OneShot Vintage Lava Lamp Repair Concentrate Drop-In Fluid Fix Your Broken Lamp For Sale

OneShot Vintage Lava Lamp Repair Concentrate Drop-In Fluid Fix Your Broken Lamp
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OneShot Vintage Lava Lamp Repair Concentrate Drop-In Fluid Fix Your Broken Lamp:
$59.99

Fix Your Cloudy Lava Lamp in OneShot™

Turn a gallon of distilled water into crystal clear lamp fluid in minutes. Repair your vintage or modern Lava Lamp and enjoy the flow the way it was meant to be viewed! I spent years concocting this perfectly balanced repair formula, and above all, I'm wildly excited to share with you a stable and consistent product that works every time!

There arenewvariants of master fluid to choose from, sochoosecarefully!

OneShot™Modernis compatible with all chinese-mademotion lamps including: LAVA Lamps made between 2014-2022, Lipan, and even some Lava Lab Creations kits.

OneShot™Modern Grandeis compatible with Grande lamps made after 2013, including the Heritage Grandes.

OneShot™Midyearisaformula intended to repair LAVA Lamps made between early 2002-2013. These lamps appear to have a different formula that has a few variations within it. For that reason, each Midyear Bottle comes with a bottle ofOneShotUpin order to compensate for the differences between batches.

OneShot™Vintagewill work for Lava Lite / Haggerty Enterprises lamps made from 1970 through late 2001. The new kits includeOneShot UPso that users can conquer even the oldest, heaviest lamps.

OneShot™Magma Toweris compatible with all wax made by the legends at Magma Tower.

OneShot™Giantrequires a phone consultation to ensure your lamp is dated and ready for restoration. It is a special formula for a very special lamp!

Repair your cloudy lamp with no tinkering or guesswork involved. Simply replace the old fluid with your freshly mixed restoration fluid, flip the switch, and enjoy!How to Prepare a Gallon of OneShot Modern
  1. Pour out 1/4 cup of water out from a gallon ofdistilled water(not included)
  2. Pour the entire bottle of OneShot™ Moderninto the gallon of water.
  3. Mixwellwith a clean stirrer for 5 minutes to blend OneShot™ into the gallon. It's imperative to mix the contents of the bottle into the gallon fully.
  4. You now have a full gallon of master fluid to use! Stick the included "Do Not Drink" sticker on the gallon to prevent accidental consumption.
  5. Fixsome lamps!
How to Prepare a Gallon of OneShot Vintage
  1. Pour out 4 cups of water out from a gallon ofdistilled water(not included)
  2. Pour the entire bottle of OneShot™ Vintage into the gallon of water.
  3. Mixwellwith a clean stirrer for 5 minutes to blend OneShot™ into the gallon. It's imperative to mix the contents of the bottle into the gallon fully.
  4. You now have a full gallon of vintage master fluid to use! Stick the included "Do Not Drink" sticker on the gallon to prevent accidental consumption.
  5. Fix some lamps!
How to Repair Your Grande Lamp:
  1. Mark the water level of your grande with amarker
  2. Pour out the cloudy liquid from your Grande.
  3. Rinse the walls and wax puck of the grande with a stream of water and pour out again.
  4. Fill Grande globe to the original water level marked earlier.
  5. Add entire bottle ofOneShot™ Grande to the globe.
  6. Mixwellwith a clean stirrer for a few minutes to blend OneShot™ Grande into the lamp. It's imperative to mix the contents of the bottle into the lamp fully before running it.
  7. Enjoy your lamp!

Advanced / Troubleshooting
  1. If your wax is not floating at all and instead pools at the bottom of the lamp, or if the wax is flowing but only in small balls, it's time to use the included bottle of "OneShot UP".
    1. Remove 15 ml of master fluid from the globe you are working on
    2. Add 15 ml of OneShot Up
    3. Turn the Lamp and let the wax heat up fully.
    4. If the wax is still pooled on the bottom, return to step 1a and repeat the process until desired flow is achieved.
      1. Note: I like to balance my lamps so that the wax ALMOST floats. It will appear as a long undulating column that doesn't quite make it to the top. That ismypreferred flow, but to each their own.
  2. If your wax is flowing too much or floating entirely, you can tame the flow by removing 30 ml of master fluid and replacing it with distilled water. This effectively makes the master fluid less dense, promoting the wax to stay sunken for longer.


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