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blacklight, glow in the dark, glow knowledge, outdoor glow material -

Can I use the sun to charge my outdoor glow painting, sculpture, resin casting etc.? The easy answer to this question is that yes the sun will absolutely charge any glow in the dark material very well. That being said, there is more to consider when planning to use phosphorescent materials outdoors. First, while the sun will charge your paint or powder to its full potential, it doesn’t instantly go from bright and sunny to pitch black outside. What happens instead is that the sun gradually sets and it doesn’t get really dark until pretty late in the evening. This...

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This is a question we hear pretty often and the answer is almost anything. Since all of our powders are coated (which makes them waterproof), you can mix them with almost any transparent medium. Some of the most commonly used mediums are acrylic, solvent, and oil based paints, resins and epoxies, rubber, glass (our neutral powders are unharmed by the extreme heat of molten glass), clay, ceramic glaze, nail polish, candle wax/gel, and more! Our powders are strontium aluminate based which is the latest technology and offers the longest and brightest glow available. Colors like Aqua, Blue, and Green are...

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blacklight, glow in the dark, glow knowledge, glow paint, how to, tips -

Thanks for checking out our top tips on how to paint with glow! Glow in the dark paint is extremely rewarding to work with but requires some special considerations to get the best results. We've compiled this list from our firsthand experience and feedback from our customers in hopes of saving you time, frustration, and even some money. We've got lots to cover so let's get started! Most of our paints go on nearly invisible for the first few coats. The neutral (daytime white) glow paints will go on invisible for the first two or three coats and the fluorescent colors...

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You may have noticed that certain colors of glow paint or powder are only available as fluorescent colors. The reason for this is that the rare earth materials used to create glow pigment can only produce various shades of yellow, green, and blue in their natural form. There are ways to create certain specialty colors such as white, red, and orange without the use of dyes, but they are very expensive to produce and often do not glow as brightly or for as long as the naturally occurring colors. To get around these limitations and offer more glow colors to...

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