Thursday, October 31, 2019

Correct maintenance of an essential oil diffuser

Now that you own an essential oil diffuser it is important to make take care of its maintenance to make sure it works properly throughout the years.

Although most essential oils have anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, they can be corrosive to your machine if you leave them many days in the deposit.

Residues may build up even if you thoroughly dry the device and it will eventually stop working. The suggestion is to undergo a deep cleaning process each month.

The cleaning process of a diffuser is very simple. Each month fill the diffuser with water and add 10 drops of white vinegar into the tank, allow it to run for five minutes, drain the diffuser.

Grab a cotton swab dipped in white vinegar and gently clean those little hard to reach areas. Then rinse with clean water. Use a dry cloth to wipe down until dry.

This will keep your diffuser clean and ready to use. Keep in mind that you also need to perform a daily clean-up process, it involves unplugging the diffuser, discharging the water, then using a cloth wipe it with dish soap, this will soak up the grease.

Using a wet clean side, wipe out the soap. Give the diffuser a quick rinse. Then dry using another cloth.

The main recommendation is to read the manual to perform the cleaning according to the manufacturer's instructions.

It is not always possible to give your diffuser a deep cleaning, but try to do it as often as possible so that it will keep working.

It is important not to do anything forbidden by the enclosed warranty so that it can be exchanged if covered.

Let's take another look at the necessary steps to maintain an essential oil diffuser.

  1. Fill your diffuser about halfway with clean water. Make sure you stop well below the max line.
  2. Add up to 10 drops of pure white vinegar. This will help in removing the oils that are stuck inside the diffuser and on the glass or plastic pieces.
  3. Let the diffuser run for about 3-5 minutes to allow the water-vinegar mixture to disperse throughout the unit and clean it.
  4. Drain the diffuser completely.
  5. Using a cotton swab dipped in vinegar, clean the tight spots and corners of the diffuser to make sure that no spots are left dirty.
  6. Rinse with clean water.
  7. Empty again and it’s done.
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