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Baby Poo Deodorizer Sprays: Ga Ga or Gag


I was recently gifted with a bottle of Poo Pourri Little Stinker ($13), and besides being initially a little offended (are my daughter's diapers that bad?), I was also intrigued (um . . . yep, they are). After a trial run, I have to say the stuff works, replacing the eau de poo with the potent smell of essential oils like bergamot, lemongrass, and grapefruit.

Pou Pourri isn't the only diaper spray on the market. Diaper Fresh! ($6) and Nature's Baby Organics PU All-Purpose Deodorizer ($16) are also designed to mask diaper odors. So do you use baby poo spray all or some of the time? For cloth diapers or also for disposable? Tell us all about it below!

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