Oozing Goo - The Lava Lamp Syndicate

Anyone know of something to add to the formula to break up the bubbles in the lava and make is smooth and consistent lava?

This tends to happen in the late 60's and early 70's type wax...

Any insight would help

By the way it runs currently on a 40 watt clear lamp

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Hi there,
I get the same problem with my older lamps, and havnt found a solution yet...I think it has something to do with the "surficant", and have found myself living with it by thinking that its an old lamp!!
David
I put it on a dimmer last night and it probably is down to about 25-30 watts and that helped majorly, still has bubbles, but way smaller and much less of them. The cool thing is it has the slowest flow I have ever seen, almost like the slow glitterball! I will have to upload a picture tonight.

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