Twice in one shot, it was so foggy. The only downside has been the lava seems a tiny bit less heat sensitive.
My foggy Marley grande I did just once, and its still a bit foggy. I'll put pics up over the weekend or early next week.
what I want to do is put back in whatever chemical got filtered out erroneously....add a little extra glycol or ethylene glycol or whatever and improve the flow. The wax is fine, and I don't want to mess with it.
No room for a bulb extender.
Dr.What, do you have to use a 75 watt if you use a bulb extender? When Bohdan was here still he had a pic where the globe cracked from the bulb being to close. Also would this make the globe brighter, as my grande green blue is very dark blue but crystal clear.
I don't remember where I got it, I think Home Depot (it was so long ago) but I'm sure any hardware store will have it, they are like $3-$5. It will would work for the grandes bulbs or any bulb with the same sized brass threading which is most appliance bulbs.
@ Kemp no I still use the 100watt just on this globe since it's a sluggish one. I recall that globe Bohdan had and when it cracked. I had a 52 oz. do the same to me without a bulb extender on it and with a 40 w bulb so I think it just may have been a weakness in the glass. The older globes are definitely a thicker glass then the new china cramps (lol). The only time I've had to use a extender was on this blue/white grande and it's been a good 5 years with this still going. I've checked the bottom of the glass and all looks normal still. It wont make the globe brighter just a tad hotter. You should try putting it out in the sun for a couple weeks that'll lighten up the blue some.