The reed diffuser supplies are being discontinued and once present stock is sold they will no longer be available. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Reed diffusers are made up of only three items. A container, a set of reeds and diffuser fragrance oil. Most people use a clear glass bottle as it looks more elegant and some substances such as plastics or metal may react with the fragrance oil. If you are looking for a more economical option you can simply use the bottles that our fragrance oils come packaged in. Once you've chosen your container simply pour your diffuser fragrance oil into the bottle until it's 3/4 full and then insert the reed diffuser sticks. I've found 5-6 sticks to be sufficient for a bathroom or an office, but you may want to use 8-10 sticks for a larger size room or when a stronger scent throw is desired. To kick start your reed diffuser it is recommended to flip the reeds after one hour of first adding the sticks.
There are many factors that will effect how long your reed diffuser oil will last and how much fragrance it will release. These factors include; how many reeds you use, the size of the bottle, the amount of oil, the air-flow around your reed diffuser (is it close to a fan or an open window), temperature, air-conditioning etc. etc. To get the most out of your reed diffuser don't forget to flip the reeds occasionally (once a week or as required) to recharge the scent.
When changing scents don't forget to wash out your bottle (using vinegar works great) and ALWAYS use new reeds. With time their ability to draw up fragrance is reduced and they can get clogged up by dust particles etc.
Do Not light the diffuser reeds.
Take care to position your reed diffuser where they are out of reach of children and pets and will not be knocked over easily. The mixture may stain surfaces if spilt so its also a good idea to place on a coaster.