This amazing glow paint is white during the day and luminesces pure white at night. The first few coats go on completely invisible when viewed under normal light.
This paint is made from a combination of aqua and red glow powders that are fused together under extremely high temperature and pressure to produce true white. These additional steps are what makes white a truly special glow in the dark color and also why the powder costs about 3 times as much as regular glow powder!
The moon, bubbles, and eyes of the Octopus were done in white in the attached images.
Pro Tip: In pictures of space, use aqua paint for stars and white for the moon. White is also great for adding dimension with highlights.
- Glow Time: 6 hours
- Material: Strontium Aluminate, Acrylic Paint
- Uses: Canvas, fabric, glass, wood painting. Star ceilings and wall murals.
- 1 ounce = 1 fluid ounce = 30 ml
- Best charged in the sun or with an ultraviolet/black light
I appreciate that this glows whiter than anything else I've seen. I mixed it to make a grey in normal light and I'm very happy with the results.
As with any of the paints this company puts out, I was not disappointed.
I am revamping an old rusted candle holder, that I picked up at a yard sale, for a personal project. Being that I love glow in the dark stuff, I decided that I would paint some of the parts in the new paint I had ordered. This is still a work in process, so the two spiderweb pictures below, are the results after one coat of paint. I have included the original piece, that shows you that the spiderwebs are painted first in a white enamel paint.
The last picture I include is a comparison with the neutral aqua paint. As you see it is just as intense of a glow.
This will be on my reorder list soon!
These paints work great! Just charge them properly and you have a one of a kind glow painting. Daytime white was vivid and perfect for stars on my painting.
Daytime White, White Glow Paint