I could convince him to write a blog post. So I will do my best to explain – luckily he is sitting beside me holding Sugar so if I have any questions I can just ask! Hehe.
DIY Diaper Sprayer
Materials: Kitchen Sink Spray Hose & Head Assembly, 12″ Filter Supply Line Splicer, Ander-Lign Compression Connector (1/4″ x 1/4″ MIP w/ insert), Adapt-a-Valve T-Fitting (3/8″ x 3/8″x 1/4″), 1/4″ Shut Off Valve, and Teflon Tape (use this on every exposed thread).
1.) Make sure you have a flexible toilet supply line & turn off the water that feeds into the toilet supply line.
2.) Unscrew toilet supply line from valve.
3.) Attach T-fitting to the toilet’s shut off valve.
4.) Attach toilet supply line to top of T-fitting.
5.) Attach Filter Supply Line Splicer to T-fitting.
6.) Attach Ander-Lign Compression Connector to Filter Supply Line Splicer.
7.) Attach shut off valve to Ander-Lign Compression Connector.
8.) Attach sprayer hose to shut off valve.
9.) Turn the water back on and ensure there are no leaks.
10.) Spray off the poopy diapers!
I hope that was easy to understand!! If you have any questions about it feel free to leave a comment or send an e-mail to HappeningsoftheHH at gmail dot com.