Reed diffusers are handy if you want to add a subtle, around-the-clock scent to your home. They are long-lasting, flame, aerosol, power, and residue-free. Despite the convenience of using reed diffusers, they also require some care, like candles. Below, we explain how to use a reed diffuser and offer some useful tips.
How to Use a Reed Diffuser
Once you have received your reed diffuser, remove the stopper on the jar. If you purchased a refill pack, uncap it and pour a few ounces into the bottle (careful not to fill to the very top.) Then, recap the refill pack and store it in a cool, dry place. Next, take the reed sticks that come with your diffuser, and put them inside the bottle. Good places to put your reed diffuser include your closet, bathroom, bedroom, and entryway.
Reed Diffuser Care Tips
- Flip them once in a while to keep a strong fragrance. We recommend doing it over a trash can or sink to prevent spills. Flipping the reeds more often will cause the oil to evaporate more quickly.
- Once you notice the oil inside the jar has evaporated, clean it thoroughly with soap and water, and let it dry completely before refilling.
- Discard the used reeds and replace them with new ones whenever you change the oil. Reeds often get dusty and clogged over time, and will affect the performance. New reeds will ensure you get the most potent fragrance possible.
- Keep away from heat sources, keep out of reach of children and pets, and avoid contact with skin and eyes.
- Avoid spilling oil on furniture, textiles, or finished surfaces. Wipe spills immediately with damp cloth.
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