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Glow In The Dark Spray Paint

Set your home aglow with this fantastic Glow in the Dark Spray Paint, spray this amazing glow paint onto toys, light switches, walls, ceilings and so much more! Read more...


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4 out of 5 stars



Description

Glow in the Dark Paint is a special glow paint which can be used on plastic, wood and metal and will glow for up to four to five hours after exposure to light. This fantastic glow spray paint can be used to illuminate toys, walls, lampshades, toy boxes, light switches, doors and so much more, the uses are endless.

Why not add some glow in the dark house numbers to your home, boat or caravan - this hard-wearing spray paint is ideal for outdoor applications and is weather proof once dry. We've even seen glow in the dark fret markers and fretwork on a guitar!

  • A huge 400ml can of glow in the dark spray paint
  • A spray paint which can be used on wood, plastic and metal.
  • Ideal for decorating a childs room.
  • Create glow in the dark letters and images on walls and ceilings using stencils or freehand.
  • Glow in the Dark Spray Paint can cover up to 0.5m² area.
  • Touch dry in 5 minutes, thoroughly dry in 20 minutes.
  • Paint shows as off-white in daylight and bright green in the dark.
  • Size: 20cm Height, 6.5cm Diameter

Glow In The Dark Spray Paint Reviews

4 out of 5 stars

Like it

Reviewed 3 April 2013 by Jacek zarzycki

Lot of fun and pretty amazing

5 out of 5 stars

Superbright idea

Reviewed 19 October 2011 by Tyrone

I can only give a glowing review for the luminous spray paint I purchased. Exactly what I was after and brilliant service and delivery. Thank you

3 out of 5 stars

Glow in the Dark spray paint

Reviewed 20 June 2011 by Brett McGiffen

Slightly dissapointed with the overall effect. The paint is easy to use but, difficult to judge the how even a coating you are applying. And with an uneven coating you have varying effectiveness of the glow. I found that the glow did not last half an hour nor was it very visible at any distance, you had to be close to see the glow.
Now a solution to some of these problems that I found was to buy a blacklite/(UV) lamp and apply the paint whilst in a semi dark place, this way you will get a better view of the coating. I used the portable blacklite to charge the "glow paint" which is then surprisingly bright.
This is a good product once you figure out the best way to get the most from the it. I have already and will be recommendeding this product.




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