Aqua and green are two of the most popular glow in the dark paint colors due to their beautiful color and the fact that they are the two brightest, longest lasting glow colors. Both of these neutral colors dry clear for at least the first few coats. The cocktail glass pictured used two coats of each color over solid white.
Aqua is a very versatile color for any painting as it can be used for water, a daytime sky (when when brushed on consistently), or for stars in a night sky or space mural.
Pro Tip: To create amazing star fields in just minutes, use a splatter brush (or an extra toothbrush) and some toothpicks to apply aqua paint to an otherwise unpainted (with glow paint that is) canvas, ceiling, or wall.
- Glow Time: 10 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
Honestly I have nothing negative to say, working with it is so easy and I thought I was going to need 2 or 3 layers of phosphorescentes green paint to see it glow clearly in the dark but just one was enough! Everything the website says seems accurate for exemple green charges way faster than any other color and glows super well in the dark, and blue charges a little more slowly but if well charged it glows really well.
Paints are very bright. I used 2 to 3 coats of the different colors.
I layered the paint onto a resin piece and even though the resin was dark in color the paint shown through beautifully.
HOW DO THE WIZARDS OF ARTnGLOW DO THE MAGIC THEY DO?! This colour is like the deepest oceans, the shimmering stuff of dreams!
I WIL BUY IT AGAIN GLADLY!