Using our glow powder in resin or epoxy? 

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Quick Tip: Mix 1 part glow powder with 4 parts resin/epoxy by weight or volume.

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Quick Tip: You can make your own glow paint by mixing our glow powder with a clear paint medium. Some common mediums are acrylic, solvent, oil, and airbrush bases. Mix 1 part glow powder with 3 or 4 parts medium depending on desired glow. 

Please note that glow pigment may sink to the bottom of your medium depending on it's viscosity so please stir frequently and use all of the mixture in one sitting. Our pre made glow paints are specially designed to prevent the glow pigment from settling.

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All of our products are non-toxic, non-radioactive, and perfectly safe to use.

That said, please do not eat or breathe the glow powder/dust and avoid contact with eyes as irritation may occur. Wash hands after use.

If swallowed, do not induce vomiting. Contact a physician. If inhaled remove to fresh air. In case of eye contact, flush eyes with water for at least 15 minutes. 

Our products conform to ASTM-D-4236.

Age grade 8+ use under adult supervision only.

Click here to download our clear casting and coating epoxy resin MSDS.