I'm guessing a lot of you folks are checking the thrift stores, flea markets, yard sales etc. for lava lamps. sometimes I get lucky. Tell me about your favorite finds.in the last week or so I've…Continue
I'm new here, Hi Folks I'm Peter.I'm always looking to make something good, bettersometimes the lamps aren't perfect, but perfect for perfectingI hope to see some good custom jobs also I'm thinking…Continue
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Seems to me like the popular gold bases with the holes should of been glittered. It didn't take long to paint, partlly because the Rust-Oleum spray nozzle stopped working after half the can maybe less. But it was good enough and looked great after a couple coats of clear coat.
II sealed the…Continue
I found a couple lava lamps at a goodwill one is smaller with cloudy clear liquid and navy blue lava on a brushed silver base. the one I'm planning on fixing up is a midnight from 1999.
When checking the liquid out in the parking lot, it looked like it barely had a tint of the old mason jars that are blueish green. but it was practically clear. the lava is white. when I had the chance I switched my two globes and it now has the blue/purple globe…Continue