I've tried melting the wax to get the bubbles out .
What am I doing wrong ?Continue
Its quite cloudy. I've been running it a bit and believe it or not it is getting better, Lets see how it looks in a few…Continue
Stumbled upon a cool new desk toy/lamp that some of you may find-a-fancy for! I may have to get behind this project!
1. The lava lamp patent is held by Haggerty Enterprises, Inc. in the United States and by Mathmos in England. This site, Oozing Goo, does not condone making lava lamps for selling or profitting in any other way.
2. The materials in the various formulas listed on this site may be very dangerous. Be careful and excercise proper handling while working with these chemicals. Stick to the…Continue
Added by Mark Goo on January 3, 2018 at 11:56am — No Comments
Hey guys so I ran across a deal on the Chester lava lamp. I haven't picked it up yet but I was wondering if you guys might be interested in buying it before I do?
Ill provide pictures if needed.
Added by kevin pedro on January 1, 2018 at 1:46pm — No Comments
Hi Guys, here are some beautiful lamps from my collection for sale.
-Astro Flock, green with red/red bottle, all original, mint condition, boxed…Continue
I'm having absolutely no luck finding a Spray for my fantasia sunburst 4000. Does anybody know where I could find a replacement. I have the base already.. thank you in advance
I have managed to obtain a working Crestworth Galaxy Fiber Optic lamp but would appreciate some advice from someone with experience of workings as it need a little TLC.
Can anyone help with the following:
I have the glass colour wheel but it is broken, any one know how to find a replacement or best way to make one.
What is the best polish for the dome.
Which way should the fan operate, blow up or suck down.
Anyone know of a spare stand or…
Does anyone know what year the Copper Crestworth Astro Mk5 was produced?
I know it isn't Bowie, Pete, but here is one more for ya! Rest well friend.
Added by Mike Wizowski on May 10, 2017 at 2:44pm — No Comments
Well I must say that this site is quite a surprise to me. Who would have known there was a community of people obsessed by the ooze.
Well I hope to meet some of you guys and what not.
First of all, this is not a guide but notes for my self, that hopefully others might find useful. Stuff you find here might already have been described elsewhere on this site.
First the basics
What makes the lava lamp flow is basically the liquid solution being made correctly for the specific wax your lamp uses. In other words, you might not be able to take one liquid from one lamp,…Continue
For a friend, trying to find this lamp and bulbs.…Continue
Just reposting instructions I like to send sellers when I purchase a lamp that's traveling via USPS etc. I'm posting as originally written by Weebotech. I modify it a bit as per my lamp situation.
I just did a search here to copy it again so thought I'd post for others who have never seen it or hadn't saved.
I am providing this page so that I may receive my purchase in as pristine condition as possible. I know I'm picky with these instructions,…
Added by Deb on April 11, 2016 at 12:04am — No Comments
It's been awhile, but I really could use all the expert opinions that are available here.....Would anyone care to answer a few for me?
First a little back story...
I purchased this Christmas 2015 a Lava Grande from Amazon, in a yellow wax/blue liquid format with silver base and cap. It arrived to me (NEW OUT OF THE SHIPPING BOX) dark and cloudy (the liquid). I am rather upset about this, and the seller REFUSES to admit one sent me a faulty lamp. One has claimed back that I…Continue
Added by Professor JS on December 14, 2015 at 2:00am — No Comments
I have an all original 1975 Model lamp, I have been messing with the coil and have lost a little liquid out of it. I need to add a couple of ounces but I am not sure what I can add that wont hurt it. I was told mine has different chemicals than newer ones. Any ideas?