so this is my first thread but it's been my 10TH failure in homemade lava lamps.. i was using mineral oil before as the lava, but i'd get trouble when the oil and the oil pastel that i used to color…Continue
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so this is my first thread but it's been my 10TH failure in homemade lava lamps.. i was using mineral oil before as the lava, but i'd get trouble when the oil and the oil pastel that i used to color the lava just get separate.. (i just had a theory that perhaps they just won't really combine because of their different density, judging from mineral oil which stays in liquid shape in room temperature while oil pastels goes to solid shape in room temperature.. idk, cmiiw) in this one, i used white…See More
First, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and SEVEN times of ERRORS to finally sign up at oozinggoo.com. i used the poor man's recipe with mineral oil and 70-96% alcohol(there aren't any 91% in my country), with blue artist's oil paint to color the lava, but the oil paint tends to seperate from the mineral oil after a while. the lava won't budge, till i SHOOK the bottle to mix the mineral oil and oil paint back together, and drop 3 drops of dishwashing detergent. it worked, but cloudy. SHIT !!
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