How To Clean Your Ultrasonic Essential Oil Diffuser

How To Clean Your Ultrasonic Essential Oil Diffuser

Watch this great instructional video on how to clean your ultrasonic essential oil diffuser by Soothing Lotus be smart and learn the right way to care for your essential oil diffuser – (855) 827-4744.

How To Clean Your Ultrasonic Essential Oil Diffuser

Hi my name is Krysti, and in this video I’ll be walking you through how to clean your ultrasonic essential oil diffuser.

Before you get started you’re going to want to make sure everything is turned off and that the unit is actually unplugged. So, you can see that the unit is turned off, there’s no light, there’s no diffuser action but I still have the unit plugged in.

So that’s what I’m going to do first, is go ahead and remove the plug and I’ll set that aside. And the next step is to actually remove both lids that way we can empty out any excess water that’s in the water basin. So I’m going to go ahead and remove both lids just like we did when we were filling the unit with water and oils. So once I’ve removed both lids, then what I can do is just go ahead and head to the sink in order to empty out all the water that’s in the unit.

There may be a little bit of residue, but that’s fine, that’s what we’re going to do next. We’re going to actually clean everything out. The materials that I’ll be using in order to clean the diffuser are just organic distilled white vinegar, and I have a couple of cotton pads, you can use cotton pads or cotton balls, and I also have a couple of cue tips as well for my cleaning aids.

So, what I’m going to do first is just go ahead and apply a little bit of white vinegar to the cotton pad. Once I’ve done that I’m going to go ahead and wipe the inside water basin with that cotton pad that way I can look to clean up any of that essential oil residue, that’s really what I’m trying to make sure were cleaning because it can get a little bit sticky in there.

So, I just go ahead and use that cotton pad to simply wipe down the inside. What you’ll notice is there’s a disk at the bottom and it’s a little bit tricky to get into the edges and corners of the diffuser so that’s when I’m going to go ahead and use the Q-tips in order to get into those hard to reach places.

So, I’ll just go ahead and clean the rest of the diffuser in those hard to reach places. You want to be gentle through the process, you don’t want to be too aggressive and just kind of gently wipe everything down. Once you’ve done that all you’ll need to do next is simply take a paper towel and go ahead and wipe that down; I’ll go ahead and do that next. What we advise is that you go ahead and let this air dry from this point on for maybe, I don’t know, from maybe half an hour to an hour depending on how well you’ve wiped down the diffuser after you finished cleaning it. But once you’ve done that, you’ll be able to look inside the actual diffuser and just make sure everything looks clean and again, you should be ready to use that within a half hour to an hour depending on how well you wiped that down.

If you have any additional questions we do provide you with an instruction manual inside the box, you can go ahead and use that or you can always visit soothinglotus.com and visit our contact form over there and reach out. Thanks so much for watching

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