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bumGenius Diaper Sprayer

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  • bumGenius diaper sprayer is a fresh, new way to eliminate dunking soiled cloth diapers
  • Diaper sprayer is a strong, adjustable spray that rinses clean even the messiest diapers
  • Easy installation no plumber or tools needed
  • Gentle setting can be used for feminine hygiene
  • Includes sprayer, fixtures, hose and mounting clip
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions9.8 x 7.5 x 2.8 inches
OriginMade in USA
UPC851450004021 890077002003
Item model number890077002003
Minimum weight recommendation8 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation35 Pounds
  
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ASINB000ZKHVMU
Best Sellers Rank #2,441 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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The diaper sprayer is a fresh new way to clean soiled diapers. Its strong, adjustable spray rinses even the messiest diapers. The mess goes where it is supposed to go and your hands stay clean. During potty training, the sprayer is perfect for rinsing potty chairs. The adjustable spray is gentle enough to be used for personal hygiene after childbirth. Easy to install no plumber needed. All parts and detailed instructions with high-quality pictures are included in the box.

Product Description

The diaper sprayer is a fresh new way to clean soiled diapers. Its strong, adjustable spray rinses even the messiest diapers. The mess goes where it is supposed to go - and your hands stay clean. During potty training, the sprayer is perfect for rinsing potty chairs. The adjustable spray is gentle enough to be used for personal hygiene after childbirth. Easy to install - no plumber needed. All parts and detailed instructions with high-quality pictures are included in the box.


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Customer Reviews

I would highly recommend this sprayer to anyone cloth diapering.
Laura Barrett
Very easy installation, Great pressure adjustable by turning toilet valve up or down and nice looking design.
D. Hunt
I would not buy this product again even though I NEED a sprayer.
K. MacDonald

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137 of 140 people found the following review helpful By Stay at home dad on March 10, 2011
This product is a must for cloth diapering. There are some bad reviews out there about the product leaking, and here is why. The product comes with an all metal separate valve from your toilet valve in the wall. This part seems to be of quality, however, the hose that connects the valve to the sprayer is just 1/4" plastic. The plastic hose pushes into the connectors of the valve and sprayer, that's why no tools are required. It is not made to handle most houses water pressure. However, you can easily get around this by not turning up your water pressure at the valve in the wall behind the toilet past halfway. Now, this will cause your toilet tank to take an awful long time to fill up. You can solve this by simply putting a water filled gallon milk jug in the tank. It will take up space, allow the tank to fill just as fast (and will save you on your water bill!) Plus you will be flushing every time you clean a diaper, so it's good to use less water.

So while it can leak if you don't find a simple and easy work around, it is a great product and prevents you from having to "dunk" the diapers in the toilet!
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60 of 65 people found the following review helpful By BCBGlenn on December 1, 2012
We love the sprayer, and we've actually found it's made really well. We've used it through cloth diapering two babies now and haven't had any issues with it's functioning. In the beginning we did have trouble with the splatter (it wasn't the sprayer's fault) when we turned up the pressure. I did some Google research and came across a product called Spray Pal. It encloses the dirty diaper and contains all the mess, so I can use the sprayer at full pressure. I feel that this sprayer and the Spray Pal help keep the stinkies and stains away from my CDs. They should sell them as a bundle!
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90 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Christy S. on December 19, 2010
First, the pros:
Particularly for parents who are cloth-diapering and babies in the pre-solids stage, a diaper sprayer is a great alternative to sticking your hands in toilet water to get them rinsed off. And to answer those reviewers who claim this can't be used without making a poo-water mess all over the bathroom floor and toilet, I would argue that they likely haven't given themselves time to get the technique down. I had the same experience when I first started using it, but over the last few months I've become pretty adept at rarely getting any splashing outside the bowl (and small splashes when they do happen -- nothing to fret about). Also, be aware that the on/off spigot doesn't have to be pushed all the way over, which can help decrease the water pressure a bit and give you a little more control over the spray. Being able to quickly spray off dirty diapers has really gone a long way to helping me keep them from too much staining, and makes me feel much better about throwing them in my nice clean washer!

The cons:
The first thing is the necessity of having a flexible line into the tank, which other reviewers have mentioned. It was an oversight in the directions, but it's not too tricky to solve -- just go to the hardware store and get a flexible line. No biggie.
Secondly, and the thing that bothers me the most, is the ease with which this becomes a very leaky little gadget. The directions clearly warn against leaving the spigot on after you're done spraying, because the pressure will build up in the tubing and damage it. So I'll give them credit for the warning, but really, we're human, and most of us are capable of forgetting little things like this once in a while.
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56 of 64 people found the following review helpful By M. Fulkes on March 2, 2010
You can make your own for 1/2 the cost, literally. On YouTube there's a DIY video on how to make this, the most expensive part is the spray head kit that comes with the hose. It can run about $10. I don't have anything to turn on and off, I just use the spray head whenever I need it. I use a 3M hook on the side of the toilet to hang the head up on. There's lots of pressure and it DOES save time to have something along these lines for cloth diapering. Highly recommend either buying this or making your own if you're on a budget.
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39 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Christian Remington on February 10, 2009
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The only drawback is that it is not explained upfront that you'll have to have a flexible supply line leading from the stop valve to the toilet tank in order to use this product.

Otherwise this is a very well made and useful product.
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49 of 57 people found the following review helpful By shopper on August 30, 2010
I have had the Bum Genius sprayer for about a year and a half. I was loving it for rinsing out the potty until one night my son woke up to a flooded bathroom, which had leaked through the venting system into the air/heat unit! There was two inches of water on the basement floor. The piece that adjusts the spray volume (where it is attached to the toilet piping) had broken out leaving the water running through the unit like a watering hose. If you currently own one I would immediately contact the manufacturer and recommend disconnecting it!
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By K. MacDonald on November 10, 2011
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Pros...its easy to install and works great right out of the box. A diaper sprayer is a must have for those using cloth diapers.

Cons...its poorly constructed and cannot be easily repaired (when it inevitably breaks)

The problem with devices like this, is that they are designed to require proprietary replacement parts. But based on a relatively low cost, it isn't contacting the manufacturer. The valve on mine stopped working after 7 months. Fearing a leak when not around to stop it, I was hoping to repair it by making a quick trip the local home improvement store. I hit one roadblock after another trying to get parts to both thread AND seal. I could get one and not the other.

I am not a plumber, but have some common knowledge. I could not find a replacement valve stem. Nor could I find another compatible valve. This tells me that the manufacturer knew it would probably one day break, and that they didn't want me to be able to fix what I would otherwise have to replace, by buying a new sprayer. Another sale for them right? ...WRONG!

I am looking into making one from scratch, using quality parts. It will cost around the same amount and last until my baby again uses diapers but for seniors. If I can find a good parts list, I'll post it. I would not buy this product again even though I NEED a sprayer. I will sooner run a garden hose in the window. Bum Genius - Make a better product please....because I'm not sure which is crappier....my babies diapers, or your sprayer.
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