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MAGMA TOWER GOO IS NO GO?

Started this discussion. Last reply by KittenChops Feb 8. 4 Replies

So my first goo kit I've ever bought arrived and I am trying to revamp an old 1960s 52 ounce globe. It is now sitting on it's second batch of goo and no flow. Just tiny little balls of wax floating…Continue

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KittenChops replied to Benjamin Terracina's discussion MAGMA TOWER GOO IS NO GO?
"Propylene Glycol does the trick. I had the same problem with my first restoration. Magma Tower really needs to let buyers know that their kits do not flow properly on their own. You need to add a liquid density agent like PG. You will also be…"
Feb 8
Benjamin Terracina replied to Benjamin Terracina's discussion MAGMA TOWER GOO IS NO GO?
"Thanks Autumn and ash-hole! for the great advice. I did add surfactant 15ml to 17ml as called for in a 52 ounce lamp. Also, wanted to say that I am dumb. Magma Tower is not to blame for any of this, but only myself. The issue I was having was of…"
Feb 7
Autumn replied to Benjamin Terracina's discussion MAGMA TOWER GOO IS NO GO?
"I've experience this issue with their formula first hand recently. The wax was way too dense. All you need to do is add propylene glycol. You can get it for about $25 a gallon at Tracor Supply…"
Feb 5
Benjamin Terracina posted a discussion

MAGMA TOWER GOO IS NO GO?

So my first goo kit I've ever bought arrived and I am trying to revamp an old 1960s 52 ounce globe. It is now sitting on it's second batch of goo and no flow. Just tiny little balls of wax floating around here and there from taking the globe off and twisting it back and forth on the counter to try and get the goo to move around the coil. It seems to be adhering to the coil in its molten state, but no movement. I have cleaned out everything really well and added distilled water both times, but…See More
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"Hey Claude, nice to see you on here. Thanks for all the great stuff you sold me on eBay."
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"Welcome to OG"
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Something Interesting About Me:
I love lava lamps, vintage road bikes, running, bushcraft, and the outdoors.
Where I Live:
Conroe, TX
My First Lava Lamp was:
8403 Model Midnight Edition
My Collection Includes this many Lava Lamps:
35
My Favorite Lava Lamp is:
My Yellow Aristocrat - Nicknamed "Bumblebee"
Relationship Status:
Married
One of My Favorite Websites:
http://amazon.com

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At 11:04am on January 20, 2021, Claude J said…

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