Cloth Diaper Butler {#clothdiaperhop Sponsor Spotlight}

Ever since I've started cloth diapering I've never been one to be easily grossed out. However one of the tasks I dread with cloth diapering is getting the poo off.

Now I have never had to touch poo nor has it ever gotten close enough to touch me. I simply take the diaper to the toilet, plop whatever is in the diaper in the toilet, and then spray off any excess. And sometimes in that process my hand does get wet. With clean water. That is until I got this handy package in the mail!


The Cloth Diaper Butler is a nifty invention that allows you to hold the diaper in the toilet without using your hands!! Simply clip


I first heard of the Cloth Diaper Butler while I attended the Great Cloth Diaper Change this year. It was part of the auction of cloth diaper items and as soon as I heard what it did I knew I had to have one!



Here's how easy it is:

Simply clip the cloth diaper butler onto the diaper like so


Then place it into the toilet and spray off any poo


And then you can swish it around in the toilet to make sure everything is comletely off!


After everything is off the daiper you simply put the wet diaper into your bathroom wetbag (or pail) and call it a day! You never have to actually touch the diaper. And if needed, you can even let the diaper soak a bit in the toilet by draping the butler over the toilet and closing the lid. No more fishing for diapers from the toilet either.

The Cloth Diaper Butler takes the "ick" factor out of your diaper washing routine. It offers a better spraying angle and the ability to soak soiled cloth. (Water can do wonders for sticky poo.) No need to fiddle around with a dirty diaper with your hands. Let the Butler do it!



The makers of the Cloth Diaper Butler have kindly offered to give one lucky Simmworks Family Blog reader a Cloth Diaper Butler of their own (a $12.95 value) in the Fluffy Butts Cloth Diapering Giveaway Hop!

Make sure to head on back to this blog between June 4th and June 15th to enter to win my cloth diapering essentials package for Fluffy Butts! Then enter all of the other wonderful blogs linking up to this event.



Disclaimer: I received a Cloth Diaper Butler for review purposes only. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

29 comment(s) with love:

Cyndy said... Reply To This Comment

Not having used cloth diapers, I often wondered about how this all worked - this seems like a great solution!

Cole said... Reply To This Comment

So I am kinda curious where the water sprayer comes from? I certainly don't have one in my bathroom

Rebekah said... Reply To This Comment

We are trying to get pregnant, and I am already thinking about cloth vs. disposable diapers. The cloth cleaning process is one issue I've considered and this product looks wonderful!

Danielle Simmons said... Reply To This Comment

Cole - We installed our own diaper sprayer. You can purchase one from various cloth diaper friendly sites or build one like we did. They run about $50 for most models.

But with the cloth diaper butler, if you don't have a sprayer you can easily just swish the diaper in the toilet to remove the poo instead.

Kecia said... Reply To This Comment

I didn't use cloth diapers with my son, so this isn't something I have thought about. But it's definitely a helpful little tool!

Greta said... Reply To This Comment

Ingenious!! There's all kinds of crazy stuff for babies nowadays.

East9thStreet said... Reply To This Comment

I think this would also work for plain old underwear. My daughter still won't go #2 in the toilet! :/

Michele Latham said... Reply To This Comment

I love this! My kids are grown now,but once upon a time, I had three in cloth diapers at once! Why is it I don't remember having touched much poo? Selective memory, I guess!

Mom Caboodle said... Reply To This Comment

Great idea...love the water sprayer!

Isra said... Reply To This Comment

Wow cloth diaper accessories have come a long way! I just use my two ol hands. :)

Aline Grigorian said... Reply To This Comment

What a great tool. I would have to have one of these if I started cloth diapering. Love your sprayer too. Great idea.

Tiffany C. said... Reply To This Comment

I need a diaper sprayer and the diaper butler. How awesome is that?! I had never heard of such a thing. This would save my hands.

MissMannah said... Reply To This Comment

This looks ingenious! Wish I had invented it.

MrsKucz said... Reply To This Comment

This is a wonderful invention! I was just telling my husband the other day how I needed one of these, I am sick of sticking my hands in the toilet :(

Bekah Kuczenski

HCeallaigh said... Reply To This Comment

im not sure if this is more work than its worth.. ?? but its worth trying if i win it!

Deltaflute said... Reply To This Comment

love the idea behind it. Also should note that it's made in the USA. Love that!

Sarh said... Reply To This Comment

I don't even have a diaper sprayer!!! And now I discover this awesome invention!!! I so need this!

Nikki said... Reply To This Comment

I love our diaper sprayer and see these two items working hand in hand together beautifully! I would love to try one of these out :)

charychild said... Reply To This Comment

Seems useful!

Beth R said... Reply To This Comment

Wow this would be great for us since we don't have a sprayer! Maybe if I get this I can talk hubby into one

Stephanie H. said... Reply To This Comment

I love the idea of this make it much easier to clean off dirty duds.

Melinda C said... Reply To This Comment

This would be so helpful! You could also use it to let diapers soak in the toilet for those really super poopy ones!

about pollyanna said... Reply To This Comment

would love to win one of these to try out and see how helpful it would be.

Geri Fink said... Reply To This Comment

I love the idea that you can let your diaper soak and not fish for it later. Word of caution, keep the bathroom door shut and toddler proof unless you want wet poo diaper dragged and swung all over the house.

Amy V said... Reply To This Comment

this would be so handy! i'd love this!!

mywildcrazylife said... Reply To This Comment

I remember my mother swishing and shaking out a diaper in the toilet which she had to constantly clean, it was so disturbing. This is so helpful to prevent getting nasty hands
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Meleakua said... Reply To This Comment

very handy!! the cleaning of the poo, now that my son is doing more solid foods, is not my favorite activity either!!!! this is brilliant! i would so love one!!

RebeccaWM said... Reply To This Comment

This is an amazing product. I really want one! I hate touching icky diapers, and this would help me totally avoid that!

Audrey Jensen said... Reply To This Comment

I don't know the creator of this item, but they are brilliant. I might actually get hubby to clean up/out some diapers using this!