9.20.2014

Spray Collar Review and Giveaway!

There's a new cloth diaper accessory and it's awesome! Diaper Dawgs released their first product last year, also called "Diaper Dawgs", to add in spraying out diapers. This product was perfect for parents or caregivers that were squeamish about touching dirty diapers. Not only is the product incredibly easy to use, but it was so stinkin' adorable!



But Diaper Dawgs didn't stop there. This year they announced the Spray Collar! This handy tool attaches to your diaper spray and shields the water from spraying all over you and your bathroom! It guides any back spray from making a mess! The best part about this sprayer is it's small and compact and never needs to be taken off your diaper sprayer to be stored!

I did have a hard time installing the sprayer at first. It didn't come with instructions and I was worried at first that it wasn't going to fit on the nozzle of my Knickernappies sprayer. I walked away for a bit, found an installation video and tried ago. Voila! It worked! The spray collar has stayed put ever since and hasn't had any problems staying attached.

The Spray Collar will fit most diaper sprayers (the nozzle should be 1" to 1.25" in diameter), but you may have to get creative with the mounting. My sprayer does not mount properly with the Spray Collar attached. I have to turn the nozzle facing outward in order to store my sprayer. This isn't the most secure way and it is easily knocked off the hook. Diaper Dawgs does sell a mount separately that will solve this problem. I've also tried hooking it onto a 3M hook which also works well!


The Spray Collar retails for $14.95 and a mount (if desired) is $4.95. You can purchase a Spray Collar at your favorite retailer!

This review was sponsored by Green Team Distribution and they'd like to give you the chance to win a Spray Collar of your own! Open to residents of the US, 18 years or older!

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This post contains affiliate links. I received a Spray Collar for reviewing purposes in exchange for this post.

52 comments:

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  2. We have a diaper sprayer and everything usually goes all over the toilet. Lol

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  3. we just dunk right now since we just started with CD and are having to add slowly due to costs ;)

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  4. We use a home made diaper sprayer

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  5. Spray it with my bumGenius sprayer and throw it in the wash!

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  6. Sprayer, and try not to make a mess!

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  7. Not sure yet since Baby Girl isn't here yet. We have a sprayer so a Spray Collar would be awesome!

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  8. Not sure if my comment went through.... we have a diaper sprayer but I haven't yet mastered the art of not spraying the walls. I would love to have this!

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  9. I make my husband deal with it. After 3 years we finally have a sprayer now we need a collar

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  10. i'll let you know how i deal with the poop when my LO arrives in December :)

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  11. Right now my son is EBF so I just toss the diapers in the pail, then wash! When he gets to solids I will have to use my sprayer!
    jbang0331 at yahoo dot com

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  12. I use a diaper sprayer, i cant wait to get a spray collar because 1-2 times a day my bathroom tirns into a small river. Spray collar will be the solution. I call the makerbof spray collar genius. Thank you!!!

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  13. We have a diaper sprayer that gets very messy. This would be a great solution!

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  14. right now baby is ebf, so we can just throw them in the bin. we'll be getting a sprayer once we start solids :)

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  15. Plop it in potty. If messy, I use a wipe to scrape into potty. Then I use shower head to spray diaper in a pail with spray pail

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  16. We have a sprayer and the Spray Pal, but would love to try out the Spray Collar with our sprayer!

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  17. I use a sprayer.but usually just plop it in the toilet.

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  18. we have a diaper sprayer and a spray pal!

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  19. We have EBF poop right now, but i like the idea of inserts so my husband will get on board!!

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  20. spray with a shower head attachment in our utility sink

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  21. I use liners and just flush down the toilet

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  22. I have a spray pal and I'm planning on getting a diaper sprayer!

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  23. I am hoping to use a diaper sprayer when baby arrives.

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  24. Plop what we can in the toilet and scrape the rest off. Gross. Three years and two babies into cloth diapering, I need to get hubby to buy me a sprayer already!!!

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  25. Spray carefully and u just started using flushable liners to help cut down on spray time.

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  26. We were lucky enought with our first to have diaper service gifted to us for the first 6 months! For our second we will definitely need a sprayer.

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  27. I use liners but a sprayer is on my wishlist!

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  28. We use liners and we just got a sprayer just need to hook it up.

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  29. Very carefully!! I have a spray-pal and I love it!

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  30. Plop it into the toilet, needing to upgrade though.

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  31. My husband just put a sprayer in for me, but I'm getting water all over the place!

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  32. Well first and foremost, lots of crying happens whenever there is poop. I thrust my hands in the air and scream "WHYYY!??!?" to the Gods of Fecal Matter. Then there is always more crying because the smell --OH THE SMELL -- it's just terrible. Then, we have to scrub that nasty specimen off of our sweet innocent happy baby's bum. This process usually takes about fifteen minutes. How do they get so much poop in all the crevices? Then, we go to put a new diaper, and find another yellow spot of delightful tushie juice under his little scrotum. WHY DO THEY HIDE POOP FROM ME LIKE THIS?!

    Anyway, moving on from terror that is getting the poop off of the baby, then we have to get the poop off of the diaper. Luckily, I have a little breastfed baby, so his anal faucet leakage can just go in the washer for now. My daughter however . . . her poops are terrible. We always have to spray them, and they rarely all come off. Sometimes we have a better shot at shooting it off (see what a did there?) when we fold the diaper, and that helps it roll off? But usually it's just a lot of spraying and then scrubbing my eyes with as much soap as I can stand because the natural flow of poop when sprayed is directly into the eye of the sprayer. Poop never ever wants to be flushed.

    Have a great day! Thanks for letting me be creative this morning! <3

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    1. OMG, this is hilarious! Thanks for the laugh!

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  33. This would be nice to have since I am about to have a diaper sprayer.

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  34. I have always wanted a sprayer, but use the dunk/swish now. Hubby would love the "dawgs" to keep his hands out!

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  35. We have a diaper sprayer, although we still just have breastmilk poop.

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  36. This would be really useful once baby gets bigger! He's not quite here yet though.

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  37. i toss what i can into the trash and if its really bad i will dunk in the toilet - not too often though

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  38. I use a sprayer into my toilet right now.

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  39. We dunk ours. I really want to buy a sprayer for the next baby for sure. it would make things easier.

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  40. Expecting my first, so I can't really answer the question, as I haven't tried it yet!!

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  41. New to Cloth Diaper and haven't tried it yet !

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  42. Waiting for little one so we can learn how to deal with the poop but I am a nurse. I have cleaned little poops, giant poops, stinky poops and projectile poops. I think I can't handle it. Any poops I am not wiping off of a hairy butt is easy to deal with ;-)

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