Diffuser care guide
Our flower and reed diffusers are hand-poured in small batches using non-toxic ingredients to ensure the best quality while providing a strong and long-lasting fragrance. Please follow these safety recommendations to enjoy the full tropical life of your diffuser:
Most diffuser fragrance will damage any surfaces and ours is no different it’s just most retailers don’t tell you! Please make sure the flowers/reeds are not touching anything and standing free on a stable surface. Mop up any spillages immediately with a wet cloth and dry fully.
Flower diffuser care guide
-Unscrew the black metal cap and remove the plastic stopper, replace the cap.
-Immerse your flower reed into the diffuser and allow it to soak up the fragrance.
-The fragrance will evaporate evenly throughout the room for a approximate time of 14 weeks, filling your home with your favourite aroma.
Over time the petals of some flower like the Peonies will open out and become translucent with all the fluid it has absorbed, if you touch the diffuser flower the fragrance will transfer to your hands so please wash carefully if it touches your skin.
Reed diffuser care guide
-Unscrew the black metal cap and remove the plastic stopper
-Securely screw the black cap back on
-Immerse your reeds into the liquid and allow them to soak up the oil. Once they have absorbed some of the oil, flip them to begin the release of the beautiful scented home fragrance.
-WARNING! Spilled oil can be corrosive and damage surfaces!
If oil is spilled wipe immediately with a cloth
-You’ll need to flip your reeds regularly, we suggest every few days, to keep the scent fresh and fragrant. Keep in mind that the more your flip, the quicker the oil will evaporate.
-The fragrance will evaporate evenly throughout the room for an approximate time of 12 weeks, filling your home with your favourite aroma.
If you want to make the fragrance more apparent in a room, increase the number of reeds you use. If you want to lessen the fragrance, remove a reed or two.
We recommend replacing the reeds every so often as they can become saturated and clogged which reduces their ability to work properly. And every time you use a new scent, use new reeds.