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Reed Diffusers--I NEED New Ones!

Friday, August 4, 2017

Well, I received the Water Lily fragrance Oil the other day and proceeded to pour some of it into the small vase like diffuser I have had for ages. It is so pretty-an egg shell blue and it is in my living room. The closest I could find was on Willow Tree Pottery an Etsy site and sells for $20.00 (no, I am NOT an affiliate!)



Wait a minute--the scent of the oil is perfect--but little to no scent was wafting into the room! So how does she know the scent is perfect you are thinking. Remember that I am a total klutz--not only did I spill a very small amount onto my hands--but then I picked up the diffuser reeds to turn them around!! Turning them upside down did not seem to do the trick--time for new reeds? Where should I get them and what kind should I get? I asked that question on Google search.

Well according to the article I found How To Choose The Best Diffuser Reeds I need to find ones made of Rattan. For the reason why go read the article! Now to go find some. Reeds last a pretty long time-especially if you are going to stick to the same fragrance. I've never seen replacement reeds sold in any of the stores I frequent--so to the internet I went.

Yikes--plenty of replacement reeds to be had--but in quantities of 50+. I really don't need that many--Wait--it seems that Yankee Candle sells them separately!! Maybe I will give them a call or stop in the store near me!! Maybe The Christmas Shoppe? Well the search is on!!








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11 comments :

Gladys Parker said...

I hope you find reeds at an affordable price. I have so many allergies I don't dare to use anything like that. My daughter seems to be able to use fruity ones but not flower or wood types.

Dorothy said...

I like these , I think they are affordable and love using them in my home.
@tisonlyme143

Calvin F. said...

Had used these many years ago, they worked great. Lasts quite a long time too.

Uhunoma Aguebor said...

I love these! I think they have a nice aroma and it really does a good job of making the whole room smell nice!

Melanie Borhi said...

I love reed diffusers they make your home smell great. I have a neighbour who cooks with strong curry and it helps neuteralize the air and get rid of odors.

Gina H. said...

Water Lily fragrance Oil sounds like it would smell so good! Now I really want to get a reed diffuser to try out.

DVDgal75 said...

I'd love to try this.

Denise Low said...

I would love this. I am always trying something different to make the house smell good.

Karen Propes said...

I stopped using them, and need to start back. I love the smell of the scents. They really are easy to use and a great way to scent a room.

slehan said...

I'd rather use an essential oil diffuser. For some reason the oils used in this kind of diffuser give me a headache.
slehan at juno dot com

Jerry Marquardt said...

Getting ready for fall, I will be pulling this out again. I cannot wait to use the diffuser again.

 
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