Neutral Red Glow Powder

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  • Regular price $ 24.95

This special color is white during the day and glows a bright, vibrant red in the dark after being charged. This color is so rare that most glow in the dark suppliers don't even offer it!

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).


  • Glow Time: 1 hour
  • Size: 20 um (micron)
  • Strontium Aluminate
  • Uses: Resin/rubber/plastic casting, glow paint pigment, etc.
  • 1 ounce = 30 grams
  • Best charged in the sun or with an ultraviolet/black light

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Awesome Red Glow!

I really love ALL the glow pigments from ArtNGlow!!
This particular one trips out my customers.. for they think that my art piece is white and will glow white however, it GLOWS RED! This is my 2nd purchase of this particular product and will buy more! ❤️
The Brighter The Light To Charge Piece;The Richer The Glow

Lady Red™
IG: @Itz_Lady_R3d & @LRV.Art

Glow Red

Great product, nice bright red glow. I can use with all my products cause it comes as a white powder.

Beautiful glow

This is probably the best red GITD powder I've found, I love how deep the red is. Picture is after using the included uv light keychain for 3 seconds before turning the lights off. Their aqua powder is next to it for comparison.

Good color, weak glow

The color is a good, deep red, which was a relief as other brands will appear more orange or pink.

However, the glow is quite weak. After charging in the sun for 20 minutes, the glow will diminish in seconds once no longer exposed to UV radiation. Charging via other light sources, like a grow light or flash light, does next to nothing.

Neutral Red is a specialty glow color, so it does require a stronger charge than most of the other colors we offer and it has a much shorter glow time of less than 1 hour total. This glow time includes both the initial, brightest glow and the 'afterglow' which is much dimmer and is best observed in total darkness with no light pollution. To fully charge this glow color, a UV light with a wavelength of 395+ nm would be best.


The glow is a great red