20 Best Kitchen Cleaning Tips: ■1/2 cup of vinegar ■1 to 2 squirts of liquid dish detergent ■Bucketful of warm water (about a gallon) Using this homemade remedy for the last 7 years hasn’t affected the gloss/shine at all and she would notice it–she’s got very particular eye for that sort of thing. If there are streaks, increase the vinegar amount gradually until the solution is just right.
If you use your diffuser regularly, you need to clean it: there’s no way around that, or it will stop working. With daily use, oil build up will cover the inside of your diffuser and not only will it look dirty and unsanitary, it will stop working properly, and eventually stop working altogether.
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