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At 8:33am on August 9, 2016, micheymoo said…
Seriously,It is true...I took my grandkids to the local shop to buy ice cream on a very hot day, we passed a small second hand /curio shop on the way,venturing inside I was instantly mesmerised by the beautiful (huge) grande Lava lamp,then she was mine.I dont regret it at all.I LOVE the thing. So from ice cream to Lava all in half an hour..who would have thought ?
At 5:13am on August 9, 2016, Eliot said…
Thanks for the welcome! Must say you've got a fantastic collection!
At 9:54pm on July 6, 2016, Daz said…

Hey, Happy to join, found this site by accident, just trying to find a lunar lamp to buy and add to my collection!

At 5:47pm on February 23, 2016, Polish Predator said…
How's UK nowadays? Warming up here finally....just getting into the lava trend...more to add I'm sure
At 8:04pm on February 21, 2016, Blackmage928 said…

Thanks for the welcoming! BC is rainy and green, as always haha. I have done a liquid replacement on my lava lamp, 3x now. Used just red coloring first, then just blue coloring,and now Ive tried for a violet with mixing blue and red. Looks more pink but still very cool. Thanks again and take care!

At 7:38pm on February 21, 2016, James Bransfield said…

I have two, though they are not too functional now/wax separation I think ... Don't know the models .... got them a long time ago .... Haggerty Enterprises on Irving Park so it's "carbon tetrachloride " ? Don't know how to do the fix as the two will kinda work for awhile then one quits and the other has lots of 1" balls

At 4:44am on February 16, 2016, Emma said…
Oh wow I will look it up on google. I need to refill my sata lite glitter light and think I am going to try using fusible fibres, but am not sure if this is the right thing to do. Do you have any experience in the glitter lamps ( hunter)
At 11:03am on February 13, 2016, Shoozie Q said…

Thanks, It does have it's moments.  Lamping right along.

At 5:23am on February 13, 2016, Emma said…
Thank you, i hope everyone here gas a wonderful weekend too
At 3:02pm on November 21, 2015, Louise ann said…
I have a. Dilemma at the fore front and was wondering if there is a member present that could direct or instruct me about the liquid (not the 'lava') used in the 60s lamps.My most ornery feline "paddy" knocked it down,cracked the plastic top(super glue) which leaked out on the floor.This morning to my horror I discovered the crime,cradled my baby all the way to the sink and filled him with tap.Needless to say it won't bubble.Just lays there.
At 2:55pm on November 21, 2015, Louise ann said…
Thank you and greetings,all who revere the everlasting lava God! All kidding aside I do thank you for your warm welcome and hope to learn all I can from the very learned members of this outta site site.
At 10:00pm on November 18, 2015, Hellno187 said…

LOL thanks, who doesn't like the Swedish Chef right?

At 10:27am on November 4, 2015, Masmissian said…

Thanks for the welcome...Yeah...my collection is always growing...I'm a freak for these things and apparently I am not alone

At 5:33pm on October 28, 2015, Perry said…

Thanks for the welcome, have been a lurker for a while, have purchased from several of the people in the group through ebay as well. The Lava Library has been a great resource. Wish I had a better understanding of the ups and downs of the market....although no desire to sell....and don't have the space or the scratch for purchasing at the moment.....unless anybody has another original 60's USA glitterlite they'll sell for $36!

Very jealous of all the incredible UK lamps that are so easy, and not so easy, for you to get.

At 7:26pm on October 18, 2015, Debbie said…

Thanks so much!!! The fire happened in July and insurance has been good to us. Gotta start replacing our lava lamps. 

At 5:35pm on September 23, 2015, Psylo Etherea said…

Thank you! I appreciate your greetings and warm welcome! :D

At 10:26pm on September 9, 2015, calgirlya said…
I wish I had known the shake/break lava 101. Damn.
I then tried to heat, seperate, and eventually now just have sad lava next to my trash can because I can't seem to give it up. I wish I could buy the liquid because I actually have very nice bottles, that's the big bummer. I can't replace the style of bottle. Thus I found this site, but looks like I'd have to buy a bottle and transfer the liquid I think. Hmmmm Thanks for the compassion. Cheers.
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At 10:42am on April 2, 2015, RazorBlades said…

Muhaha well your welcome here anytime. Im in Houston. Bigger and better than Dallas. ;)

Jk

At 2:37pm on March 4, 2015, Dave Smith said…
I love going to the factory and always found the staff very helpful,I've nearly always got what I've been looking for but cannot get them to make me a clear and white lunar vase even if I signed a waver saying that I wouldn't complain if it eventually became slightly yellowish after a while,I sometimes buy from a guy near me who has a lunar with the colour way I want ,his is crystal clear and the White pristine.
On the subject of what lamps I own I think I have a very good collection from older ones to the more modern Mathmos including non lava ones the one I'm most proud of at the moment is my glitterama petite jardiniere which I found locally made be ex Crestworth workers who set up a rival firm,more can be found out about this on Anthony Voss excellent history of Crestworth/Mathmos.like you I love all my lamps equally but unfortunately don't have the room to display them all.

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