How often should you burn a Lampe Berger?
How long should I burn my lamp? If you haven’t burned a Lampe Berger in your home before or at least in a few days you will need to burn your Lampe Berger 1 hour for every 600sq. ft. of home the first time, and then repeat every day after that for 30 minutes for up to 2000sq ft.
How long does Lampe Berger scent last?
By looking after your lamp properly, your Lampe Berger will accompany you for many years! In particular, it is important to only use Maison Berger Paris perfume in your Lampe Berger. This way, the burner can last for one year or 200 uses; remember to regularly renew it for optimal use of your Lampe Berger.
Is Lampe Berger the same as Maison Berger?
As the name “Lampe Berger” no longer reflects the diversity of the brand’s creations, we have rebranded it as “Maison Berger Paris” to honor a unique place of creation and inspiration where French passion for the arts and home fragrances reigns.
Is Lampe Berger worth?
Tried the lampe berger and it really does eliminate the stinky smells and leaves the room smelling fresh. It also helps with food smells, potent plastic smells (from new storage shelves), musty air, and even stinky garbage smells. I have used it every day since I got it, in multiple rooms in my house.
Is Lampe Berger healthy?
The advantages of a Lampe Berger are clear. It purifies the air, produces beautiful aromas from its scented lamp oil, and offers health benefits that you can enjoy simply by letting it burn.
Does Lampe Berger purify the air?
Benefits: The primary benefit of the Lampe Berger is the disinfecting action of heating isopropul alcohol to purify the air by breaking down the impurities on a molecular level. The Lampe Berger destroys bacteria and foul odors and increases the oxygen level.
When should I replace my Lampe Berger wick?
Unfortunately, the burner / wick does not last forever. With proper use and regular maintenance your burner / wick should last about one year or 200 uses, which ever occurs first. Occasionally, we hear from somebody that is having trouble keeping their relatively new and unused Lampe Berger burner / wick lit.