Well my patience ran out waiting for my used fluidium to clear up. I read mathmos lamps take forever so I decided to replace the liquid. I saved the liquid in a bottle just in case, or for when I find myself in a situation that I can get it filtered somehow/somewhere.
Anyways here is what I did:
First added the water and turned it on, when the lava became fluid I added some salt solution. After a primary reaction the goo settled down again. I kept adding salt solution until the goo begun forming a slight dome. Then I added some soap solution to break the goo surface to create blobs.
Succes? Neh I don't think so. After a long wait period the lava warms up but it looks well... bad. I mean I love the clearness of the bottle now but the lava is all bubbly. It looks like air bubbles but it can just as well be liquid bubbles All I know is that some bubbles like in maple syrup are fine but this is too much. Maybe I added too much salt/soap? Or maybe too little?
Any and all advice welcome.
as pictures speak a thousand words: