I rewired my shelving units I ran into a dilemma with wiring the fiber optics to their own remote-controlled power strip. The heavy 220V power cube, attached to a 220/120 convertor and then into a…Continue
"NO,.. ABSOLUTELY NOT!Dawn is ONLY to be used for cleaning the globe prior to adding a SURFACENT
Also, if you use it to clean the globe rinse it thoroughly., It has grease-cutting chemicals to it and will not work properly as a surfactantYou can…"
$400 for OG members https://www.ebay.com/itm/284546658751 Selling our personal (and last) of our custom wizard collection Custom 32 ounce Blue Lava/Blue Fluid Globes made in our labComes with brand new light bulbs.Both wizards have the long cone top and were chrome plated by a local company at great expense. Difficult and expensive to chrome plate, since the plating company has to multiple plate them in copper…See More
"NEVER EVER,.. Use salt
That's for high school experiments
It corrodes the coil, damages the wax, and is corrosive
If you actually need to adjust the specific gravity (flotation) of a lava lamp, use propylene glycol readily available online or…"
I rewired my shelving units I ran into a dilemma with wiring the fiber optics to their own remote-controlled power strip. The heavy 220V power cube, attached to a 220/120 convertor and then into a loaded 8 outlet power strip was too much weight to attach to the back of the shelf unit. SOLUTION 6 glass tilesSome aluminum angles, flat stock, and 3M double-faced sticky tape, velcro, and plastic sheets. In retrospect, I could have used one of those expensive aluminum hobby boxes, cut the front and…See More