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 Are lava lamps a fire hazard?

Answer On One Hand: They Can Be a Fire HazardAccording to Planet Lava, lava lamps become very hot during operation. You shouldn't touch them or leave them on a flammable surface because of the fire risk. ... Read More »
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Where do lava lamps come from?

England is where they were first patented.Yes but they were also first used in America
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Do You like lava lamps?

lava lamps are so cool now you know why they were so popular in the 60's....i could stare at it for a long time.
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How hot are lava lamps?

Different light bulbs are utilized in different lava lamps, according to size; 8-oz. lava lamps use 15-watt bulbs, while 2-oz. lamps use 100-watt bulbs. Although the 100-watt bulbs get hotter than ... Read More »
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When were the Lava Lamps invented?

Edward Craven Walker received a patent for the Lava Lamp in England on March 18, 1964, however, they were officially launched in 1963. Walker spent the previous 15 years perfecting his invention so... Read More »
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