Material: Glass Jar and wooden lid with plastic stopper
Maximum Fill Volume: 120ml
Colours: Clear only
Reed Sticks: Requires 8 – 10
Fragrance Load: 15 – 20ml (This is only a guideline, and ratios depends on the strength of the fragrance desired)
Testing is required
Instructions and care
Note that all diffuser making should be on a flat surface, lay down newspaper on the work surface.
Step 1 – Jars
Pack out the jars and ensure that they are dust free. Remove the plastic stopper.
Step 2 – Fragrance and oil
Measure out the diffuser base oil in a separate container.
Measure out the Fragrance oil, use the 15-20% recommend fragrance load. (This is based on our fragrances and base oil)
IE – 100ml base oil = 10ml fragrance.
You can measure the oil out first and ad the fragrance, stir gently and then pour into the jars. For smaller quantities, simply adjust the ratio of base oil to the 10-15% fragrance load. For a stronger scent, you can work on 15 – 20% (15-20ml) fragrance. Please note that these are only guidelines, and own testing is required at all times.
Step 3 – Closing
Make sure that the diffuser jar is filled almost to the top, leaving space for the stopper. Take care not to overfill your jar.
Close if off with the given lid.
Reverse the reeds regularly to recharge and ensure the consistency of the fragrance.
Caring for your diffuser is important take note and care of the following, and yours should last up to six months.
Do not place in direct sunlight ie on a bathroom window still.
Try to clean off the top of the jar, as well as gently wipe down the reeds before turning to limit dust settling into the diffuser.
Once opened, soak the reeds for up to 4 hours and then turn for the first time.
Be diligent and place away from plug points and keep safely away from children.
If some of the contents are spilled, clean up immediately with a paper towel.
Do not expose to flames, or try and light the sticks.
Download complimentary Diffuser Testing Sheet