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Old 11-01-2013, 08:15 PM   #1
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How soon after introducing solids do I need to use a liner or a diaper sprayer?

We are about to start introducing solids and I'm kind of dreading how it might affect our easy wash routine. If she only gets a couple baby spoonfuls of fruit or veggies per day, how soon does the poo situation change? When do I need to start getting the poop off before washing?

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We do a quick dump of contents into toilet most times and if it's mostly dry, it goes into diaper laundry bin. If it seems really stuck on, I often give it a quick rinse in the toilet. Not always easy; always requires a serious hand-washing after.... We delayed solids 'til 7 mo. and DS (16 mo.) still drinks more mama milk calories than he eats many days. We also part time ec, so 'catch' a lot of BMs in his potty. I know a lady who dumps solids sometimes and sometimes just ends up washing her dipes a third time! Another acqaintance used an old spoon to clean dipes before putting into pail. Just some thoughts when I should be fast asleep!
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Re: How soon after introducing solids do I need to use a liner or a diaper sprayer?

My understanding is as soon as poo changes to "peanut butter" consistency. .. as I recall it was a pretty noticeable change from the ebf poops. But I don't really like to deal with the poops...if I can't plop it, I scrape it into the toilet with a little tp and call it good! A spoon would probably work well too!
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Re: How soon after introducing solids do I need to use a liner or a diaper sprayer?

I cded my last two. I never used liners nor did I spray or rinse. I used my cloth wipe to push off anything that easily came off into the toilet. Anything stuck on went into the pail. A rinse cycle before the wash took care of it all.
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Old 11-03-2013, 02:06 PM   #5
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Re: How soon after introducing solids do I need to use a liner or a diaper sprayer?

Well, it seems the poo situation changes rather quickly. My LO tried (and loved) a couple baby spoonfuls of pureed sweet potato the past 2 days and her poop today is already thicker and stickier than before. It seems on its way to peanut butter I will try wiping off with toilet paper or maybe my gdiaper swish stick for a couple days and see if that works. Thanks for the suggestions ladies!
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Re: How soon after introducing solids do I need to use a liner or a diaper sprayer?

Love my diaper sprayer, used it all the time! The diaper liners are great when you are out and about, because you know the baby always poops than! LOL
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