If you notice that your reed diffuser's fragrance throw is getting weaker, it's likely time to replace your reed sticks. Reed sticks that look dry can also indicate that it's time to switch them for new ones.
We recommend testing your reed diffusers to determine how long they throw scent. Record the number of times you're able to extend the life of your reed diffuser by replacing the reed sticks.
And remember, nose blindness is real! Test in different locations and ask family members or friends for their opinions. Fragrance oils and essential oils all perform differently, so be sure to test every scent you make.
When you’re ready to dispose of the reed diffuser liquid, do not pour it down the drain. To keep them out of waterways, most areas require fragranced oils or solutions to be disposed of in the trash or at a specific facility. Your local Waste Management agency likely shares disposal information on their website, so start there to confirm the proper way to dispose of reed diffuser solution in your area.