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How to take care of your diffuser

How to take care of your Diffuser

Whether you’re creating new blends that remind you of your favourite places or firing up your old standbys like LavenderLemon, or Peppermint to create a familiar aromatic ambiance, chances are your Young Living diffuser puts in a lot of hours. Cleaning yours is important, since oil residue can build up on the inside, affecting how well it works. Make sure to show some love! These tips will show you how to clean it quickly and easily, so you can get back to filling the room with all the right scents.

How to clean your ultrasonic atomizer

(for use with the Aria™, Rainstone™, Desert Mist™, Lantern, and other with an ultrasonic plate)

Lantern Diffuser

  1. Turn off and unplug your diffuser.
  2. Wipe out the reservoir with a wet cotton cloth.
  3. Dip a cotton swab in rubbing alcohol and clean the ultrasonic plate to remove any extra build-up.
  4. Rinse the reservoir with water; then wipe it clean and dry up excess water with a soft cloth.
  5. Add water and essential oils; then diffuse away!

YL Tip: Rinse and wipe out your diffuser after every use. This will help minimize the essential oil buildup. Deep clean it 1-2 times a month.

YL Tip: Is something damaged or not working? Check out our replacement parts!

How to clean your atomizing diffuser

(for use with the AromaLux™ and other diffusers with an atomizer)

  1. Turn off and unplug your diffuser.
  2. Dip a cotton swab in rubbing alcohol and swab to clean all areas.
  3. Add essential oil of choice to the atomizer!

Troubleshooting your diffuser

Having problems getting your atomizer to work properly? Check out the troubleshooting video below for some quick tips!

 

 

YL tip: Looking for more information on using your diffuser? Check out these helpful videos on the Desert MistAriaLantern, and AromaLux.

What is your favourite essential oil blend to use in your diffuser?

Let us know in the comments below!

 

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Linda Butler

Serial studier, researcher, retired from housework, has a heart for people and the things of God. Nanna to 11, is a blogger, an author, speaker at www.KindWomanCrazyLady.com.au - has preached, is a prayer warrior, prattles occasionally, pillion on husbands Cruiser and hot flush menopause professional...

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