Has your reed diffuser stopped working like it used to?
Has your reed diffuser stopped emitting the fragrance you love?
If your reed diffuser still has oil in it, there's no reason it shouldn't be working!
Did you know? Our sense is smell works best during spring and summer because there's added moisture in the air.
First things first, flip your reeds 180 degrees so the end that was in the oil is now out in the air.
Try this over or in a sink, and consider wearing gloves in case the oil creates a reaction on your skin.
This step refreshes the fragrance and gets the scent out in the air again.
If that step doesn't work, check the reeds to see if they have gotten clogged or dusty over time.
If they’re looking a bit worse for wear, try swapping the reeds for a new set to get the most of out of your left over fragrance oil.
A replacement set of unbleached, natural reeds will diffuse fragrance into the air once again.