Hi, I have this same problem with my orange fluidium. I purchased it years ago off of ebay and I believe it was shipped from Germany to myself (in the USA) during the summer months and between the heat and it getting shack-in around a lot I believe it caused the fluid to become cloudy. I have watched this youtube video on how to fix it but I don't know if this is correct for a fluidim lava lamp (Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1cLubV7vuc ). What do you think? I definately do not want to ruin it or make it nonfunctional. Any advice and guidance would be so helpful!
hi federico, hope your well. this also happened to my white fluidium. as mathmos no longer make the bottle for this lamp i had to buy a astro white/clear direct from mathmos £23.95 and refill the fluidium bottle. if you need a hand in doing this contact me as it quite tricky and i dont want you wasting your money! i have managed to do this perfectly now and the end result comes out crystal clear and runs like new.
get intouch my friend x chris