To cut a long story short I bought a cheap (£3) Astrobaby from a market a few months ago. The lamp worked fine once I replaced the bulb and I'm currently using it with my existing bottles.
The bottle which came with the lamp had been opened and drained of liquid by whoever owned it before, and I just left it in the box thinking it was no use to anyone. Since reading on this forum that the lamps can be restored though, I'd like to try my hand at fixing it.
I've no idea where to start so if anyone has a link to anything which would be of help that would be great.
I've previously followed this formula for mathmos lamps and managed to get them working ok but it took a couple of attempts
I've bought 2 cloudy lamps from my local car boot sale this weekend so was just looking around for any alternatives before I give it a go again.
Anyone got any better suggestions?
I would say goo kit - from what I have heard its the most reliable option, its on Ebay and from the US.
For cloudy lamps you could filter them using a water purification filter they are about £90 on Amazon or if that's not worth it for the lamps then redo them - eather a full redo or a water change (see link bellow for the thread)
What lamps did you buy from the boot sale?