Reed Diffusers: No Flame, All Gain

June 29, 2017 0 Comments

Reed Diffusers: No Flame, All Gain

Guys, its HOT. Like melt your face off and replace it with an ice pack, hot.

So, the last thing you want to do is light a candle, we get it. Who would want to light a flame that could potentially eat away at the sweet, cold air coming out of the air conditioner? No one.

Unless you’re an addict, like us, that needs your fragrance fix year-round. We have a solution for you: reed diffusers. Reed diffusers are a simple system where the oil rises through the reeds and the diffuser releases the fragrance into the air. These are the best alternative to candles which need a flame to release the scent into the air. The reed diffusers on the other hand are perfectly safe as there is no flame or heat involved.

So now the question is, how do you use them?

  • Place the reeds into the bottle to absorb the oil.
  • Let the reeds draw diffuser oil for a few hours. Then flip the reeds to expose the oil saturated reeds.
  • Place unsaturated (dry) end of the sticks into the bottle.
  • The reeds should continue to draw oil for 3-4 months. If replacement reeds are needed, please let us know.

Some things to remember:

  • The best part about using a home fragrance diffuser is that these are completely environmentally friendly and do not require any kind of flame in order to work.
  • There is no fear of messy wax; no aerosols or artificial fragrances involved and no external power is required to make the product work.
  • A reed diffuser can be placed in any room and can work for months without changing the set up. It also enhances the ambiance of the place as it looks like a work of art.
  • The setup is very easy to put up. The reed sticks are taken and dipped in the oil in a fanning out position.
  • Be careful to not spill the oil or light the reeds on fire. Keep your reed diffuser out of reach of children, pets, and where it can be knocked over easily. The oil can stain some surfaces, so clean it up immediately if it is spilled.

If you are interested in reed diffusers, you can shop them online here.


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