Introduction: Mason Jar Lava Lamp
One week ago my Lava Lamp broke, It fell off the table and onto the floor shattering into a million pieces. I was very disappointed! I loved watching the colored lava flow up and down the glass tube. While I was cleaning the mess I thought there must be some way to fix it. I had the broken lamp in a drawer for these couple days then I came across this contest and I thought that maybe I could use the mason jar as a substitute for the shatterd cylinder.
Step 1: Materials
These are the things you will need to make this groovy Lava Lamp.
1: Mason Jar
3: The bottom half of a Lava Lamp
4: The wax and coil
5: tape or a hot glue gun
Step 2: Lava
Open your jar and place the Wax at the bottom of the jar as seen in the picture above.
Step 3: Water
Fill the jar with water any type will due, I used tap water.
Step 4: Fastening
Place your jar onto of the bottom half of the lamp. In some cases you might need to use hot glue or tape to make sure your jar doesn't go anywhere. I didn't need any extra support because my jar fit perfectly.
Step 5: Enjoy
Now here is the finished product just plug it in and watch the lava flow back and forth. I was very happy with the results and i think you will be too thank you for reading.
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Adding hot glue or tape to hold the jar could be a bad idea, as the high heat would melt it. Something like JB Weld or high heat silicone would be a better choice.