Diffusing Essential Oils

Diffusing essential oils is one of the best ways to enjoy the benefits of essential oils. Another article will provide more information on diffusers but for now the following comments are helpful to those who diffuse and are being challenged by diffuser performance:

“If you have had your diffuser for a year or more and have used it often, the diaphram in the pump that vibrates to push out the air might have gotten brittle and need to be replaced. If you want to test to see if your pump has lost its blowing power, take the air line off of the pump, leave it hooked to the diffuser, and blow really hard thru it and see if you can get the oil to diffuse into the air. If not, you have a clog. If so, you need the pump repair. The easiest thing is to take the pump, without the diffuser part, to your local pet store and see if they can order the new diaphram. They might be nice enough to replace it for you, but you can do it yourself just by looking at it and figuring it out. So of you do the needle in the tiny hole in the nozzle trick and it doesn’t help, take a look at your pump. A diaphram is alot cheaper than a new pump. Hope this helps”

“Thieves Cleaner cleans mine out, but before we had
Thieves Cleaner, I used vodka. It might be worth a
try. It could also be that the pump doesn’t produce
enough “umph” to push the spray out the top. Maybe
you could buy a new pump. The pet stores have some
you might be able to use. It’s what they use in fish

“I stuck the end of a toothpick in the tiny hole in the metal below the glass
piece and that apparently cleared it out as it’s been working ever since.”

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(Please read all the information on the proper use of essential oils and read all the normal disclaimers associated with information not evaluated by the FDA. All of this detail is part of your experience in The World of Essential Oils

Steve Pohlit, Business Development Consultant who Got Oiled 10 years ago and has been Oiled ever since.

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