What Type Of Oil Can I Use In My Diffuser?
Other companies offer cheap, misleading oils that may be 100% Natural, but consist of mostly Carrier Oils. Carrier Oils are meant to be applied topically, not diffused. Their thick consistency can actually ruin your diffuser—not just our products, but their diffusers too. Most importantly, do not ever use Fragrance Oils in our diffusers. Find out more about different types of Oils here.
Once you have decided on an Essential Oil to diffuse, refer to your Instruction Manual to see how many drops are recommended for your unit. Adding too much or too little oil can impact mist output!
To extend the life of your diffuser, please be certain to use only 100% Pure Essential Oils. by doing so, it will ensure your unit qualifies for any future warranty claims. any use of Fragrance Oils will void our warranty due to synthetic ingredients used. We've included a few directions below, to help with the maintenance of your diffuser.
1.) CLEANING METHOD
To clean, pour enough distilled white vinegar inside the empty water tank to cover the base of the tank. Let soak overnight. Rinse with warm water (being sure to avoid getting water into the air vent opening at the top of the tank). Take something soft such as a cotton swab or cotton ball and gently wipe up around the ceramic diffusing disc at the bottom of the tank. Refill with water, making sure the level is noticeably below the max fill.
2.) AIR DRYING METHOD
When adding water, be sure to avoid any water getting into the air vent opening at the top of the water tank. That opening leads directly to the electronics, the unit will not function correctly if they get wet. To be on the safe side, try air drying your unit by removing the top, flipping the base upside-down and letting air dry for at least 48hrs. When you go use again, be mindful of that air vent opening and make sure the water level is noticeably below the max fill indicator.