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jellyfish

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I love the smell of essential oils in my home and office, but just can't seem to find a decent (affordable) diffuser. I've bought so many different kinds in the past: the kind that plugs into the wall which worked great for about a month then I think it broke, the kind with a little candle underneath the oil but I swear i can't even smell the oils, and a a weird countertop contraption that made so much noise and produced almost no smell at all so i just threw the thing away. What do you use? Where can i find a good diffuser that doesn't cost a fortune?
 

Tabitha

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I jus put a little oil in an old pot with some water & simmer it on my stove. You turn the temp up or down to adjust how quickly you want the scent released. :oops:
 

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Good idea!

What are some of your favorite oils/blends?
 

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Go to Michaels or Joanne's and get a reed diffuser. Then you can go to the dollar store and buy all kinds of scents without going broke :)
 

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Hannah -- this thread is 10 years old. I don't think you're going to get much response from these posters. I'd start a new thread on this topic if you want to talk about diffusers with the current crowd. :)
 
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