The mess free way to spray!
To truly understand how revolutionary this product is, be sure to watch the demo video. Not only does it protect your bathroom from the messy sprayer splatter, but it also lets you squeeze the water out of your diaper and carry it to your laundry bag without laying a hand on it!
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Update to easy ways of spraying. Use a cloth diaper liner. Spraying off one tiny piece of cloth is infinitely easier than the entire diaper. Same method, hold it against side of bucket for spraying power, but it goes 10 times faster, and uses less water. Unlike a diaper, there are no nooks & crannies in a liner to get clean. Cotton Babies sells cloth liners and you can buy them homemade (pretty colors) from many online stores or cut some up yourself. Again, can't rate Spray Pal, but Spray Pal with a liner (instead of whole diaper) should be quicker. I now put my 5 gallon bucket up on a shelf in bathroom so it is more out of the way. But yeah, it's still there for everyone to see (you could decorate it!). :-)
This thing looks like you are trying to extend the deepness of your toilet to avoid backsplash. In the video the guy obviously has experience, but he is still pretty careful about how he clips the diaper in and wrings it out. I have a quicker cheaper method for anyone who is worried about backsplash, because yes, the toilet is not deep enough. A 5 gallon bucket from the hardware store ($2.50 - $5). Keep the insert inside the pocket diaper for added stiffness. With rubber dishwashing gloves on hold the diaper against the side of the bucket, spray. Wring out the diaper (I have a container I carried the diaper in to the bathroom, so diaper goes back in that). Dump contents of bucket in toilet. You get quick at it, you can do it half asleep. You can also spread out a prefold inside to get all the nooks and crannies. A prefold w/running poo is the worst to spray because when you "unfold" it the poo unfolds in all directions as well. The advantage to Spray Pal is you don't have a 5 gallon bucket in your bathroom. My review is just to give another option to the same idea, I haven't used Spray Pal myself, it would be interesting if someone had the two methods to compare with. Keep in mind you are tired when you have a newborn.
If you're going to have a diaper sprayer, you have to have one of these. Love it. I don't use it for every poopy diaper, but when I need it, man, it's worth its weight in gold!