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How to Use and Care for your Wonderful Scents Essential Oil Diffuser
- Dec 13, 2018 -


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How to Use and Care for your Wonderful Scents Essential Oil Diffuser


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Our customers have asked several different questions about use and care for your Wonderful Scents essential oil diffuser.

I use my Wonderful aroma diffuser everyday and also have the feed back of our customers' experiences. I am happy to share these with you here.

What type of water do I use in my Wonderful aroma diffuser and how much?

I use tap water in mine and I recommend that to everyone. Your diffuser comes with a water cup, please used at least two of these cups in your diffuser.

Your diffuser will shut off automatically if there is too much or too little water in it; a safety feature of our Wonderderful Scents Essential Oil Diffusers.

What type of oils do I use in my Wonderful Scents diffuser? How much oil do I use in my diffuser?

Do not use fragrance oils, they will damage your diffuser. Only use essential oils. I tell people to start with about 5 to 8 drops and adjust to your liking.

I use more if I am diffusing on the high setting (about 15 drops). The amount is a personal preference, so I recommend you start with a about 5 to 8 drops and adjust that less or more to find the amount of drops you prefer diffusing. 

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Wonderful Scents 300 ml Essential Oil Diffuser Components 

How do I clean my Wonderful Scents diffuser?

I clean my diffuser with a mild detergent  and then run only warm water through it for one cycle with no essential oils. Please do not submerge the base of any of the diffusers in water and they are not dishwasher safe.

I have seen several articles and a few of our customers have ran a cycle with a water and vinegar or just vinegar through the diffuser. I ask that you not do this. The results seems to have been hit or miss, but eventually it damages the internal workings of the diffuser and causes the diffuser to no longer work.