Use our fluorescent blue glow paint for a bright blue under UV light and a pure blue glow in the dark color.
If you are looking for the brightest true blue glow and don't need your paint to fluoresce under blacklight, then we recommend using our daytime white, sky blue glow paint instead. These paints glow very close to the same color but the blue dye in the fluorescent blue paint slightly reduces the brightness of the glow compared to the neutral color.
The background for the glowing octopus pictured was created by applying both fluorescent blue and fluorescent green glow paint in a mottled effect over white. Scroll through the images for the daytime version of the painting.
Please see our blog post Uses And Limitations Of Fluorescent Glow Paints and Pigments for detailed application notes and tips.
- Glow Time: 6 hours
- Material: Strontium Aluminate, Fluorescent Pigment, 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
This was used on wood to paint in the scales of a mermaids tail, worked out perfectly.
i used it to repaint my marvel legends mysterio, and while it doesnt work super well for small details since the pigments are so big and it gummed up my brushes pretty bad, the effect is super cool!
I am using this to paint a Thor Funko Pop! to give it that extra effct. Specifically for a Blue Lightning Glow effect. This is the first coat. It's a very thin paint but it has a very very strong glow to it! I can't wait to see it when it's complete...
totally awesome. that is all.
I used this for a lighting effect on my costume and it looks great! Thank you!