Adjustable rinse and spray. Includes brass T-valve adapter, hose, wall mount, and hook holder. Fast installation. Easily removes thicker waste that results when solid food is introduced.
May leak, especially if water pressure is high. Be sure to turn off valve after each use, and consider turning down toilet water pressure.
Mounting clip toilet sprayer. Chrome finish. Adjustable pressure settings. Installation is fast and easy. Fits toilets with 7/8-inch connection. Comfortable grip and plenty of pressure.
A shorter flex line between the valve and toilet tank provides the best results. Sprayer is not very flexible.
Stainless-steel, lead-free brass fixture with adjustable pressure. Attach to toilet bowl or side wall by standard toilet. Versatile applications. Includes lead-free brass T-valve, sprayer, hose, hook, and hanger. Adjustable water pressure and pivoting nozzle.
Be sure to turn off the valve to de-pressurize after each use.
Sprayer body made of corrosion-free polymer. Brass valve core and ceramic seals. Stays flexible even when pressurized. Use thumb pressure to control splattering. Comes with extension.
Flow could be more controllable; water still splatters at lowest setting.
Includes spray wand holder with clip, stainless-steel spray hose with braided inner hose, brass T-connector, brass ceramic shutoff, and adjustable-lever spray wand. Easy to install. Can also use for cleaning litter box, potty chair, and other messy jobs.
Only connects to flexible supply lines; does not connect to fixed supply lines.
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After you've made the decision to use cloth diapers, you'll quickly discover that not all messes are the same. A dunk and swish technique might be effective for the first 4 to 6 months, but after solid foods are introduced, the whole game changes. A diaper sprayer is a high pressure hose that either replaces or connects to your toilet's water supply line so you can rinse those nasty diapers off in the bowl. If you have a flexible supply line – as most households do – diaper sprayers can be installed in about 20 minutes. If not, you'll need a plumber. Most nozzles can mount directly to the tank or the wall. Look for a model with variable pressure that can be easily controlled with one hand.