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What's going on? Wax flows upwards. Not warm, cold...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter Panussi on Thursday. 4 Replies

The Post brought me two Jets, two cheap occasions, and both bottles are problem childs. The bases and caps are ok. That said, it was still a good buy, cause of the reasonable price I paid.…Continue

Strange "Star Trek" Glitterball Jet on Ebay - but expensive...

Started this discussion. Last reply by kero48 May 14. 1 Reply

Way too expensive for me with 75 Pound Sterling starting fee, and a bit cloudy allready (but glitterball tend to clear up when heated, or? On the other hand it is working and therefore heated on the…Continue

Color Question / Mathmos Astro Baby

Started this discussion. Last reply by Johnny May 10. 13 Replies

I just found an Astro Baby on Ebay UK where the seller says "Green with yellow lava".Does anyone know, if Mathmos had this combination in the past? On the photos it looks different than the standard…Continue

Tags: Baby, Astro, Mathmos

Has anyone experiences with Mathmos 3-in-1?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nee May 15. 12 Replies

High Folks,after reading nearly the whole lava talk archive of oozinggoo in the last couple of weeks, I now signed in to get into touch with the oozers here and exchange tips and tricks.My name is…Continue

Tags: Lava, white, 3-in-1, Astro, Mathmos

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Peter Panussi replied to Keith's discussion Chrome lava?
"To make your own metallic goo is a trial-and-error affaire, I suppose.The metallic agent has to be oil-based, mix good with wax, mix not with water. Whatever form of metallic you put into the goo, it will raise its weight, and this means you need a…"
Monday
Peter Panussi replied to Keith's discussion Chrome lava?
"I don't know the product range of Sharpies. First views show water-based, alcohol-based and at least one kind of oil-based markers: Sharpie Oil Paint Marker silver"
Monday
Peter Panussi replied to Keith's discussion Chrome lava?
"and wow, here we have 41 basic colors of Neuberg Gold leaf and Metallic Powders And it says: "Metal powders add to: Lacquers, Polyurethane, Oil Varnish, Waxes and even Glass (liquified) that will form a film to encapsulate the metallic…"
Sunday
Peter Panussi replied to Keith's discussion Chrome lava?
"Another maybe interesting thing:  Schmincke Oil Bronze Powder"
Sunday
Peter Panussi replied to Keith's discussion Chrome lava?
"This one is oil-based:  Uni Paint Marker"
Sunday
Peter Panussi commented on Michael's photo
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"what a wonderful lavalamp rainbow, awesome"
Sunday
Peter Panussi replied to Keith's discussion Chrome lava?
"Well, for my understanding you need an oil-based colour, or? This chrome one is alcohol-based, would that mix with wax? And not with water? What about these cheap NoName metallic lamps: Groovy Motion Lava Lamp Metallic Green I would love to…"
Sunday
Peter Panussi replied to Mark's discussion An unusual fibre optic tree 'lamp' for sale in Bedworth, Warwickshire
"Wow, looks phantastic!! I saw another one on ebay, made by Trident, no as spectacular as yours, but also pretty vintage, I think: http://www.ebay.de/itm/322511930015?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT"
Friday
Peter Panussi replied to Ben's discussion Vintage lamp keeps re-clouding
"I have only tried to restore 8-10 cloudy lamps until now, mostly Mathmos Astros and Astrobabies. Always by pouring away the old liquid, carefully washing out the globe with distilled water, putting in new distilled water, heating up until wax melts,…"
Thursday
Peter Panussi replied to Peter Panussi's discussion What's going on? Wax flows upwards. Not warm, cold...
"Thanks for the advice! The flluid is definitely original, preowner of the lamp was a technical naive girl, she didn't do anything. The cap is still sealed. She also reported the lamp as "going pretty well" -> that was last month. I…"
Thursday
Mark replied to Peter Panussi's discussion What's going on? Wax flows upwards. Not warm, cold...
"It is kind of weird. Like Johnny said, it's acting like the fluid may have been replaced, but is does look like a genuine mathmos colour/fluid.  I've owned a lot of mathmos lamps, and the only time I've seen that was when I put…"
Thursday
Johnny replied to Peter Panussi's discussion What's going on? Wax flows upwards. Not warm, cold...
"may be a couple of reasons , 1, the wax is old and often see it in very old cloudy bottles the wax seperated, or 2 the bottle master fluid has been replaced and the density is thicker making the wax float upwards, if the bottle top is unsealed you…"
Thursday
Keith replied to Peter Panussi's discussion What's going on? Wax flows upwards. Not warm, cold...
"In the video linked here http://oozinggoo.ning.com/forum/topics/mathmos-astro-production-video Globes are given a one hour bath at 160 degrees Fahrenheit, completely melting the wax.  It might just be the cure your globe needs."
May 17
Peter Panussi posted a discussion

What's going on? Wax flows upwards. Not warm, cold...

The Post brought me two Jets, two cheap occasions, and both bottles are problem childs. The bases and caps are ok. That said, it was still a good buy, cause of the reasonable price I paid.The trouble with the yellow one is obvious: It lost some liquid on the way (the moron didn't check it before sending. The bottle's alu…See More
May 17
Peter Panussi replied to Aladdin 2 Lava's discussion Gumtree... Lunar £30 !!! Maidenhead Area.
"Germany runs on Ebay Kleinanzeigen, also a good place to find some nice surprising cheapos.But as you are nearer to the epicentrum of the mania, I can imagine a lot of golden oldies floating around..."
May 16
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Something Interesting About Me:
Mostly harmless...
Where I Live:
Berlin, Germany
My First Lava Lamp was:
Mathmos Astro blue-green
My Collection Includes this many Lava Lamps:
ca. 35
My Favorite Lava Lamp is:
Mathmos Jet
Relationship Status:
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At 2:04am on May 7, 2017, Modulo '70 said…
Hi Peter. Warm greetings from the syndicate for lava (and glitter) lamp lovers - Oozing Goo!
 
 
 

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