The Spray Pal was invented by a cloth diapering mom and dad who were tired of cleaning up the mess caused by the diaper sprayer. Makes spraying dirty diapers EASY and eliminates dirty splatter on your walls and floor. Use full water pressure on your sprayer without worry. Get cloth diapers really clean. Made in the USA. Makes a perfect baby shower gift for anyone planning on using cloth diapers. Helps eliminate stains and odor. Spray to keep the stinkies away. Easy to clean, easy to store! Folds up flat for convenient storage beside or behind the toilet. Built to last through multiple babies in diapers, just like the cloth diapers you’re spraying. Save time and money by sticking with cloth longer!
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Im on my second one, but only because we didn't hung on to our first one after our daughter was potty trained. now we are on baby # 2 and got another one because I don't understand how you use a sprayer without this! so gross. our first one, the clip broke off, but honestly didn't change the effectiveness and holding it is almost easier.
(Posted on 7/26/2016)
This review is in comparison of what my bathroom would look like without using this... yuck. It does what it is intended to do. Keeps poop from spaying all over the bathroom. I don't use the clip and have to spray of the inside and outside before setting in the little basin by the toilet to hold it to the next one. I certainly wouldn't spray diapers without something like this.
(Posted on 6/17/2016)
It was a nice concept, but in reality, we hardly used the Spray Pal. I'd recommend saving the money and using it on other diapers or accessories. We typically just used a sprayer and then made sure we were careful. Clipping a diaper to the Spray Pal was added steps, and it didn't really make our experience that much "cleaner." We made sure our spray settings were at the right pressure, and just minimized splatter that way.
(Posted on 6/12/2016)
We bought one of these and we find we rarely use it. There is actually a tutorial on Pinterest in how to make a similar device with an empty milk gallon container. This is really overpriced for what it is, and since we hardly ever use it, I feel like we wasted $25. It's not a horrible little accessory, but it's just not essential.
(Posted on 7/17/2015)
I definitely prefer this over using a diaper sprayer on its own or no diaper sprayer at all - much less mess and splashing diaper water all over in my experience! I just hang my wet bag nearby and unclip the diaper right into or after squeezing out the water.
(Posted on 6/8/2015)
I wouldn't say this is a necessary buy for those that cloth diaper. We use it on and off. Short of wearing an apron and gloves, you will get dirtied with backsplash. If you're still getting used to washing off the poo from the diapers in the beginning, this will help ease you into it. Ultimately, we use it less often than I thought we would.
(Posted on 5/18/2015)
I've gotten pretty skilled at the art of spraying poopy diapers, but my husband is a different story. I just leave the spray pal popped open and stick it behind the toilet. That way, we just have to clip the diaper on, set it in the toilet, and spray off the goo (yuck). It makes cleaning the bathroom SO much easier.
(Posted on 1/11/2015)
We have been cloth diapering our 2 kids for 2 1/2 years now, with different types of diapers. I love the diaper sprayer, however it does make a mess. I thought the Spray Pal would be the solution, but it's an added step that doesn't make the process that much better. For the price, I would say it may not be worth it.
We really love ours. We don't use it all the time but it sure does come in handy when we need to. For me it is a little expensive for a cloth diaper luxury but it really does it's job.
(Posted on 10/28/2014)
We started cloth diapering on our own a couple months ago and my husband kept yelling at me for washing out dirty diapers in the sink. Enter the Spray Pal! Genius! It's easy to use with a little practice. It's nice to be able to hook the diaper on the Spray Pal, spray it, squeeze out the water, and transfer to the pail all without touching the dirty diaper! We're big fans.
(Posted on 10/25/2014)
My wife and I bought this to use with our stash of Bum Genius 4.0 diapers. It mostly serves it's purpose, but we still tend to get some splash back when using the sprayer. This is partially due to user error in the beginning, but it doesn't fully solve the problem of cleaning cloth diapers with a sprayer. The diapers don't stay completely flat and spraying debris off requires a lot of diaper adjusting. You can't fully be hands off with a dirty diaper. That combined with the still present splash back makes this product less than ideal.
I'm not sure how it could be improved, and there isn't a lot of competition or choice for a product like this. Since this is pretty much the only option, it's works fine, but it could be better.
My value rating is low due to the fact that, at $30+ after shipping, the price seems a bit high for what the product accomplishes.
(Posted on 9/26/2014)