When the diapers came, I loved them! The sprayer, on the other hand, left much to be desired. Maybe my technique was off or maybe I didn't give it a fair shake, but I used it a total of 3 times to clean my diapers. The thing seemed to spray poop and water all.over.my.bathroom. So, I concocted plan B.
As you can see, I have a double sided mud sink. (It's huge!!) In lieu of a diaper sprayer, I place a bucket on one side of the sink and rinse poo off of the soiled dipes into the bucket.When all the diapers are rinsed, I simply dump the bucket into the toilet. This method
When the diaper is reasonably clean, I switch the water to the other side of the sink and presoak the diapers in cold water overnight. I usually add vinegar to the soak.
Then, every other day I wash diapers. I do a short, light cold cycle with detergent and a long hot cycle with vinegar only and an extra rinse. We have very hard water here and this combo is working quite well for us.