Vintage Teapot Diffuser - Japan
This stunning 1950's vintage Japanese Teapot displays a trail of Autum Maple Leaves across a white background. The leaves have pretty pastel colors of pink, yellow, green and brown. Handle, lid and top are edged in gold paint. On the bottom is a sticker which reads Royal Ming China/Japan. We've repuposed this teapot into an elegant Reed Diffuser that will create an aroma space in your home for months. At 5 1/2"and is 6"' wide, this Teapot Diffuser makes a bold home decor statement without taking up much space. As canbe seen in one of the photos, the lid has a hairline crack that I have secured with super glue.
We add five all natural Reed Diffusers and 8 ounzes of fractionated Coconut Oil as the carrier oil that enables the essential oil to travel up the Rattan Reeds. This is a one of a kind Vintage Vessel that we will fill with your favorite Rural Squirrel scent. As with all of our offerings all of our scents are from plant based essential oils, no dyes or synthetics.
The steps below will ensure that your Rural Squirrel Reed Diffuser provides maximun aromatheraputic benefits for an entire month.
- Flip the reed sticks after an hour. Allow the reed sticks to sit in the oil for an hour, then take them out and flip them over so that the dry ends sit in the oil mixture. This will saturate both ends and quick-start the process of releasing the scent of the essential oil.
- Swirl the oil every week. Make sure that you gently swirl the oil inside the reed diffuser about once a week to ensure that the oil mixture is adequately mixed.
- Flip the sticks every few days. After the first flip, get in the habit of flipping the reed sticks every three or four days. Flipping the sticks stops the sticks from drying out so that the scent of the oil can continue spreadin