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Ways to make a lava lamp less light?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Claude J Apr 17. 7 Replies

I know it seems counterintuitive, but I have a lamp with white wax and clear fluid that I would like to light from the back with RGB LED lights instead. The lightbulb inside is pretty bright, but I…Continue

Retro Basic lava lamp instructions?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dee Pocha Mar 26. 4 Replies

Hi! I've been lurking for a little while since I broke my lava lamp about 6 months ago. I've been learning a lot. Mostly what not to do. Anyways, I've been casually looking around for how to make my…Continue

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Claude J replied to Dee Pocha's discussion Ways to make a lava lamp less light?
"you would have to measure the opening of the jet + socket height"
Apr 17
Arne replied to Dee Pocha's discussion Ways to make a lava lamp less light?
"do you know if the small ones would fit into a (Mathmos) jet style lamp if I change the socket?"
Apr 17
Claude J replied to Dee Pocha's discussion Ways to make a lava lamp less light?
"I agree. That's why most people photograph right after turning the lamp off I'd just change the socket from the E14 and use the smaller heater My lunar uses a heating element as wellhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UzzjpYEtEE"
Apr 16
Arne replied to Dee Pocha's discussion Ways to make a lava lamp less light?
"I've been running my lunar on one of those ceramic heaters and as it had a dimmer it was no problem at all. I'm trying to get hold of a version for small sockets (e14) for years now but the only ones I can find online a from a suspicious…"
Apr 16
Claude J replied to Dee Pocha's discussion Ways to make a lava lamp less light?
"Correct on the ceramic heater I've been making these color change grande for a few years now A lot of $ went into R&D WARNING, WARNING, WARNING Dee,,., \Be EVER SO CAREFUL that:You are using the correct wattage heaterThe height of the…"
Apr 15
LampHead replied to Dee Pocha's discussion Ways to make a lava lamp less light?
"You can try tin foil also."
Apr 15
Keith replied to Dee Pocha's discussion Ways to make a lava lamp less light?
"Find one of these at a pet store.  Use a dimmer to control heat output.   "
Apr 12
Dee Pocha replied to Michael Williams's discussion LED + Heat lamp
"Hey, I just posted a very similar question! I still have no idea what the solution is, but I'm also looking! http://oozinggoo.ning.com/forum/topics/ways-to-make-a-lava-lamp-less-light?xg_source=activity"
Apr 12
Dee Pocha replied to Michael Williams's discussion LED + Heat lamp
"Where might I find one of these kits, and are they available in Canada?"
Apr 12
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Ways to make a lava lamp less light?

I know it seems counterintuitive, but I have a lamp with white wax and clear fluid that I would like to light from the back with RGB LED lights instead. The lightbulb inside is pretty bright, but I need it to warm the globe to make the lava flow. If I were to add the RGB lighting behind it, the existing light coming from the lamp would cancel out the coloured lighting. Is there any way to make my existing bulb dimmer while still having it function properly as a warmer?See More
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"Hi and welcome to this great Site of Light!"
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Dee Pocha replied to Dee Pocha's discussion Retro Basic lava lamp instructions?
"Yes! I never even thought of using the wayback machine! This is exactly what I was looking for!"
Mar 26
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Unknown brand from Spencer Gifts sometime in the late 90s.

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At 2:27pm on March 29, 2021, Modulo '70 said…

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