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Diy Make Your Own Reed Diffuser

posted in Home & Garden
10/23/2014
  • 1.Find or purchase a suitable container to hold the diffuser.
    2.Find suitable reeds (also known as sticks) to add to the diffuser container.
    3.Decide on what oil or diffuser base you’ll use.
    4.Blend the essential oil with the dipropylene glycol or the diffuser base oil.
    5.Fill the diffuser bottles or containers to approximately 75 to 85 percent capacity with the reed diffuser oil.
    6.Put reeds into the oil and allow them to sit for one hour.
    7.Flip the reeds over after an hour to saturate the top part of the reeds that stick out above the oil level.

  • 8.Place the finished reed diffuser container somewhere suitable in your home.

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