Bath and body wallflower plug-ins are devices that diffuse fragrance oils into the air. However, they can also accumulate dust, dirt, and bacteria over time. Therefore, it is important to clean them regularly to maintain their performance and hygiene.
Watch this video to learn how to clean your wallflower plug in
Here’s is what you need
step-by-step guide on cleaning a Bath and Body Works wallflower
Remove the Lid: Start by taking off the lid of the wall flower.
Dip Cotton Swab in Rubbing Alcohol: Dip a cotton swab or Q-tip into the rubbing alcohol. Ensure that the swab is adequately soaked.You can also use alcohol pads.
Clean the Wall Flower: Use the alcohol-soaked cotton swab to clean the wall flower. Focus on the areas with waxy residue. Gently push the swab into crevices and clean thoroughly.
Repeat Cleaning Process: If necessary, dip the cotton swab in more rubbing alcohol and continue cleaning. You might need to use multiple cotton swabs to get all the residue off.
Regular Maintenance: Clean your wallflower a couple of times a month to maintain its efficiency in scent dispersion.
Final Inspection and Decision: After cleaning, check if the wall flower is sufficiently clean. If the cleaning is not effective, you might consider disposing of the wall flower and getting a new one.