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ok so i have decided i am not spraying my diapers with a hose in the back yard this time around (especially since the hose would freeze a lot )<br>
so i want to get a diaper sprayer but they are soo pricey and i heard that some are made pretty poorly with plastic fittings instead of metal.<br>
any reccomendations? i cna't afford one now anyways but i thought i'd start researching
 

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I have this one, in white, not a single complaint about it.<br><br><a href="http://www.abbyslane.com/catalog.php?item=3871&catid=497&ret=catalog.php%3Fcategory%3D497" target="_blank">http://www.abbyslane.com/catalog.php...category%3D497</a><br><br>
It does have a valve on it so you can adjust the pressure. If the pressure isn't right then it can be a mess!
 

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I didn't want to invest in much when I started CDing (which was just recently). I have a simple old water spray bottle in the bathroom to spray down DS#1's hair when it's wild, and I just use that. I turn the knob to stream and it peels the stuff right off the CD. This is a very economical option, and it works.
 

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I got mine from <a href="http://www.thepottypail.com" target="_blank">www.thepottypail.com</a> which was a link from green mountain diapers. All brass fittings, love it! Got it a year after I started cd'ing, why did I wait??!!
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">I have this one, in white, not a single complaint about it.<br><br><a href="http://www.abbyslane.com/catalog.php?item=3871&catid=497&ret=catalog.php%3Fcategory%3D497" target="_blank">http://www.abbyslane.com/catalog.php...category%3D497</a><br><br>
It does have a valve on it so you can adjust the pressure. If the pressure isn't right then it can be a mess!</div>
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I just installed the same one as the above poster. I tried first to scrap one together from parts at Home Depot and at a plumbing supply store and I just couldn't get the right combination of fittings.<br><br>
Our baby is not quite here yet so I haven't used it yet but I wanted to tell you that after looking at a bunch of different fittings options, these ones are all metal and high quality.<br><br>
That said, if you thing you can succeed where I failed, you can probably put one together for $20. If you are looking for a bargain, I'd at least ask at your local hardware store.<br><br>
Just don't do what I did -- buy a bunch of parts and then a kit. That's the really expensive way to do it. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/duh.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="duh">
 

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I'd be lost without my diaper sprayer. So happy I went ahead and got it. I got the chrome one from Abby's Lane. No complaints at all.
 
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