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PDF: Reed Diffuser CLP Labels (Augeo base)

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 All diffuser CLP labels are customised to include

1) Your chosen fragrance name
2) Triggered hazard statements and pictograms
3) Appropriate precautionary statements
5) Your company contact details as required by CLP regulations
6) The approximate minimum volume of your diffuser.

    Please note: These CLP labels are only for suppliers that provide the CLP information for use with Augeo Clean Multi/Crystal.

    How to order

    Step 1: Select your preferred file type
    (Single jpeg vs. A4 Multi)
    Step 2: Select your label size
    Step 3: Enter your oil supplier
    (Please 'add to cart' for each different oil supplier)
    Step 4: Enter names of fragrance oils. If you have renamed an oil, put your name in brackets afterwards
    e.g. Ice Queen (Snow Fairy)
    Step 5: Don't forget to include the number of sheets required for each fragrance
    e.g. Ice Queen (Snow Fairy) x2
    Step 6: Count up your total sheets and enter into the box provided to calculate your price.
    Step 7: Add to cart! 

    Other details required (taken at Checkout):

    • Your business name
    • Business address line 1 (or house number) and postcode
    • Business telephone number

    Diffuser FAQ

    Why isn't my supplier listed here?

    Your supplier isn't listed here most probably because they don't provide information for mixing 25% with Augeo base.

    Can you produce reed diffuser CLPs for all oils?

    Unfortunately not. Many companies do not provide CLP information for up to 25% concentration used in reed diffusers. Some companies can provide the information upon request; however, this can take time and delay your order.

    Is Augeo a hazardous base?

    Yes, it 'causes serious eye irritation' and triggers the red exclamation pictogram.

    What's a non-hazardous base?

    A non-hazardous base is one that does not trigger any hazard statements or pictograms. An example of a non-hazardous base for diffusers is Dowanol DPM.