Hey, fellow craft enthusiasts! 🎨 If you're diving into the fascinating world of handmade table lamps, then you've come to the right place! We know you've got questions about working with our table lamp molds and guess what? We've got answers! Sit tight and read on, because your journey to being a table lamp artisan starts right here!

Q1: How to Splice the Two Parts of the Mold? 🤔
Ah, the art of perfect splicing! Our molds come in two parts that can be seamlessly connected, all thanks to our carefully designed positioning buttons. So, here's how it works: align the two halves using the positioning buttons as your guide. Press down gently but firmly until you feel the halves "click" into place. It's like a satisfying high-five between the two parts of the mold! This ensures a tight fit, which is absolutely crucial for the final shape and quality of your handmade lamp. Splicing made easy, right?

Q2: Why Can't the Lampshade be Screwed On? 🛠
Ooh, we've all been there! You're on the final stretch, and suddenly, the lampshade seems to have a mind of its own! Before you get frustrated, let's talk about a tiny but mighty component: the washer and nut. Now, you’ll need to put on your DIY hat and grab a pair of pliers. Make sure to tighten the washer and nut firmly against the lampshade. If they're loose, your lampshade won't attach securely during the screwing process. Remember, it's the little details that make a big difference. No one wants a wobbly lampshade!

Q3: If the Light Doesn't Come On, What Should You Check? 💡
Oh no, a lamp that doesn’t light up is like a song with no melody! First off, before you even connect any wires, make sure your product is bone dry. Moisture is like kryptonite for electrical components; it could trigger short circuits! Next, get into detective mode:

Check the Bulb: Sometimes, the simplest explanation is the right one. Is your bulb in working condition?

Secure Those Wire Connections: Double-check if the wires are properly connected and secured. A loose wire can break the circuit, which means no light for you.

Verify Power Activation: Ensure your power source is activated. Yes, sometimes the wall switch is the culprit!

Q4: What Type of Bulb Can We Replace? 🌈
Glow up, my friends! Our molds are compatible with G9 bulbs, giving you oodles of room for creativity. Whether you're a fan of warm, cozy tones or prefer a cool, crisp glow, G9 bulbs come in a range of color temperatures and brightness levels. Feel free to experiment and bring your own personal flair to your handcrafted lamp. It's all about making a statement!

Do you have more burning questions about molds or lamp crafting in general? Shoot us a message; we're all ears! Crafting is a journey, and we're thrilled to be your guide along the way. Let's keep that creativity flowing and light up your world, one custom lamp at a time. Happy crafting! 🌟


September 01, 2023 — Elva Sunner


Tracy Watling said:

Hi I am in the uk. If I buy the lamp mould and accessories do I have to get the lamp tested by anyone before it can be sold?

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