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Please help me understand the clearest way to increase and decrease density as well as stretchy lava in vintage lamps!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Keith Aug 13, 2015. 1 Reply

Hi gang, it's been far too long! I have been busy collecting older lamps when I can and have a few that need help.  I have two that have had the "chunky" lava issue that older lamps that have sat…Continue

Tags: PG, glycerine, Glycol, surface, tension.

AHHHH!!! Shaken Lava? Ruined?

Started this discussion. Last reply by kiramarie Sep 1, 2011. 2 Replies

Ok so... being OCD doesn't always pay off.  My Regency had leaked from the cap (it's a refilled Regency, Salmon/Clear) and dripped some liquid down the side.  I wanted to screw the cap tight when it…Continue

Tags: foggy, liquid, lava, shaken, help

Consort globe needed!

Started Aug 16, 2011 0 Replies

Hi gang. I would like to complete my 1967 Expo lamp, otherwise known as the "Blue Magoo" lamp after having the seller break the original screen printed globe while wrapping it up a number of years…Continue

Tags: empty, expo., replacement, globe, vintage

Does anyone know who owns this lamp?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Erin Aug 15, 2011. 1 Reply

Hey all, I have been trying to do research on the earliest lava models and colors.  I found this photo in my archive of lava pics mostly from ebay over the years.  Jonas has been helping me and said…Continue

Tags: copper, century, rare, oil, vintage

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Claude J replied to VintageK's discussion Dimmer = lava flow magic! Especially in Summer
"IMHO EVERY lava lamp 32oz and up should have a dimmer installed. seasons change, temperatures vary, ceiling fans blow For the Avid collector, the number of lava lamps in the room grows Options are external, internal and line…"
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"Fellow NY'r here on the island and let me tell you, I can't get my place the past 3 days under 80 with the AC's blaring. I use my glitter lamps more often in summer than the lava lamps. If I used my lava lamps I only use 52oz or 32oz…"
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Something Interesting About Me:
Hi there, I am a collector of mid century electrinics, mainly lighting, clocks, radios, and LAVA LAMPS!
Where I Live:
New York City
My First Lava Lamp was:
A pink midnight was my first lamp becuase I was obsessed with my grandmothers red/yellow decorator which I though had truly trapped real lava from a volcano when I used to start at it as a kid.

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At 6:58am on October 15, 2012, Jeff Goo said…

Welcome VintageK..:-)

At 5:56am on November 6, 2011, Modulo '70 said…
A very happy goo-filled birthday to you Mr VintageK!
At 9:36am on August 13, 2011, Erin said…
Well it's a fantastic picture. :)
At 9:11am on August 13, 2011, Erin said…
Hello and welcome! Is that you in your pic?! :D
At 5:40pm on July 6, 2011, Mark Goo said…
Thanks for the add!
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