Clay diffusers are simple to use and ideal for delicate aroma diffusion. Suitable for use in well-circulated, enclosed areas
Diffusion Rate 100ml - 1 to 2months Factors such as hot, dry weather, air-conditioning and drafts may affect the evaporation rate of your diffuser.
Directions Remove the ceramic tree from the vase with care. Fill with the home scent oil into the vase and replace the ceramic tree into the vase. Allow a few days for the ceramic tree to soak up the home scent oil from the base. Over time, your favourite scent will be diffused into the atmospheric air.
Changing Scent for Diffusion: Changing the scent for your clay diffuser is possible but only applicable for the first attempt, and to clay pieces that have only absorbed oil for less than a month. Subsequent switches lower the effectiveness of diffusion. Over time, oils are absorbed into the core part of the porous ceramic and it will be very challenging to execute a thorough scent change.
Please note that it will not be possible to remove any oil-induced discolouration left on the clay.
To Perform a Scent Change: Immerse the clay in boiling hot water. Replace the cooled water after every 30 minutes to ensure that the water remains hot. Over time, oils from within the clay body will surface. Gently wipe off the oil and soak in hot water again. Repeat the steps until you no longer see oil coming out of the clay. A final soak of 30 to 60mins in the cleaning solution will give the last thorough cleansing. Total time required may take 2 to 8 hours.
Dry the clay in the sun for a few days to ensure that your clay is completely dry on the inside. Clay pieces still clogged with water will not be able to absorb new diffuser oil and fail to diffuse any new scents.
Caution Keep out of reach of children and pets. Keep away from smoke and flame. Do not place the diffuser near any plastic surfaces, e.g. car console.
Diffuser oil contains pure essential oils, and is incompatible with plastic surfaces. All essential oils are extracted from plants and may contain natural sediments. Colour of oil may vary due to different harvests and does not affect product quality.