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Reed diffusers are a great way to fragrance your home or any indoor environment. Available in a wide range of colours and sizes, reed diffusers are a simple, elegant and effective way to infuse fragrance into any space or room without the need for an open flame.
The reed diffuser, or aroma diffuser, delivers fragrance with a distinct yet simple wicking system of reeds. Fragranced liquid seeps up through the length of the reed diffuser sticks, allowing scent to fill the room. The reed diffuser uses essential oils or fragrance oils mixed with a special non-toxic dispersing base, allowing the reed diffuser to not just add scent to a room but to allow the therapeutic properties or essential oils to fill the room as well. Ease of use and minimal maintenance and care have made reed diffusers a hugely popular product in room fragrance.
A reed diffuser consists of
Diffuser reeds or sticks look very similar to bamboo except the best performing diffuser reeds are made from rattan, a natural plant material. They contain many tiny channels or holes that travel the full length. The most popular size for rattan reeds or diffuser reeds is 30cm. However, you can cut them down smaller if using a very short glass as your diffuser container. Each rattan stick contains about 20 individual channels inside. These run the entire length of the reed and draw or suck up the fragrance to help disperse it. Always purchase these types of quality rattan reeds and not solid rattan or bamboo reeds. They will not perform as well. As a general rule, 10 diffuser reeds will give a nice scent throw and the more reeds used, the stronger the scent throw.
Most people use glass containers with their diffuser oils. This is because some other substances such as plastics or metal may react with the fragrance oils. Plus, it looks quite elegant when filled with diffuser oil and diffuser reeds.
When purchasing diffuser fragrance oils be sure to look for high-quality oils. This will ensure long life and a pleasant smell. Avoid cheap oils that smell very chemically as these may also be harmful to smell. As a general rule, about 40mls of diffuser oil should last about a month. This does depend on several factors such as temperature, air-conditioning, airflow, et cetera.
If you would like to find out further information about our reed diffusers, please browse our reed diffuser frequently asked questions.
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