I'm an artist attempting to make a sculpture out of a lava lamp by inserting small sculpted or painted objects inside. I'm hoping someone might know before I take it apart if it's possible to insert small porcelain objects, pieces of acetate, or any other material inside the lamp that might float without just sinking to the bottom, floating to the top, or melting? Thanks for your response.
Added by Fletch on September 19, 2008 at 6:20pm —
I have opened a lava lamp inorder to replace cloudy liquid and transfer the lava to another globe. In doing so, I believe I may have compromised the lava. Could boiling lava hurt it? I let it get to hot and when i checked it the lava was actually boiling. Also, could I have compromised it by adding too much soap? I have put clean water in it and let it cycle several times, hoping this would help the state of my lava but so far I am having no luck with getting it to cycle. I am using cold… Continue
Added by Jennifer on September 19, 2008 at 11:40am —
Since we switched over to the social network version of Oozing Goo, I have placed a "donate" button on the site to help offset the hosting costs associated with the new setup. I'm happy to say that we've recieved 8 total donations in 8 months, ranging from $10.00 to $50.00. The donations were made by 6 members so far. Thanks guys! As a little recognition for their generosity, I have started an… Continue
Added by Mark Goo on September 9, 2008 at 8:00am —
Lucy bought a Green / Clear jet as one of our first lamps and we knew that there was something not right with the wax. So we ended up replacing it.
After getting to know a few of the wonderful people on this site, and speaking to DJTrevrok almost every day for god knows how long, lol. We ended up swapping bottles, mine were for this project and to be honest it didnt matter if I messed it up as it was just for a trial.
This is the First pic, just to show the Badness of the… Continue
Added by Version-2 on September 1, 2008 at 1:57pm —
I don't collect lamps I collect the moving color lava globes that go in lamp bases. The majority of my over 50 lamps are 32oz Lava Lite Midnights simply because at night the base and cap fade into the background and the moving colors take center stage. 9 of my lamps have silver bases to cluster around the silver base Grande.
When I started my moving color collection 2/2008 my original plan was to acquire 25 midnight clear/colored wax lamps to put in black bookcases making The Wall o… Continue
Added by Woodvetch on August 9, 2008 at 10:30am —
aladdin (like i'll ever find one)
and rare 90's models...
red psychedelic swirl
green psychedelic swirl
ebay just doesn't cut it for me anymore
Added by Stephanie on July 30, 2008 at 5:39pm —
I officially now have a giant pile of 32z midnights in lotso colors and am able to specifically position and heat lamps to layer, and blend colors with lava movement on a scale with real depth. Previously I was just lumping lamps together and taking opportunity pics.
I'm setting the lamps up then heating them until they spike and turning them off. I can easily move the globes without causing cloudiness and have an easy to see palette of colors to consider when positioning the lamps… Continue
Added by Woodvetch on May 24, 2008 at 12:00pm —
On the third of April I acquired a vintage yellow/orange Carlisle from a vintage shop in my town (see my photos)-- now I can say officially that I have a collection of lamps!
My 25 watt that came with my first lamp, a new Lava brand from Target, wasn't hot enough, and the wax half-way melted into these weird positions and I was worried that it had semi-petrified. But I bought a 40 watt bulb and all is right with the world. It chugs away happily all day (it just sent up its first… Continue
Added by chainsofsilver on April 6, 2008 at 10:30am —
I have been curious about the Meditation Lamps pictured in the Lava World gallery below. This is the only picture I have seen and I do not know of anyone who has one. If you do, or know someone who does, please post pictures.
I filled a Consort Globe with white lava and clear fluid. I blew the ad up till it matched the actual size of the Consort Globe. This gave me an idea of how big to make the Cross and where to position it on the globe. I made the Cross in Photoshop and printed it on a… Continue
Added by Manix5 on April 3, 2008 at 8:00pm —
I can't believe but I finally got the lamp I have wanted for a long time. A Red Clear Midnight Century, I know have 3. This beauty came from Denver. Thank god the seller shipped it. Only $20. Always ask the sellers on Craigslist to ship.
Added by Matt on March 17, 2008 at 12:41pm —
I won the science Fair!
Added by agentchillypig on March 1, 2008 at 6:55pm —
Very interested and been looking for a garfield lamp...
Added by jennifer on February 25, 2008 at 10:12pm —
I've had a few people ask for a feature to find out who's online at the moment. The only way to do it is to scroll through the members list and look, but this takes time. So I just loaded that little box on the right, appropriately called "Who's Online". Pretty cool, huh? You ask, and I shall deliver - if the stars align and I know how to... ;-)
There's another widget out there called chat that I can install. My only hesitation is that widgets slow down the loading of our Main page.… Continue
Added by Mark Goo on December 30, 2007 at 11:06am —
Don't be had! I was so excited to find a website that I thought sold these retired models, midnights, silverstreaks, and giants (yes giants!) But NOOOO. The site is no good. I tried to purchase three lamps, fortunately my money was refunded without hassel, but seeing that the site is still up, we dont want to see anyone else get taken or be mistaken. I should have been alarmed when it didnt charge anything for shipping, it just goes right to paypal, but the stars in my eyes from these rare… Continue
Added by OSOLAVA on December 29, 2007 at 11:44am —
Today I could not stand it any longer, I had to do it. I sent back my 52 oz. yellow lava clear liquid on a blue base. :(
As I was using it, it got worse and worse to the point it got so cloudy that I could not see through it anymore. The pictures look better than the actual thing.
Pics are below.…
Added by Brian on December 28, 2007 at 9:36pm —
So you like the limelight? Here's how to get your blog posts featured on the homepage of Oozing Goo. Write about Lava Lamps. This website is about lava lamps (and their cousins). Not sex, not drugs, not rock and roll (well maybe a little.) If you can write about lava lamps then everyone is happy and nobody gets hurt. So bring on your ideas! What new… Continue
Added by Mark Goo on December 27, 2007 at 4:30pm —
So why didn't anyone tell us that LavaWorld was about to come out with a new line of chrome lava lamps? As Dr.WHAT? pointed out, the release of the new line somehow slipped under our collective radar. How'd 'dat happen?!? Unlike other new product releases by LW, this time there was no press release which seems particulraly strange considering these lamps are among the… Continue
Added by Mark Goo on December 20, 2007 at 12:10am —
Thanks Leeder for my orange elektrik, hope you like yours! Now all I need is the Yellow, which is soon to come.
Added by OSOLAVA on December 17, 2007 at 8:57pm —
Thanks Leeder for the awesome Camel lamp. It looks great next to my Millenium Lamp. How do you like the yellow globe I put in it? Now all I need is a Budweiser Aristocrat. Anyone? Anyone? Will trade or buy! Will beg for lava :)
Added by OSOLAVA on December 7, 2007 at 12:15am —
Dedicated lava lamp addicts (GooHeads) regularly contribute info about lava lamps. Any visitor can read this great stuff. If you join the site (it's free), you can join in the fun and contribute too.
- Members also can have their own blogs here! (Click My Page to see your blog.)
- On your page, click Add a New Post to start writing.…
Added by Mark Goo on November 27, 2007 at 8:33pm —