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Something Interesting About Me:
I was a science teacher 35 years ago. I have spent the last 30 years in printing, advertising and direct marketing. I am interested in nearly all aspects of science.
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My First Lava Lamp was:
I just bought my first one a week ago,
My Collection Includes this many Lava Lamps:
1, which I took apart to study, I put it back together be it is a goner, LOL
My Favorite Lava Lamp is:
The one I plan to try to make. I have done some study into the subject and stumbled upon OOZING GOO

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At 3:30pm on November 21, 2011, Modulo '70 said…

That'll be cool but tricky I guess. Some people use goo kits here. There's a guy that sells them i think. Maybe do a search in the discussions forum area under 'goo kits'.

At 11:36am on November 21, 2011, Modulo '70 said…

Hi Terry


Thank yo so much for the friend add.


I'm strickly a collector and i'm afraid to say, not technically gifted enough to be able to create my own lamps or formulae. I wish I were though. There are some very gifted folk here when it comes to unique designs and custon lamps.

At 7:25pm on November 17, 2011, Modulo '70 said…

Glad you happened upon Oozing Goo, the place for all things Retro and lavaesc!

At 12:13pm on November 16, 2011, Tim Gill said…

Thanks for agnolaging my collection - its something but not as much as others on hear.

The other way of finding out how to make a basic lava lamp is to search youtube - there are video's on there about how to make a lava lamp using the retro basic formula.

My story is that I was at unie / collage where i studied technical entertainment lighting and also worked in the entertainment industry (1 year ago) as a technician. However I had to leave due to mental health issues and i am still trying to recover from them and cope with my dysablities etc.

Ozinggoo now has a lot of info for collectors (especially the lava library) but the info from the old forum still remains and there is the section on formulas etc. - Some people on hear know more about making lamps from scratch then others. Most of the enthusiasts on hear use goo kits instead of making it from scratch as its easier and gives a standard result.

At 1:50pm on November 15, 2011, Tim Gill said…

Thanks terry - the 2 painted 16oz'ers are a goo kit job and so is the white Jet (the tall test tube style lamp), I have got a fue of my lamps flowing with the epson salt mix.

There are more lamps to goo kit........



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