Neutral White Glow Powder

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  • Regular price $ 17.95


This glow in the dark powder is white during the day and glows a pure white in the dark.

White is a special color for glow in the dark as it doesn't exist naturally and has to be made by fusing aqua and red glow colors together at extremely high temperatures and pressures. Due to these extra steps, white is more expensive than more traditional glow in the dark colors but it is worth the expense when painting something like a white moon against a field of aqua stars.

All of the glow powders sold by Art 'N Glow are encapsulated which means that they can be used in both solvent and water based mediums. Some of our competitors sell non encapsulated powders that will deteriorate in water based mediums (such as acrylic paint medium).

Specifications:

  • Glow Time: 6 hours
  • Size: 30-45 um (micron)
  • Material: Strontium Aluminate based
  • Uses: Resin/rubber/plastic casting, glow paint pigment, molten glass, etc.
  • 1 ounce = 30 grams
  • Best charged in the sun or with an ultraviolet/black light

Customer Reviews

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J
J.B.
Artnglow resin is amazing!!

I love using art and glow resin and powders!!!

K
K.P.
Fascinating GLOW

I absolutely LOVE this product!!! I used it in my resin and it barely showed up as a powder but the glow was amazing! I used it in several projects and I love every one of them. The glow is bright and lasts for quite a while. I'm definitely going to buy more as soon as I can afford it. Not saying this is expensive, I'm just broke LOL

J
J.D.L.
Great stuff

Super happy with my purchase

T
T.S.
Excellent Product and Customer Service

Had a few questions about a large order. Sent Art n Glow an email and got a fast and helpful response. We've been using their products for years and they're always of the highest quality - that's why we keep coming back.

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B.
Amazing glow, and super heat resistant

Hi there, took me some time to write my review, as this form doesnt work properly on a mobile. Nevermind.
I chose the neutral glow powder ( in green, aqua, and white)as I wanted to create glass beads with it. It took me some experimenting how to apply the powder, and in which glass best to use it, but as you can see on the pictures, it works wonderfully. The massive blue beads are made from lightly blue-tinted glass into which I kneaded the powder. The effect is wonderful, and the powder can stand even direct flame of 1200°C. I'm super happy - even if it does not come in red.