Purrfect zone cloth diaper sprayer


Washing Cloth Diapers

The traditional dunk and swish method is time consuming and a hassle.  The PurrfectZone Cloth Diaper Sprayer is best thing ever for washing poop off diapers with time-saving efficiency.  It is also a great alternative to the Peri bottle which needs constant refilling, for postpartum care.


Purrfectzone Diaper Sprayer

Looking for a high quality diaper sprayer? A time-saving way to remove residue & bowel movements from dirty diapers.  Our diaper sprayer is made of high quality materials designed to last.

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Millennial Parenting Trend

Cloth Diapers

Are you using cloth diapers hoping this would somehow make your baby and yourself a bit more eco-friendly?

The Trend

Millennials are having their babies at home.  They are also co-sleeping, and exclusive breastfeeding.  Cloth diapers have also become a passion for millennial parents. The modern versions come in a variety of bright colors and patterned styles and recent innovations have made them far easier to use and clean. 

Environmentally Friendly Option

Most cloth diaper users will say their choice is mainly an environmental one.  The use of disposable diapers is producing a mountain of waste that will take decades to disappear.

Are Cloth Diapers Worth it?


Why Use Cloth Diapers?

Many parents who have tried every disposable diaper available, say that some felt too rough, some smelled disgusting and others gave their babies horrible rashes.  


Benefits of Cloth Diapers


  • Environmentally Friendly:  Poop is flushed in the toilet where it belongs and not in our landfills.
  • Cheaper Option: There is an initial investment parents have to make but cloth diapers are still cheaper and there is a huge market for used cloth diapers so that you can get back some of your money. You can also use them for other children.
  • Fewer Rashes: Disposable diapers have harsh chemicals.   
  • They Don’t Stink:  Disposable diapers in the trash smell bad for hours. 


Do you get Poop in your washing machine?

No - You don't just take the poop-filled diaper and throw it in your machine. You remove the waste and flush it away, then spray the diaper with a sprayer before washing it.  The purrfectzone diaper sprayer is great for this purpose.