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cloudy ferrofluid lamp

Started this discussion. Last reply by k-nano Nov 8. 3 Replies

I have an Inspired Designs ferrofluid lamp. The other day, I noticed the liquid in it is rather hazy. I would like to replace the fluid. I did this once with a cheapo gas pump lamp, using distilled…Continue

Gookit Questions

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mike Sheridan Feb 25, 2013. 8 Replies

After a hectic day of guesswork and cleaning after a wax accident, I finished my gookit! However, I cannot get it to flow well at all. I have been watching it all day, and it hasn't moved. The long…Continue

Lava problems

Started this discussion. Last reply by Keith Feb 19, 2013. 10 Replies

So i have this 16.3" lamp, and i can never get it to flow. I have a gookit coming for so,e other lamps, so i may redo it, because idk what the problem is. I have had this lamp on for two hours now,…Continue

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k-nano replied to Mike Sheridan's discussion cloudy ferrofluid lamp
"Usually the lamp only get's cloudy if it's been shaken a lot such as during rough shipping. This is often fixed by cycling the lamp on and off for a few hours a few times. Sometimes it can also get cloudy for sitting too long such as in…"
Nov 8
Mike Sheridan replied to Mike Sheridan's discussion cloudy ferrofluid lamp
"Oh wow. Talk about service!!! Mine is solid, just enough to fill the little notch at the bottom of the bottle"
Nov 8
k-nano replied to Mike Sheridan's discussion cloudy ferrofluid lamp
"Hi, Mike. This is Kyle, the creator of the ferrofluid lamp you bought. ;) It will mess things up. Bad. The proprietary master fluid is specifically engineered to both preserve the ferrofluid as well as keep it from sticking to the glass. It's…"
Nov 6
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cloudy ferrofluid lamp

I have an Inspired Designs ferrofluid lamp. The other day, I noticed the liquid in it is rather hazy. I would like to replace the fluid. I did this once with a cheapo gas pump lamp, using distilled water and surf from a goo kit, and it went from barely visible to crystal clear. What I want to know, is it possible to do this with a the ferrofluid lamp, or will it mess things up?See More
Oct 31

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Something Interesting About Me:
DIYer new to the world of Lava Lamp modification
Where I Live:
NY
My First Lava Lamp was:
A lavalite circa 1995. Real good, never clouded
My Collection Includes this many Lava Lamps:
1.5 - I have one emptied and awaiting a gookit in the near future
Relationship Status:
In a Relationship
One of My Favorite Websites:
http://www.tranoidnoki.com

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At 4:16pm on October 2, 2011, Modulo '70 said…
Lava greetings to you Mike. Thanks for joining this great and interesting site devoted to the world of lava and other fancy mood lighting.
 
 
 

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