Neutral Orange Glow Paint

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  • Regular price $ 9.95


Orange and red are two of the most special glow in the dark paint colors due to their rarity and much different color than the blue green spectrum you typically get from glow in the dark materials. Both of these neutral colors dry clear for at least the first few coats. Please note that neither color glows for very long.  Orange glows for about 10 to 15 minutes.

Specifications:

  • Glow Time: Less than an hour. Very high initial brightness and color that quickly fade after only a few minutes.
  • 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

Customer Reviews

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R.P.
Orange Glow

Really like working with the Orange Glow!

j
j.
Good stuff

Product arrived well in advance and anxious to try it out. Seems a black light works better than a day light bulb.

A
A.
Great Products!

Yes, and the paints are amazing! Your products are all great, and we will be ordering more in the future! Thank you again.

M
M.M.
Review request too early.

My cousin seems to be quite happy with them! She also seems quite excited to use them. Which she's not had time to do yet. But artnglow wanted a review so here it is lol.

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M.W.(.a.O.T.C.C.
Another fantastic paint!

This product is exactly as they described.

I found that the glow tends to work better with a heavier application of the paint, but does indeed fade fast. This is actually neat though, as you can create various levels of depth with the fade.

I tend to try the products out on a few various things before I write a review, as I want to be able to give the best possible review of the product so people know what they are getting. My opinion, in the end, is that I really liked it on smaller items. Painting various cameo's and such, when contrasted with a black background surrounding it, seemed to pop it out the best. The pictures below will show a "Junk" cameo that didn't come out of the mold right that I tested the product on. The part the glow was on had a white enamel background. (Sorry for the blur, but the camera had a hard time adjusting to the glow). the "dots" are a semi-clear background, no paint applied other than the glow. (The other product is the Red powder from this company with a clear gloss medium.

It tended to lose some of the "WOW" factor when applied to a larger piece, such as a canvas I applied it to. It makes a great layering color, but not as much of a great overall color. It is still very nice, please don't misunderstand, I just find it gets "lost".

This, along with every other product I have tried from this company, will be a staple in my paint collection.