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Hi Jennifer! So, how are you and the family? Your daughter will be 7 right? Brandon will be 7 in January. What an adventure it's been!!
I am very impressed with the end result.
I never thought you could get the lamp to look as good as you got it to look.
The lamp looks brand new again .
Thank you so much for your services I will Highly recommend you to anyone that has a lamp that is in need of TLC.
I know they wont be dissappointed.
Thank you so much for refurbing my retro lava lamp.
Its like a brand new lava all over again.
Your work is Amazing! The clarity of the liquid and the smooth non sticking movement is what you have created.
The Lamp looks perfect! I am very Impressed with your work.
Thank you so Much for taking your time with it and perfecting it.
It couldn't get any better then that.
I hope you've been well and the lamps too!
sorry for my English, i'm spanish speaker
The "light bulb" bottle is actually about a foot tall. I have one of the small ones (about 5 inches or so) and I was going to try to make one out of it..but it was just too tiny! This lamp has to be one of my favorites...glad you like it!
Are you still making your own goo?
White is my favorite as well. We once made a white marble base with white lava and it just looked amazing.
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