Frequently Asked Questions
COCOD'OR reed diffusers are so easy to use: simply unscrew the cap & remove the inner cap, insert the reeds through the top of the diffuser, screw the cap back again, sit back and relax. The scented oil will work its way up the reeds, spreading fragrance in your space for months.
Q: HOW CAN I MAKE MY REED DIFFUSER LAST LONGER?
There are many factors that contribute to how long your reed diffuser will last.
-Closed / Open doors
-Size of your space
-Number of reed sticks
-How often reed sticks are turned
Q: HOW LONG WILL MY REED DIFFUSER LAST?
This question depends on many factor, but in ideal and average situations:
50ml Diffusers last 30-45 days
120ml Diffusers last 2 months
200ml-220ml Diffusers last up to 3 months
500ml Diffusers last 5-6 months
Q: DO PRESERVED FLOWER AFFECT THE DIFFUSER OIL?
All diffusers with preserved flowers come with a special glass tube that's inserted to isolate the flower stems from the diffuser's oil to avoid coloration of the liquid.
You should also notice that some of the artificial flowers included in some types act as a diffuser reed stick which help increase the strength of the diffuser.
Q: CAN I CONTROL THE STRENGTH OF MY REED DIFFUSER?
Yes, to a certain degree! Simply add or remove reeds – the stronger the scent you want, the more reeds you’ll need to add, and vice versa, if you prefer a more subtle scent, remove a few reeds.
Q: HOW OFTEN SHOULD I TURN MY DIFFUSER'S REED STICKS?
Whenever you feel like the scent weakens or if you need to increase the strength of the diffuser, simply turn some or all of the sticks around. Usually every 2-4 weeks to keep a regular spread of scent.
Q: HOW CAN I ADD A BURST OF FRAGRANCE TO MY SPACE?
To add a burst of fragrance to your space, simply turn your reeds over and place the top end of the reeds into the liquid.
Q: CAN I LIGTH MY REEDS?
You should never light the reeds in your diffuser. cocodor reed diffusers are oil based and flammable.
Q: CAN I USE THE SAME REEDS MORE THAN ONCE?
If the new diffuser refill has a different scent than the one you already have, we definitely suggest using a fresh set of reeds, so the new fragrance doesn’t get contaminated by the old. If your new diffuser is the same scent, the same reeds could be fine, but will not be as effective as a set of brand new reeds.
The short answer: you should always use a fresh set of reeds with a new diffuser.
Q: ARE COCODOR DIFFUSERS TOXIC?
COCOD'OR diffusers adhere to IFRA standards and regulations, therefore they're free from many toxic substances, however you should be careful not to ingest, spill or place them next to flammable objects.