"Thanks for the suggestions. I put out a screw cap globe: blue liquid and white lava. The lava is not all that white so if it happens to fade as well I'd be happy, It sounds like the wax doesn't fade much in the sun, if at all. How could I…"
"I just leave a bottle on the window (inside) and let the sun do its magic. Sunlight shouldn't damage the pigments in the wax, it will just clear out the masterfluid. It will be all good. Really you just want to expose it to as much UV…"
"I faded out the blue fluid on a blue/blue astro bottle last summer by sitting it in a bowl on a 45 degree angle and covering the bottom 1/4 of the bottle with a cloth so that the sun only shone on the fluid not the wax. It worked a treat!…"
I have several 52oz globes I want to fade to clear. I do NOT want the wax in them faded at all. I experimented with one, transferring the liquid to a jar and leaving it outside for several weeks. Unfortunately, some of the liquid was lost - evaporation, I suppose. Can someone suggest a better way to accomplish fading the liquid? Should I keep it indoors, at a window, so it doesn't get as hot? I don't have windows that get a lot of sunlight, so I'm hoping for a better solution, like finding an…See More
Acquired a Giant, black base, sans the top/cover cap. Could someone provide the dimensions of the cap - height, outside diameter (top and bottom), and wall thickness? Anyone found something suitable to replace this? Thanks.