Oozing Goo - The Lava Lamp Syndicate

After extensive testing,  I'm now offering many NEW glitter colors in clear fast liquid.  They are gorgeous!  Here are a few of the options.  I'll post them all below in this discussion and in my videos.

I've also developed replacement slow glitter formulas for the Florence Art, Heat Tapes, Mastercrafters, and Crestworth glitter lamps of the 60s and 70s.  The liquid in these formulas is non-flammable, non-combustible, and much less toxic than the fast, solvent-based liquid. 

To simplify things, both fast and slow glitter liquid are now available at the same prices.  Here are some FAQs on the glitter liquid.

I fill all orders on a first come, first served basis.  I do all of the work by hand and take care to ensure quality.  Please allow 2-3 weeks from payment for delivery.

 

Fast or Slow Glitter Liquid In Containers 

$25 for one quart container (fills 32 oz globe)

$23 each for two or more.

$40 for two quart containers (fills 52 oz globe)

$37 each for two or more.

$140 for eight (8) quart containers (fills 250 oz Grande)

$115 for six (6) quart containers (fills 175 oz Lunar)

32 OZ LAVA GLOBE: ADD $10 each

52 OZ LAVA GLOBE: ADD $15 each *Very Limited Supply

NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE for refilling 32oz and 52oz globes that you supply!

ALL PRICES INCLUDE SHIPPING to USA Lower 48!  International, please contact me for a quote.

I prefer payment with Paypal.  My Paypal account is kirkolson@mac.com. 

If you need liquid to refill other size globes or you have vintage globes you’d like me to refill, please contact me for a quote.  My prices are very reasonable.

I no longer refill and ship Grande-sized globes, but I have excellent instructions with pictures if you want to refill a Grande with my containers of liquid. 

 

FAST GLITTER Liquid Color choices: Blue, Green, Red, Purple, Light Blue, Yellow, Orange, Teal, Pink, and Clear 

FAST GLITTER Glitter choices in Colored Liquid:

  • Small Silver Holographic Hexagonal – Looks best in 32oz and 52oz globes
  • Medium Silver Holographic Square – Looks best in 32oz and 52oz globes
  • Large Silver Holographic Square – Looks best in Lunar, Grande, Gemlites, 52oz globes
  • Short Silver Holographic Strand – Looks best in 32oz and 52oz globes
  • Long Silver & Colored Holographic Strand - Looks best in 32oz, 52oz, and Grande globes (use 15watt, 25watt, 40watt bulbs)

*NEW* FAST COLORED GLITTER choices in Clear Liquid:

  • Small Hexagonal: Gold (Holo), Green (Holo), Pink (Holo), Sky Blue (Holo), Ocean Blue (Holo), Navy (Holo), Turquoise, Lavender, Violet (Holo), Orange (Holo), Copper (Holo), Multicolor (Holo)
  • Small Squares: Violet (Holo), Pink (Holo), Sky Blue (Holo), Green (Holo), Gold (Holo), Navy (Holo), Silver (Holo)
  • Small Dots: Green (Holo), Pink (Holo)
  • Medium Dots: Gold (Holo), Ocean Blue (Holo), Silver (Holo)

SLOW GLITTER Liquid Color choices: Blue, Green, Red, Purple, Light Blue, Yellow, Orange, Teal, Pink, and Clear

SLOW GLITTER Glitter choices: 

  • Small Silver Flakes – Best for Florence Art, Heat Tapes, Mastercrafter’s Clocks, Consorts, and 32 oz globes
  • Very Small Silver Flakes -- Best for Crestworth Glitterlite, Lava Lite Glitter Lite
  • *NEW* Small Metallic Gold Multicolor -- Best for Glitterama 

All liquid is non-combustible and non-flammable.  

The slow glitter liquid is very low in toxicity.

The fast glitter liquid is solvent-based and should be treated with caution. Use safety goggles and gloves when working with the liquid, and make sure your work area is well ventilated — turn on a fan. 

Use a funnel when pouring the liquid into your globes.  Promptly close your bottle openings with the plug and cap provided.

 

My shipping address is: 

Kirk Olson

For USPS: PO BOX 1188

For UPS, FEDEX: 11228 Parsons Rd

Manor, TX 78653

kirkolson@mac.com

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You can't imagine how many times I've thought of you, Lib.  We've been through a few tough months, but all is well now.  

We lost one of our dogs (Seeni, the white, great Pyrenees mix in my avatar) to a rattlesnake bite in August.  We tried to save her with antivenin, but she got too much snake venom in her system.  

Seeni's death had me down for a couple of months.  But, I'M BACK NOW!

Oh no, Kirk, how terrible for you all!   I am so very sorry about the loss of sweet Seeni, and know you all were devastated!   Dasted rattlers.  That's why they all pass away from lead poisoning up here when I see one.   I've thought of you a many a time too, actually I have THREE boxes to mail you, one or two are yours to keep.   I'll email you later and tell you more.  Just happy that we're back in business again!   
 
Kirk said:

You can't imagine how many times I've thought of you, Lib.  We've been through a few tough months, but all is well now.  

We lost one of our dogs (Seeni, the white, great Pyrenees mix in my avatar) to a rattlesnake bite in August.  We tried to save her with antivenin, but she got too much snake venom in her system.  

Seeni's death had me down for a couple of months.  But, I'M BACK NOW!

I'm glad we are back in biz, too, Libby!  I look forward to hearing from you.

You know... I'm somewhat of a 'tree hugger', and I used to let the rattlers live, but no more.  I've killed several since Seeni met her fate.

Marley's Ghost said:

Oh no, Kirk, how terrible for you all!   I am so very sorry about the loss of sweet Seeni, and know you all were devastated!   Dasted rattlers.  That's why they all pass away from lead poisoning up here when I see one.   I've thought of you a many a time too, actually I have THREE boxes to mail you, one or two are yours to keep.   I'll email you later and tell you more.  Just happy that we're back in business again!   
 
Kirk said:

You can't imagine how many times I've thought of you, Lib.  We've been through a few tough months, but all is well now.  

We lost one of our dogs (Seeni, the white, great Pyrenees mix in my avatar) to a rattlesnake bite in August.  We tried to save her with antivenin, but she got too much snake venom in her system.  

Seeni's death had me down for a couple of months.  But, I'M BACK NOW!

I've NEVER let one of those demonic things, or copperheads live if I see them.   I've always been terrified for our pups too.  Blast their evil rears my dear, and I'll blast em from now on in honor of Seeni!   Lib
 
Kirk said:

I'm glad we are back in biz, too, Libby!  I look forward to hearing from you.

You know... I'm somewhat of a 'tree hugger', and I used to let the rattlers live, but no more.  I've killed several since Seeni met her fate.

Marley's Ghost said:

Oh no, Kirk, how terrible for you all!   I am so very sorry about the loss of sweet Seeni, and know you all were devastated!   Dasted rattlers.  That's why they all pass away from lead poisoning up here when I see one.   I've thought of you a many a time too, actually I have THREE boxes to mail you, one or two are yours to keep.   I'll email you later and tell you more.  Just happy that we're back in business again!   
 
Kirk said:

You can't imagine how many times I've thought of you, Lib.  We've been through a few tough months, but all is well now.  

We lost one of our dogs (Seeni, the white, great Pyrenees mix in my avatar) to a rattlesnake bite in August.  We tried to save her with antivenin, but she got too much snake venom in her system.  

Seeni's death had me down for a couple of months.  But, I'M BACK NOW!

Kirk, I'm sorry for the loss of your beloved pup, that's got to be awful, my condolences. Did you want me to post what I need here or via email?

Kirk said:

That's what I'm talking about, Doug! 

Let me know what I can do to assist.

Either way is fine, Doug.  And thanks for the kind words.


That is so well put...can only run mine from Oct. to Apr. Unless I want a sweat bath. 
Doug Ditzel said:

YES!!! Just in time for Glitter Lamp weather!

Sorry to hear the news, Kirk, and I don't blame you for getting rid of them.

That blue is amazing! Eventually, I want to refill my French lamp; do you have ways to cap them better? Mine has a cap from a water bottle on it, which leaks slightly if it's tilted; when I got it, it had an old plastic cap that fell apart. That one needs clear liquid.

I also want to refill my tiny Florence Art, but I have no idea how to remove the cap. It's tightly attached. It'd take blue, I think.

Hi, Jonas.  Shoot me a picture of the French Lamp top if you can.  I bet it's a European size bottle screw top or cap top.  Either way, I can recap it so it doesn't leak.

I just got my first double Florence a couple of weeks back on Ebay.  It's gorgeous.  I'll post some pics soon.  Also, I do know what you mean about the caps.  Are you talking about the brass-plated cap or the bottle's screw cap underneath it.  Either way, they both can be difficult to get off -- but they do come off.  I used some blow dryer heat to loosen my caps.

Glitter for Doug!  These pictures are pretty good, but trust me -- they are even better in person!

Blue with Large Holo Square 52oz

Green with Small Strand 52oz

Orange/Red with Small Holo Hex in 52oz

Teal with Small Holo Hex in 32oz

Lime Green with Small Holo Hex in 32oz

Green with Small Holo Hex in 32oz

I mean the metal cover. I have the small-size Florence, the metal is very tarnished, and the cap is stuck hard. So a blow dryer might get it free...? What, exactly, did you do?

Congrats on the new double Florence!

http://imgur.com/yiSuiJe Here's my French globe's top. I'm using the cap off a water bottle, which sort of fits. It's the standard, common French lamp, a polished steel oval with oval windows in each side. Is there a photo of your fast strand glitter anywhere? That's what was in this when I got it.

I just hit the sides and top of the metal cover for several minutes with high heat.  I then used a potholder to firmly turn and lift the cover off.  

On my double, there was a metal screw top with rubber-type tape around the metal screw top and the glass tube.  I think as he tape deteriorates, some liquid escapes and causes the metal cover to stick.  I think heat helps unstick it.

I put a red plug in both of my glass tubes, then screwed the metal top back on, then put the brass-plated metal cover back on top.  The plugs should keep them from leaking in the future.

Hope this helps.  I'm off to look at the French globe top. I'll be back...

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