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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions:

 

How much simmering oil should I use in my diffuser? 

Add a couple drops to your water until desired scent strength is reached.  You'll be able to control how strong or soft the scent is by how much scented oil you add. Replace oil and water as needed. Clean up with soap and water. *Make sure your diffuser was made to have scented oil added to the diffuser's water tank before adding.

How much simmering oil should I use in my warmer?
 

Coat the bottom of your warming dish with scented oil then heat. If scent is too strong, heat less oil or dilute with water to soften scent. You'll be able to control how strong or soft the scent is. Replace oil and water as needed. Clean up with soap and water.

Does my warming dish need to be ceramic?

No. You can also simmer oil in a glass or unpainted metal warming dish.

 

Can I simmer the oil in a warming dish heated by a tea light?

Yes, as long as the heat from the candle is hot enough to melt wax tarts.

 

How long does the scent last?

You should get approximately 25 hours of scent time from each ounce of oil.  40% of each bottle is pure premium grade fragrance and essential oil. And keep in mind that some scents are naturally stronger or softer than others.

 

My oil doesn't seem to last long in my warmer?

If it seems like you're going through oil fast, it could be because your warmer is heating at too hot of a temperature. Here's a few ways to correct this:

1. If your warmer is heated by a light bulb, try going down to a lower wattage bulb. 

2. Don't keep your warmer on all the time.  This keeps the warmer very hot. Plug your warmer into a timer so the warmer only turns on during certain hours.

3. If you've been using a warmer with a warming plate for a couple years, it may be time to replace the warmer.  As these warmers get older, they tend to heat at higher than usual temperatures.

 

Can I use the oil in my reed diffuser?

No, this oil does not contain the ingredient that helps the oil wick up the reeds.

 

Warning:

Never heat oil above 200 degrees or leave a heating warmer or diffuser unattended. Use in a well ventilated area. Keep away form children, pets and finished surfaces. Never use on skin or as a food source.