The Diffuser Cleaner is a high purity, laboratory grade, 99% Isopropyl Alcohol Anhydrous liquid multi-purpose cleaner and solvent. It helps to cut through oil clogs, oil build-up, and residue in atomizing diffusers as well as ultrasonic diffusers and is safe to use on plastic. Diffuser Cleaner
When diffusing essential oils over time, your diffuser will develop an oil buildup that potentially can prevent it from working properly. This alcohol-based diffuser cleaner is a more efficient and convenient way to keep your diffuser running in tip-top condition.
When to Use the Diffuser Cleaner:
We recommend cleaning between oil changes and prior to storing away or traveling with your diffuser. Sticky oil clogs are the main reason diffusers end up in the repair shop.
As a general rule, it’s best to use your atomizing diffusers DAILY to keep the internal tubes and straws clear of oil clogs.
How to Clean Your Diffuser:
Atomizing Diffusers (Waterless): Turn off diffuser. Remove the orifice reducer from the Diffuser Cleaner bottle. Screw the atomizer on to the Diffuser Cleaner bottle. Diffuse on high for a couple of minutes in a well-ventilated area. Place several drops of the cleaner on a soft rag and wipe the outside of diffuser clean. Do not tip diffuser with the Diffuser Cleaner attached to the unit.
Well-Style Atomizing Diffusers: Turn off diffuser. Clear the well of excess essential oil. Fill the bottom of the well with Diffuser Cleaner. Diffuse for a couple of minutes on high in a well-ventilated area. Place several drops of the cleaner on a soft rag and wipe the outside of diffuser clean.
Ultrasonic Diffusers (Water): Turn off diffuser. Remove excess water. Place several drops of the cleaner on the ultrasonic chip and soak the chip for a few minutes before wiping off. Wipe out the inside and outside of the diffuser with a little Diffuser Cleaner on a cloth.
I was skeptical, but can't believe how well this stuff cleans out my atomizers. I have always used vinegar and the results were okay, but this cleaner, which is supposed to be an extra strong rubbing alcohol, really makes a big difference. It cuts through the oil build up fast! And it's mild smelling. I'm pleasantly surprised.
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Reviewed by: Mitchell from Indiana. on 11/3/2017