Reed diffusion is made up of three parts the reeds, the bottle and most importantly the scenting oil.
Reed diffusion works by placing the reeds into the bottle allowing the reeds to soak up with scenting oil and is regularly flipped to disperse the fragrance.
Reed diffusers do not last as long as there is oil in the bottle. This oil diffuser does not produce a mist that is generally associated with diffusers. In terms of maintaining it in a good condition, it is quite cumbersome you will want to use different reeds when changing scents or bottles. If you are using the same bottle for different oils, you will also want to clean out the bottles with mild dish soap and warm water.
While reed diffusers can be used in any type of room, they are best for very small spaces simply because there is no agent that disperses the scent around. By this, we mean there is no mist pushed into the air or a fan to spread the scent. Therefore, the scent may be more isolated.