How can you make oil for diffuser lamps?
you buy the 91 percent isoproyl alcohol at the drug store and add a few drops of your favorite fragrance oil to it. (04/10/2006)
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Can I refill the bottle of original scent in the Air Wick Mist diffuser with my own essential oil/water mix?
You can, but I would not for a variety of reasons, including that if your mix is even the tiniest bit off, it could cause a fire.
The healthiest alternative is a simple natural potpourri like these:
These can be made with items from your panty and/or garden.
It is the oil heating that can cause issues, not necessarily how it is heated.
I have two links (below)...one has flash points and since there is probably no easy way to get a thermometer into the thing to measure temperature, it may be hard to tell what temperature the mixture gets to. I am just very paranoid about oils and heat causing flames.
Does anyone know how to make the fragrance that is used in the glass diffuser bottles that have the reeds?
By Rose Smith from Malvern, PA
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Does anyone know how to make refills for diffusers?