What Kind of Diffusers?
Did you know there are two different kinds of diffusers?
This is your Aria, Rainstone, Feather the Owl, Desert Mist, Lantern, and other diffusers with an ultrasonic plate.
These use ultrasonic vibrations to put oil into the air.
They also have a great humidifying effect, which is especially wonderful in dry weather.
Many people say to watch adding citrus oils into diffusers because they’ll erode.
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This is for the AromaLux and any other diffuser with an atomizer.
An atomizer gives you the scent for your home that we have come to love, but it also has therapeutic and healing capabilities.
It breaks down the oil put into it and puts out small particles that are easier for your lungs and body to absorb.
Which Kind of Water?
The instructions always suggest distilled, but what if you’re a diffusing queen like yours truly and don’t want to lug huge distilled water jugs home from the store each week?
Our family chose another route that affects the quality of our water both in our diffuser and that we drink each day: reverse osmosis.
You can get a whole home reverse osmosis (see an example here) or one to place under your kitchen sink (see an example here).
This ensures we are breathing in and drinking in only the best water available sans prescription meds, heavy metals, and other chemicals.
Cleaning Your Ultrasonic Diffuser
Best practice is rinsing and wiping your diffuser after each use. The type of deep clean that follows is suggested 1-2 times per month.
- Turn off and unplug diffuser.
- Wipe out the reservoir with a wet cotton cloth.
- Dip a cotton swab in rubbing alcohol and clean the ultrasonic plate to remove any extra buildup.
- Rinse the reservoir with water, wipe it clean, and dry up the excess water with a soft cloth.
Cleaning Your Atomizing Diffuser
- Turn off and unplug diffuser.
- Dip a cotton swab in rubbing alcohol and swab to clean ALL areas of the diffuser.
- Check for power: if the light turns on, the power is working.
- Listen for fan: fan should be audible when diffuser is working.
- Make sure air vent isn’t obstructed or damaged.
- Check ultrasonic plate: if no bubbling is seen after water is added, the ultrasonic plate may need to be replaced.
- Check lid: if it’s not flush with the body, it won’t work properly.
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