This is so cool!
Cannot tell by usernames
It's doubtful since we are refining the formula to get the proper flow from a 14" to a grande, before making a Large batch. large lamps seem to be no issue
Our surfactant is the expensive kind (SLES) with a low cloud point
I'll be sending out announcements when the new formula is available
It is WHITE shows up more under a blacklight but not as good as our fluorescent blue dye
Gotcha. I originally bought a quart of wax from you off of eBay before I knew about your website and then I found the website so jackpot. Probably going to order surfactant soon didn't notice how low I was. The wax and green dye I ordered from you just showed up yesterday so that's why I was wondering if it's the same stuff as the UV sensitive stuff mentioned above.
Glad to hear it
Love to hear that some lamps are being saved
We are working on having Grande-sized restore kits in inventory soon
They take a whole quart
You can see the flow here: https://imgur.com/a/GpCc5aP
I was pretty much fixing to toss the grandes and other foggy lamps I had acquired until I found your site which lead me to this forum.
Here is the proof from several years ago
Helpful Link for home lava labs
I still have a bunch of wax plus what I ordered last week. I'm doing a lot of experimenting with different amounts of dye and I'm even trying to get a 11" lamp going but it may be a lost cause at this point. Either way I've become obsessed. My wife comes home to me "cooking another damn lava lamp" pretty much every day. I've sequestered a whole corner of my kitchen for lava chems and experimentation.