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Vintage Lava Lamp

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shane Burke Apr 29. 11 Replies

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Shane Burke replied to Shane Burke's discussion Vintage Lava Lamp
"It was my Grandmothers who recently passed away. She had it for as long as I can remember and some time before that im sure. It is a true treasure to me as she raised me my whole life."
Apr 29
MichaelN77 replied to Shane Burke's discussion Vintage Lava Lamp
"I am glad everything worked out for you so well and so easily. That lamp is beautiful! Where did you find it?"
Apr 28
Mr MaGoo replied to Shane Burke's discussion Vintage Lava Lamp
"Wow, great to see it in all it's glory. Grats bro!"
Apr 28
Shane Burke replied to Shane Burke's discussion Vintage Lava Lamp
"So I just wanted to post an update to my Lava lamp issue. The adding of the distilled water did the trick. Ended up having to put enough in to bring the level back to where it was supposed to be. I want to say thank you so so very much for the…"
Apr 28
Claude J replied to Shane Burke's discussion Vintage Lava Lamp
"FYI, there is a good likelihood  from viewing the photos that it came with Yellow fluid  Over time it fades and can be resurrected with food coloring if you so choose to do so"
Apr 18
Mr MaGoo replied to Shane Burke's discussion Vintage Lava Lamp
"Great to hear bro.  Glad you can have some good memories of your grandmother when you see this beautiful lamp going through its motions.  I to have and acrylic multi colored square pattern lamp from the 50's-60's that my…"
Apr 18
Shane Burke replied to Shane Burke's discussion Vintage Lava Lamp
"Thank you so much for the advise. The distilled water was the ticket. Still need to add just a little more but it is working 100 times better. So you can see in my picture that the fluid was a bit low in it. I have it almost filled back to the top…"
Apr 18
Claude J replied to Shane Burke's discussion Vintage Lava Lamp
"if you have any stuck tidbits just hit them with a hair dryer and they should loosen up and float again"
Apr 15
Mr MaGoo replied to Shane Burke's discussion Vintage Lava Lamp
"Well if all the wax is together now and no longer separated, then that means the fluid is the globe is too "heavy"  unscrew the top and add a little bit of distilled water at a time until the wax begins to fall.  Just add a…"
Apr 14
Keith replied to Shane Burke's discussion Vintage Lava Lamp
Apr 14
Shane Burke replied to Shane Burke's discussion Vintage Lava Lamp
"So, Update. After turning it back on all the wax went back to just floating at the top. Please help!"
Apr 14
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Vintage Lava Lamp

So I have a Vintage Lava lamp that has a few problems that I am hoping someone can help me resolve. First the liquid inside seems to have a yellowish…See More
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I am an Army Vet
Where I Live:
Utah
My First Lava Lamp was:
This one
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