Hello. I saw some really old posts about the Mille Luci Glitter Lamp. Hopefully, there are some people around that still have an interest and can answer a couple of questions.I picked one up for…Continue
"Over the years while designing different glitter lamps using other makers liquids/glitter your best bet is to find a used glitter lamp on ebay and replace the fluids only using the replacement fluid you just purchased...never mix fluids. I…"
"Likewise, I haven't heard from Kirk for several years now.
If someone could signpost me to some good solvent resistant glitter flake material I'd be grateful.
Ideally small strand or squares (large or small). "
"It's a long and difficult process. Lot's to explain in detail, but I don't feel like writing up a really extensive guide.
Buy this stuff. You can get it all on Amazon.
"Hello from across the Pond- nice lamp!
We have fast glitter lamps in the UK too (typically Crestworth "Living Jewel") and they suffer similar evaporation/fluid loss.
It is invariably the solvent - in the UK case it's…"
Hello. I saw some really old posts about the Mille Luci Glitter Lamp. Hopefully, there are some people around that still have an interest and can answer a couple of questions.I picked one up for $10 at a Goodwill and it still works just fine. However, it's only 1/2 full. I was wondering if that's how these were actually designed? Based on the patent documents, I'm guessing it's not. The 2 ingredients that make up the liquid are trichloroethylene ((900 gr (brake cleaning fluid)) and…See More