I got some canning and candle wax a few months back and noticed the wax wouldn't sink. Since then I have gotten a Gookit and I notice the wax is a lot different than the candle wax. The texture is…Continue
"I don't blame you. I just bought some propylene glycol and glycerin to try and fix a lamp. It's a case of me needed a tsp or two, but ended up spending $15 on the stuff.
I think in order for the wax to "sink" you either need to…"
I got some canning and candle wax a few months back and noticed the wax wouldn't sink. Since then I have gotten a Gookit and I notice the wax is a lot different than the candle wax. The texture is more "vaselinie" then then the kits wax. I also got some soy wax just to test it out and it has the same strange feel as the Gookit wax but it floats as well. Does anyone know the secret to sinking wax?Here is the specific wax I got…See More
"The goo kit is just as simple as what I listed. You have surf, wax, water, wax dye. It can't be that frustrating (if it works). And worst case scenario I just use water salt and a little soap. I have never done anything like this, I am just…"
"$50 with shipping for a goo kit. The most expensive thing is the surf, but it comes with gallon so I wouldn't have to use much. I was on the patent page and it was saying if you use 70% water and 30% propylene glycol it would work but I am not…"
I work at a local bar as the only cook. I like to do at home projects in my free time. This is my first year getting into the LAVA
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I got a blue and yellow lamp when I was 12, I am 21 now and just recently got a new clear yellow lamp which has made me see lava for what it really was, now I look forward to make my own lamps and hearing other peoples helpful advise in my ventures.
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