DIY Diaper Sprayer

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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.
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5 Responses to DIY Diaper Sprayer

  1. Darcy says:

    What's the cost comparison of DIY to buying one?

  2. Danielle @ Happenings of the Harper Household says:

    It cost us about $40 to make this one, but if we would of got a plastic sprayer instead of the chrome it would of been about $5 less. I just have a thing with all my fixtures matching. Hehe. To purchase one is between $45 & $50, but most that you can purchase don't have a shut off valve and tend to leak after a while – according to the majority of reviews I have read.

  3. allboymama says:

    Diaper sprayers rock, don't they!? I thought about doing this too when I saw youtube tutorial, but I ended up buying a bumgenius diaper sprayer that was very gently used from someone (who liked the idea of cloth diapering & not the reality). I found it on craigslist for $25. I installed the diaper sprayer myself easily and have been using it for about 4-5 months now. So far I haven't had any problems with it (other than occasionally spraying it the wrong way when I'm half asleep).

  4. Danyale N. says:

    I'm a fellow ABE blogger stopping by following you if you would follow me back please if your not already and see you on the 18th Evoluchun's Misc.

  5. Tara says:

    This actually looks like something my non-DIY husband can do. Thanks a lot for sharing. I’m sure he will be keen to save a little money too.

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