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Essential Oil Diffuser for Aromatherapy colorful lights and cool mist by DBF

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Such a pretty diffuser that last up to 10 hours! Love the colors when they rotate through

This is my new favorite Essential Oil diffuser because it lasts a long time (10 hours on low mist!) AND it looks attractive! I have a huge chunky white plastic diffuser that looks very industrial, with no colorful lights and it only lasts a maximum of 8 hours. This is A LOT better because it looks beautiful and I can select high or low mist mode, depending on how much scent I’d like diffused and how long I’d like it to run.

I’m very pleased with the performance of this diffuser!

Pros:
1) The lights are beautiful, colorful and vibrant! They rotate through all the colors for wonderful light effects. You can pick regular brightness or dim for each, and if you just want ONE color picked to stay on, you can press the light button. (or no light at all if you prefer)
2) The plastic covering is made to look like wood and it’s very real looking! Looks elegant, yet natural.
3) I LOVE LOVE LOVE that you can run this diffuser for 10 hours in low mist mode! That ROCKS! It will work in up to 300 square feet.
4) This works as a humidifier too! My son gets chapped lips if he doesn’t have a diffuser in his room adding humidity! His eczema also flairs up if his skin gets too dry.
5) Runs very quietly!
6) Unique design – Heatless oil diffusion! This is best since the oil does not get heated to ensure the EO properties remain strong!
7) The timer features 1 hour, 3 hours, 6 hours or On (Continuous ON) VERY nice!
8) The mist can be turned to low by pressing the MIST button down for a little while (long press) You’ll get a Beep for high or two Beeps for
low mist.
9) SAFE! Auto shut off when it’s empty! I don’t have to remember to dump out the water reservoir every time! It will shut down when it’s full.
10) The aromatherapy is beneficial for sleep aid (lavender is very calming!), or to be focused and awake (lemon is great for this, or try peppermint!) Very invigorating!

Cons
1) The inside of the water compartment should have a small “Max Fill” OR just a black line with arrow printed at the bump going around to be VERY clear where the max fill line is. I saw in the directions that the maximum water amount should be 300 ml (I see that it’s 1 1/3 cup), so that helps!
2) How many drops to use? I am not sure what the recommendation is, so I guessed on drops of Essential Oil. I suppose it’s personal taste in aroma! Most people will put in 5 to 12 drops of essential oil. Much of this depends on the size of the room, how strong you would like the scent lingering for around you. I think adding guidelines on number of drops may be a welcome addition.

Overall, this is a really cool looking diffuser that works GREAT! It gets the job done and will work through the night! I love that.

You can find this diffuser on Amazon here:

Amazon item name:
DBF 300ml Aromatherapy Essential Oil Diffuser, Wood Grain Ultrasonic Cool Mist Humidifier with 7 Colorful Night Light – 4 Timer Settings – Waterless Auto off
by DBF

From EssentialOilHaven.com
8 SIMPLE STEPS TO CLEAN YOUR ESSENTIAL OIL DIFFUSER
1) *** ALWAYS MAKE SURE YOUR DIFFUSER IS UNPLUGGED FROM ITS POWER OUTLET BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO CLEAN IT ***
2) Fill your diffuser about halfway with clean water. Make sure you stop well below the max line.
3) Add up to 10 drops of pure white vinegar. This will help in removing the oils that are stuck inside the diffuser and on the glass or plastic pieces.
4) Let the diffuser run for about 3-5 minutes to allow the water-vinegar mixture to disperse throughout the unit and clean it.
5) Drain the diffuser completely.
6) Using a cotton swab dipped in vinegar, clean the tight spots and corners of the diffuser to make sure that no spots are left dirty.
7) Rinse with clean water.
8) Empty again and you’re good to go.

A great site for cleaning tips is this one too:

Disclaimer:
I was VERY happy to receive this aromatherapy EO diffuser at no cost in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

 

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195 thoughts on “Essential Oil Diffuser for Aromatherapy colorful lights and cool mist by DBF

  1. What do you do if there is no vapor?

  2. I bought this stupid thing 4 days ago and my second time trying it , it never worked all of a sudden ! Idk what’s the problem please anyway knows ?

  3. Thank you so much for helping my decide what Essential Oils to buy 😊

  4. Essential Oil Diffuser
    Product link:

  5. Do you put hot water or just cold on it ?:)

  6. Great informative video. Really helped. Thank you.

  7. What is the best way to clean the inside john uk

  8. Please, please help! My wife cannot sleep w/o her essential oils diffuser, unfortunately, all varieties of aromas attack my allergies and make me tear & gag so bad that I cannot even be on the same floor of the house. Is there such a thing as “fragrance-free” essential oil?

  9. Question: great video. I have a hard time getting the top off, sticks. How can I avoid that. Thank you .

  10. I just got mine yesterday and after three-six hours it turned off and then I did everything over again but it won’t turn on?

    1. It won’t turn on at all??? ACK! Have you tried a different outlet? Is the fan intake blocked or dusty? Here are basic troubleshooting tips and cleaning tips: Empty Any Standing Water
      Before doing a deep cleaning of the diffuser, unplug the appliance and empty any standing water and essential oils. Never submerge any part of the diffuser in water or get excess moisture into any control buttons.

      Fill the Diffuser With the Cleaning Solution
      Fill the diffuser with plain water to approximately half full. Add 10 drops of distilled white vinegar to help clean and disinfect the reservoir tank.

      Do not use any other type of vinegar or cleaner in the tank.

      Run the Diffuser
      Plug-in the diffuser and allow it to run for 10 to 15 minutes. This will give the vinegar and water solution time to cut through any built-up oils in the tank.

      Unplug and Empty the Reservoir
      Unplug the diffuser and empty the vinegar and water solution. Use a soft cloth to wipe down and dry the reservoir.

      Clean the Ultrasonic Chip
      Give the ultrasonic chip or plate a wipe down with a cotton swab dipped in rubbing alcohol to ensure that it is completely clean and oil-free.

      Wipe Down the Outside
      With the diffuser still unplugged, use a cloth dampened with plain water to wipe down the exterior of the appliance. Reassemble the diffuser and it is ready for the next use.

      Troubleshooting Diffuser Problems
      If your diffuser is not working properly, a simple cleaning may solve the problem. If not, give these tips a try:

      No Power Light
      Check that the power plug is fully connected to the electrical outlet.
      Check the power supply to the electrical outlet.
      Make sure the diffuser is filled with water to the correct level.
      Empty the diffuser and allow it to dry out for at least 24 hours, refill, and try again.
      Low Diffusion
      Check water levels. Water may be too low.
      Clean ultrasonic plate and dispersion outlet and remove oil build-up
      Diffuser Feels Hot to the Touch
      Check that the water levels are not too high.
      Unplug and empty the reservoir. Allow the diffuser to cool and refill correctly.
      Check to be sure the fan intake is not obstructed or dirty.

      Source:

  11. my led light doesnt work 😕

    1. My diffuser never works

  12. Don;t overfill the thing; it can’t pump hard enough to mist with too much liquid in it.

    1. Thank you! I have learned my lesson the hard way about this! Good point!

    2. @Hicks rabbits My problem was not overflow so much and not enough power to run the pump enough to make the fragrant mist.

    3. I tried 275mil it it overflowed how much

  13. Is it okay if i putmy diffuser above nose level since i dont have oil in it and can i use my diffuser while 2 fans are running? Since it tends to get extremely hot in my room.

    1. In my opinion, you can put this anyplace you’d like as long as you follow safe use guidelines. Diffusers tend to add moisture to the air though. So if you are hot, it’s going to feel warmer by adding humidity into the air. Just my thoughts! Be well. 🙂

  14. Is it just me or do the drops not come out of the victsing essential oils?

    1. But underneath the lid *

    2. Selena Reviews I have these and I shake as much as I can and it never comes out literally I need to take that white thing thats on top of the bottle but underage the lid off that’s the only way these drops come out for me

    3. Huh? The drops absolutely came out of the bottle. It’s not a dropper style (which I hate anyway since glass droppers tend to break). It’s the kind you have to really shake to get drops to come out.

  15. Thank you so much for making this video… I had this forever and had no clue on how to use

  16. Very helpful

  17. It comes with a oil tube which goes into the bowl. The instructions say to fill up the oil tube with 30-40 drops.
    I did that and it smells very harsh on the nose and lungs. So I guess I’m not gonna follow the instructions.

    But the reason why it works for 10h, in theory, is that the oil tube slowly keeps releasing the oils over extended time. But 5-12 drops won’t be enough to get that mechanisms working.

    Hehehehe the instructions are junk on this product 😭

    1. @Selena Reviews True!! I’m experimenting with amounts of oil and seeing how to make the scent last longest by using the tube.
      Because if you just drop in the oil without the tube, there will be strong diffusion at first and after a few hours, only water vapor would be there. There must be a sweet spot.

      Let us know if you find a better way!

    2. Ok, that video makes sense! Hmm… alrighty then. The directions are so bad sometimes, it is hard to figure out anything different. Lol

    3. @Selena Reviews Here’s the video of the oil tube and the concept behind that:

      Start at 38 seconds 🙂

    4. @Selena Reviews Yes! You’re right! It’s way too much.
      However, I noticed that you weren’t using the oil tube (the plastic/glass funnel which comes with the product). The tube is the thing which keeps it working for such a long time, with even effects.
      But the instructions on that are clearly misleading and intended to sell more oil.
      But with lesser drops, the oil tube isn’t really functional, thus reducing the time the diffuser will keep on producing aroma.

    5. 30-40 drops – that makes no sense. I put in about 7-10 drops.

  18. How about your diffuser now? Still working? Thanks.

    1. It still works! I don’t use it as much as a large, ugly “powerhouse” diffuser that I keep in my kitchen. This one looks nicer so I keep it in our guest bathroom upstairs. I fire it up when we have company coming over. I have no idea how users who are diffusing daily are faring with this model. I have a few types of diffusers. One is too small so it’s annoying to use. The diffuser in this video is a good medium size model. ETA: I clean it and store it dry to avoid the buildup of minerals. When we have company, I fill it and make the bathroom and bedroom area smell lovely for guests. We have a large sink counter and separate toilet/shower room next to it, and it opens to a guest bedroom. I keep some oils up there and use on occasion. I always get really sweet comments from the company about it. Mostly, my Grandma stays with us for a couple of weeks a year, and my in-laws fly in a couple of times a year to see the kids. Occasionally, we have other guests. I don’t use it when one of my boys has a friend over. Not trying to impress THEM! haha!! (Well, with COVID-19 rampant, NOBODY is coming over and we’re staying safer at home.)

  19. Excellent demonstration 👏👏👏. Thankyou

  20. Asking how many drops of oil scented on the 500ml of water???

    1. I typically put in about 8-10 drops for 300 ML, so if I were you, I’d put in about 15 drops for 500 ML. Enjoy!

  21. Super helpful. Thank you, Selena!

    1. Thank you! I can’t even believe this has so many views.

  22. I bought mine only 4 months ago and it won’t turn on. It beeps but does not diffuse. I threw my box away and cannot find the manual. Can you tell me how to contact the manufacturer?

    1. Well, I see that it is out of stock on Amazon now. Try this Amazon storefront? Email: zj924504957@outlook.com (contact person is “Toms”) … DBF – that is their Amazon Storefront name. Link to the Amazon seller: … I don’t have my box or instruction manual anymore but have and use the diffuser periodically. I mostly use my larger 500ML diffuser. What a bummer it’s not working. ARGH!

  23. Good video thanks

  24. I started mine but the smoke part doesn’t come out do I let it set in?

    1. A possible cause may be mineral or oil buildup, causing the unit to have difficulty misting. Is it brand new?? or have you been using it a while? I see that it is out of stock on Amazon now. Try this Amazon storefront? Email: zj924504957@outlook.com (contact person is “Toms”) … DBF – that is their Amazon Storefront name. Link to the Amazon seller: … I don’t have my box or instruction manual anymore but have and use the diffuser periodically. I mostly use my larger 500ML diffuser.

  25. its not the only to last on low mist for 10 hours. if thats the reason why you like it , then any of them should be fine.

  26. its Chargeable ,

  27. Thank you. Very informative.

  28. I have the same Measuring cup

    1. My grandma bought it for me at least 20 years ago! So handy!

  29. My diffuser goes out after I put water in it

    1. Same one?? or this model? What in the world? I see that it is out of stock on Amazon now. Try this Amazon storefront? Email: zj924504957@outlook.com (contact person is “Toms”) … DBF – that is their Amazon Storefront name. Link to the Amazon seller: … I don’t have my box or instruction manual anymore but have and use the diffuser periodically. I mostly use my larger 500ML diffuser. I should take a close up video of the manufacturer’s contact information on these things because the instruction manuals always get lost.

  30. Spazzed💪🏽 thanks for vid

  31. Jesus…speed it up…

    1. Well, if I talk fast, people are like “You’re talking too fast… wahhhhh.” LOLZ

    2. Hit the gear icon > playback speed > 1.5

  32. Could anyone tell me if tap water what is boiled and cooled is better to be used in diffuser or straight from tap is better/warm tap water??

    1. “Here is some basic information about the differences between tap water, distilled water and filtered water along with some of the pros and cons of using each in your essential oil diffuser.

      Tap Water – Tap water is filtered but contains trace amounts of impurities, minerals and sometimes water treatment additives from your local municipality.

      Pros
      It is the cheapest source of water for your diffuser and almost everybody has access to it.
      More minerals than other water sources which are important in helping water turn into vapor.
      Cons
      Any minerals and impurities present in your tap water may be dispersed in the air of your home through the vaporized mist from your diffuser.
      Mineral build up will happen fastest with tap water which will require more frequent and thorough cleanings.
      Distilled Water – Distilled water goes through a distilling process that removes the water’s impurities along with all the minerals.

      Pros
      It is the purest source of water you can use in your essential oil diffuser so your cleaning time will be minimized and diffuser life prolonged.
      You can rest assured that you will not be breathing in any impurities from the water you use.
      Cons
      It is the most expensive water you can use in your ultrasonic diffuser.
      Distilled water is mineral-less and therefore does not vaporize as well as water with small amounts of minerals present.
      Filtered Water – Purified bottled water and tap water that is filtered at your faucet or refrigerator is not as pure as distilled water but contains less impurities and minerals than tap water.

      Pros
      Relatively inexpensive water option with very few impurities.
      The low mineral content helps the water turn into vapor better than distilled water and requires less cleaning than tap water.
      Cons
      It is not as pure as distilled water.
      It costs more than tap water.
      As you can see, you can use tap water in your essential oil diffuser but it may not be your best option. We feel that you should use the purest water possible that fits within your budget and still allows the diffuser to function properly. For most people, filtered water is probably the best option. We hope you found this information helpful.” Source:

  33. I like this blend in my diffuser-

  34. Does it purifies air & clean bacteria in area ??

    1. I would never claim a diffuser purifies the air. I would recommend an air filter machine for that. Some EO folks will claim this but I doubt it.

  35. Very strange… this diffuser does not appear to be working correctly. No mist is visible. Send it back for a replacement!

    1. Distilled water is mineral-less and therefore does not vaporize as well as water with small amounts of minerals present. If you’re using straight tap water, you’ll get a lot more vapor but have to clean it more often because of mineral build-up.

  36. Do you plug it in even when not in use?

    1. I do not. I keep it unplugged and dry when not in use.

  37. I hate Eucalyptus E.oil smell and the collection keeps growing 😂

    1. Yeah… I have a lot of oils that just sit there. They’re not my “go-to” scents!

    2. Same it makes my gag lol.

  38. Just set this up for my wife, thanks to you!

  39. Does this come in white ?

    1. I am not sure. It’s just the “fake wood” look. I have two other diffusers and one is a huge white industrial looking ugly one. LOL! Another is very fancy and ceramic. I don’t use it much since I’m afraid my kids will break it. I keep it put in a cupboard and bring it out when company comes over. LOL!

  40. I have to keep forwarding what she says because I just wanted to know where you put the water. In other models with mist you fill the clear blue top part. She was discussing what aroma’s she liked but I didn’t want to listen to that.

    1. Dude – I just pour water in with a measuring cup. This is such a simple model. FF to the parts you want …or don’t.

  41. Help pls!!
    Love this diffuser, but it keeps bubbling + gurgling. I don’t mind a bit of noise, but its kind of annoying. How can I stop this?

    1. Not the same model but this is interesting to read!

    2. Hmm… I have tried to look for a solution to this. 1.) CLEANING METHOD

      To clean, pour enough distilled white vinegar inside the empty water tank to cover the base of the tank. Let soak overnight. Rinse with warm water (being sure to avoid getting water into the air vent opening at the top of the tank). Take something soft such as a cotton swab or cotton ball and gently wipe up around the ceramic diffusing disc at the bottom of the tank. Refill with water, making sure the level is noticeably below the max fill.

      2.) AIR DRYING METHOD

      When adding water, be sure to avoid any water getting into the air vent opening at the top of the water tank. That opening leads directly to the electronics, the unit will not function correctly if they get wet. To be on the safe side, try air drying your unit by removing the top, flipping the base upside-down and letting air dry for at least 48hrs. When you go use again, be mindful of that air vent opening and make sure the water level is noticeably below the max fill indicator. (It’s not exactly answering the question, but helpful nonetheless: <<

    3. Have the same problem

  42. Just got mine today 😄 great informative video! Where do you buy the majority of your oils?

    1. Amazon, but some friends sell the MLM type oils, too. (Young Living EOs)

  43. Very helpful, just got 1 yesterday and i thought that long hold mist button heard 2 beep meaning high mist comes out

  44. Can i put Drinking water cuz i dont have distilled water

    1. Yes, and you will get more mist because of the mineral content. It will need cleaning more often though because of mineral build-up. Turn off and unplug your diffuser. Wipe out the reservoir with a wet cotton cloth. Dip a cotton swab in rubbing alcohol and clean the ultrasonic plate to remove any extra buildup. Rinse the reservoir with water; then wipe it clean and dry up excess water with a soft cloth.

  45. I have an exact knock off version of this diffuser. I was trying to figure out how to fix it. It was working for about a month then whenever I go to turn it on it beeps turns on quickly and then shuts off again. Anybody know what the issue could be

    1. If using tap water, you will get more mist because of the mineral content. It will need cleaning more often though because of mineral build-up. Turn off and unplug your diffuser. Wipe out the reservoir with a wet cotton cloth. Dip a cotton swab in rubbing alcohol and clean the ultrasonic plate to remove any extra buildup. Rinse the reservoir with water; then wipe it clean and dry up excess water with a soft cloth.

    2. @Dabir Nawabi Good idea!

    3. I have the same ‘knock off’ (theyre all from same manufacturer, theyre all the same) and it beeps when its empty and humidity sensor doenst feel water and then turns off automatically. If you havent cleaned it yet. Clean it. If you have cleaned it but its still not working,maybe the sensor isnt clean enough or clogged. You have probably been using tapwater instead of distilled water? (maybe not, idk) Anyway find the humidity sensor and try to soak it with natural vinegar for a day, that will loosen anything clogged by water residue stuff. Ofcourse always unplug the machine before cleaning and never dump electrical parts in liquids. Also dont turn it on with vinegar inside….. I have no idea what that even does. When you do turn it on with vinegar let me know what happened hahah.

  46. i was really upset because i didnt know how to turn the mist down. this really helped <3

  47. I was wondering why the mist want coming out, I had to put water in it🤪

    1. Ha! Now that’s funny! Have a great day and enjoy the lovely EO mist!

  48. I have that same measuring cup 😂

    1. My grandma gave me that over 20 years ago!

  49. U put more then 10

    1. Yeahhhh, I’m kinda fuzzy math on putting oil in my diffusers. It truly doesn’t matter how many drops – in the neighborhood of 10 – 20 drops is fine. Some oils are stronger than others. I love citrus scents, so I go heavy. If it’s lavender or peppermint a tiny bit goes a LONG WAY. Experiment with what you like best. 🙂

    2. Eh, I’m kinda loosey-goosey when it comes to measuring anything at all. I really don’t think it matters much. It may smell stronger or weaker depending on how many drops are put in.

  50. Hi-have been trying to reach tech support–thanks for making this video I have one and the lip is stuck and I cannot reopen it–do you know if there is some special way of opening it–I saw on here in the manual you just lift it off? Any thoughts? Thanks in advance

    1. I saw in these comments that some people had a tough time opening it?? Yikes! Look for a tiny arrow and lift up using your fingernails. I didn’t have an issue and did not even think about it until seeing a couple of comments. Hmmm… can you try posting a comment to the seller’s page on Amazon? Weird. Maybe it got twisted and stuck??

  51. Hey! I have the same one but it’s B-ping constantly and not working, any help?

    1. Yikes! That’s weird and annoying. I don’t have anything to do with the manufacturer. Try posting a question on the product link on Amazon maybe? They do answer questions on the item “ask the seller” section. I’m so sorry. Also, try cleaning the little hole at the bottom with a Q-Tip cotton swab and some rubbing alcohol. Maybe it is clogged up. If you have hard water with lots of minerals, that may be the problem. It’s probably just needing to be cleaned. Not sure! Hope you can figure it out. 🙂

  52. if you put just water and not the oil, is it bad for the system?

    1. I can’t see how that would be a big deal. It would just not have a scent, that’s all.

  53. Really helpful thank u but tell me about water level if I want for over night

    1. @Alexandre Grand-Pierre Yes! Also, it depends on how long you sleep! LOL (I tend to get about 6 hours a night). It will “last all night” only if you don’t sleep for 12 hours! haha (They do sell GIANT diffusers, so that is an option). 😉

    2. I would guess just make sure to fill it up to the max line

  54. i bought a diffuser but the problem is it does not show the company who distributed it n’or any instructions. Still got it working and it’s working great.

    1. Some products are a mystery! LOL

  55. Thank you for helping keep up the good work!😀

  56. Your video is very helpful, my wife has just bought a diffuser & the instructions with it are near useless. Thankyou.

    1. Same

    2. The directions confound me on some stuff I buy. I’m like WHO WROTE THIS??! LOLOL

  57. I cant get the lid off.

    1. There is a tiny arrow at the edge of the top center, I just put both of my fingernails on each side of the top gently lift, other wise, there is nothing to hold on to.

  58. What does the 2 beeps mean when you hold the mist button?? pls halp, the mist in mine is hardly noticed.

    1. @Mikooljohn mine is deferent then. It has a remote and 2 beeps is 100% more mist.

    2. @David May upon observation, i think its the other way around

    3. High mist 2 beep. Low mist 1 beep

  59. Why the aroma does not smell? you have to put it many hours for it to smell?

    1. I’m able to smell my essential oil – maybe try more oil? I have read about this – interesting – try looking up various articles? Here’s one:

  60. I just want to add after reading the reviews and comments to the video, what type of water should I use? I was going to use bottled water as we are on well water with softer. So now really confused of what type of water I should use. We don’t drink our tap water. We use bottled water for drinking. Anybody got any ideas? I’d love it if you’d let me know. Thanks ahead of time.

    1. you can use any water, just clean water

    2. I just use tap water with a filter. We live in the Midsouth region though and the tap water has been tested as good. I saw a comment up higher that says if you use distilled water, you need to put a tiny pinch of salt in there to see the steam effect. I do have a regular filter on our tap water but the reverse osmosis thing we have used for a couple of years must be clogged as it’s down to just a trickle of water coming out when we use that.

  61. Wonderful video!!! Very helpful. Just recieved this one as a Christmas gift from my son. Only difference is that mine is a USB plug in. 🙁 as this limits to where I could use it, I think I’m going to take it and trade it in for one with an electrical plugin. Again great video thank you.

    1. My son bought me a diffuser for my CAR! haha (It’s the size of a drink cup and has USB! Too funny!) I plugged it into a wall adapter and brought it into the bathroom. It seemed silly having it in the car. Fun idea though. USB is interesting – not everyone has easy access to wall outlets I guess???

    2. Hi carol, you can just use a USB to wall adapter, like for an Iphone and it should work fine!

  62. How long do you diffuse lavender oil at night for, can you do this at bedtime, and will the diffuser turn off after the water and oil is evaporated, and you have fallen asleep? Thanks!

    1. Yes, it turns off when the water is gone. You choose the amount of time yourself. Just experiment and you’ll find out what you like. I would think 1 hour before you go to bed is a good start point.

  63. Mine keeps going off i dont know why.

    1. Sent it back for sure! Amazon is good about refunds. I’ve sent various things back over the years.

  64. Is the water supposed to be hot or can it be cold?

    1. I’ve found since that Oil Nebulizers work with a stronger scent. I’m using Organic Aromas, and the strength of the scent is between night and day

    2. @TREBOR SMAILLIW thx!

    3. Warm water increases the mist

    4. @Selena Reviews thx!

    5. I just use normal cold tap water.

  65. How you open it

    1. @Victoria Katherine OH! How did I miss this comment?!! Glad you figured it out. 😉

    2. @Sharon Thompson I did it! It was driving me nuts. Haha…..Thanks.

    3. @Sharon Thompson how do I pull down? I twisted it and now it won’t budge.

    4. Just pull – do not twist, I had a hard time figuring it out too.

  66. It doesn’t work. I could not see the water vapor

    1. I can see the mist when I use mine. Are you using distilled water? Someone posted above that the amount of salt and minerals in your water make a difference. I’m just using tap water with a normal filter on it. Our Midsouth tap water is safe to drink, so I don’t use bottled or distilled water. If you cannot smell the essential oil, that’s weird. How many drops do you use? I’d send it back if it’s not working properly. Amazon is good about returns. I’ve had to return a handful of things over the years.

  67. Thank you for this video!

  68. doess cedar wood kill fleas with this iread this is the wat 2 go

    1. Not sure about killing fleas. We don’t have any fleas because my dog gets preventative meds. Here’s what we use: Bravecto Chew for Dogs kills adult fleas and is indicated for the treatment and prevention of flea infestations (Ctenocephalides felis) and the treatment and control of tick infestations [Ixodes scapularis (black-legged tick), Dermacentor variabilis (American dog tick), and Rhipicephalus sanguineus (brown dog tick)]

  69. thanks for update

  70. Get Young living it’s really nice

    1. I’ve heard that’s a good brand! Thx! I have friends who sell all the different brands and have purchased some on Amazon, too.

  71. Mine doesn’t work I can barely smell anything, the mist in almost non existent

    1. Tengo un humidificado de otra marca me paso lo mismo que a ti, luego que lo limpie. espera aproximadamente una hora y procede, si lo prende rápido no te funciona.

    2. Mines is the same way. I just got a bad one, I always thought something didnt seem right

    3. Have you used it long? From EssentialOilHaven.com
      8 SIMPLE STEPS TO CLEAN YOUR ESSENTIAL OIL DIFFUSER
      1) *** ALWAYS MAKE SURE YOUR DIFFUSER IS UNPLUGGED FROM ITS POWER OUTLET BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO CLEAN IT ***
      2) Fill your diffuser about halfway with clean water. Make sure you stop well below the max line.
      3) Add up to 10 drops of pure white vinegar. This will help in removing the oils that are stuck inside the diffuser and on the glass or plastic pieces.
      4) Let the diffuser run for about 3-5 minutes to allow the water-vinegar mixture to disperse throughout the unit and clean it.
      5) Drain the diffuser completely.
      6) Using a cotton swab dipped in vinegar, clean the tight spots and corners of the diffuser to make sure that no spots are left dirty.
      7) Rinse with clean water.
      8) Empty again and you’re good to go.

  72. Mine does not produce mist can you help me out?

    1. Another good cleaning tip link:

    2. How long has it been used? Maybe it needs a cleaning?
      From EssentialOilHaven.com
      8 SIMPLE STEPS TO CLEAN YOUR ESSENTIAL OIL DIFFUSER
      1) *** ALWAYS MAKE SURE YOUR DIFFUSER IS UNPLUGGED FROM ITS POWER OUTLET BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO CLEAN IT ***
      2) Fill your diffuser about halfway with clean water. Make sure you stop well below the max line.
      3) Add up to 10 drops of pure white vinegar. This will help in removing the oils that are stuck inside the diffuser and on the glass or plastic pieces.
      4) Let the diffuser run for about 3-5 minutes to allow the water-vinegar mixture to disperse throughout the unit and clean it.
      5) Drain the diffuser completely.
      6) Using a cotton swab dipped in vinegar, clean the tight spots and corners of the diffuser to make sure that no spots are left dirty.
      7) Rinse with clean water.
      8) Empty again and you’re good to go.

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  74. Ive lost my ability to smell mixing pool chemicals wrong and have been exploring things to being it back. Im going to start trying these

    1. Oh my goodness! I hope you can regain your sense of smell. Yikes! Be careful. My Grandpa’s lungs were damaged when he was washing his hands in a sink that someone had dumped some unknown solvent/chemical into. The hot water created steam and he inhaled it by accident – then he got emphysema. 🙁 (Can you use a special mask to mix pool chemicals?? One that blocks the harmful chemicals?!)

  75. Thanks so much! Just got one of these & I was having trouble figuring out where the fill line was, as well as how to set the mist and time. This helped tremendously!

    1. I have the same but mine does have fill lines. Its very unclear engraved on the inside of the reservoir.

  76. Great tutorial!!! Thank you!!!!

  77. Thank you this was really helpful!

  78. Ur not supposed to fill it with it plugged in too it can cause a malfuntion

    1. It’s off not on can you tell 😑

    2. I’m not saying you’re wrong, but it does say that in the directions, because I just got mine, but thank you for the tip

    3. Oh no

    4. That Crazy Miraculer oops

    5. Thank you – good advice!

  79. 5-10!!? I read to only do a couple

    1. @Jalvlie Well, maybe I’ve been overdoing it. LOL!!!! I like citrus scents and those tend to fade faster. I’m heavy-handed. haha

    2. They recommend about 2 to 3 drops of oil per 100 mL (3.38 oz, 0.41 cup).

    3. You can vary it – different sizes or styles. 🙂

  80. I guess there’s different sizes

    1. Yes, I have a few different diffusers. This is the “medium-size” which is a good all-purpose diffuser.

  81. Mine says 450 ml…….

  82. There’s a dime size white hole in the base of the diffuser where you place the water. Did yours have a plastic cover over that hole and if so did you remove that? I’m not sure and don’t want to ruin mine but there is no instructions on it

    1. @Juan Carlos Alvarez Yes, she already mentioned this in the video. There is a high and low setting for the mist. Don’t know about the third beep though..

    2. @Selena Reviews Hi Selena! Hope you are doing great. Thanks for your review. Did you ever find info about what this person is mentioning?
      Also I own one diffuser that works like yours. But , I don’t know what’s up with the MIST button. If you long press it, it will beep once, then twice, and then 3 times.
      Is this something related to the amount of mist? . I see that when it beeps 3 times, it will suddenly shut down a few seconds later….(dont know why). But what happens with the one beep, and the 2 beeps? Are you aware of this setting of the amount of mist or anything like that?

    3. I did not even think to remove that.

    4. Do you remove it?

  83. Thank you for review can I use fragrance oil use this diffuser

    1. I’ve used lavender, lemon, sweet orange, peppermint, etc.

  84. Ty . Just got mine !

  85. Thanks 👍🏻

  86. Which one is good for allergies

    1. Any diffuser is good – According to this link, here are the best EOs for allergies: If you’d like to incorporate essential oils into your life to relieve allergy symptoms, here are a few you might want to try. Lavender. Lavender is a popular essential oil because of its many benefits. Blend of sandalwood, frankincense, and Ravensara oil. Eucalyptus. Tea tree oil. Peppermint. Lemon. LINK: (NOTE: If you use a Neti pot or saline spray mist once or twice a day, your allergies will be MUCH IMPROVED! I have gotten rid of daily Zyrtec use because of this!)

    2. Ideals Spirit diffuser

  87. Were can u get the oils

    1. I got them on Amazon, but I’ve seen the oils at local stores, and friends who sell them too.

  88. Speech not clear and crisp ; otherwise a fair review not very enthusiastic !

    1. Get a life

    2. I’ll work on that if I review another one. I haven’t had a need to buy others though. (Yet!) LOL

    3. John Ducato loopoool speech is fine

  89. I’ve been googling diffusers as I just got one from Amazon and I the smoke/ Mist is not coming out? I can’t tell if it’s faulty or if some are just like that without an obvious mist coming out. I got one from Bed Bath and Beyond but the cord wouldn’t stay plugged in. I’m wondering if it’s the operator?? I’m not having luck?? Any thoughts

    1. @TheDragonshadow1231 I have a variety of different brand EO products. Some are better quality than others. I guess it’s just a matter of experimenting?? I am sometimes heavy-handed on how many drops I put in there when I want it to smell stronger.

    2. @Josh Koelker lol nice answer dude 😂

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    4. If your diffuser doesn’t work its because it doesn’t work.

    5. Yes, that’s what I like to use.

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