I know there has been talk about white wax that turns yellow over time; noticeably at the base of the flowing goo. I have a 90s lamp with white wax and blue liquid.Is there a white bulb that will…Continue
"UPDATE :: After my initial semi-success I can't say the artist oil paint is a viable method. I only had 1 color that worked (or at least appeared to work) actually it kind of coated some of the wax and never really blended with it. …"
"Pictures: I hate to post the original picture it is obviously heavily photo shopped. I didn't take any pics in real light, but trust me my description was very accurate compared to the midnight in a mine shaft shot from ebay."
" The lamp is a little bitty 12" from China. Started out turquoise with yellow wax and quite cloudy. Got rid of the turquoise and got clean water in there which is when the wax showed it's true colors (orangy yellow). I bought a…"
"Can anyone comment on the blue goo kit dye? If the lava is opaque, does the goo appear blue?
My blue dyed goo kit just looks purple with the lamp on and flowing. I figured it may be something to do with the color wavelengths that travel through or…"
"welcome to OG! honestly, you did it right if the lamp still flows and you're happy with the outcome. if you don't mind, please post some photos of the lamp, what you added, and how much so that others can give it a try."
"New here, but I bought a used China lamp that had orangy yellow wax, looked awful. I added some white oil paint and now it looks like real cream. Don't know if it will last, but looks way better. Also don't know if I did…"
"I'm confused. Are you guys saying that overheating the goo makes it turn opaque?
I've only heated goo in the microwave (not too long) and I've never been able to get goo to turn opaque even after many runs in the lamp. It's…"
"Hey Brad, whatever happened to this lamp? Did the lava turn opaque?
Also, I see that you have a Mathmos blue/blue. I want to try to replicate that in a grande with a GooKit... Any tips? I'm new to GooKits."
"THANK YOU JIM!! Many checked off my Christmas shopping list!
Was there a standard method established for fixing the flow issue in these Centuries? Do they need a water change? Or maybe just a partial water change to lower the water density? Or…"