Highlight your art and create stunning glow effects with Glow in the Dark Paint. Acrylic Glow Paint appears off white in the light and glows brightly in fabulous colour in the dark to reveal stunning patterns and funky artwork. Read more...
Achieve fantastic glow in the dark effects and paint whole pictures and murals or simply highlight your artwork with Glow Paint. These 30ml tubs of acrylic paint appear off white in the light and glow in the dark to reveal their fabulous colour. Glow Paints are available in green, aqua, yellow, orange, blue, white and red and so there's plenty of colourful scope to produce fabulous glowing works of art. Apply to plastic, metal, wood, glass, walls, ceilings and even outdoors for magical glow in the dark effects.
To achieve best effects, we recommend that you use the 30ml base paint or a white paint as an undercoat. This is because the white background supports the colour better for a brighter glow. Please note that to achieve the best effects, glow in the dark paint must be allowed to charge in the light and must be viewed in absolute darkness without the presence of ambient light (e.g street lighting, outdoor house lighting or even strong moonlight).
Please refer to Glow Paint instructions included for best effects
Reviewed 25 July 2017 by Helen37
Used on my daughters ceiling to do stars got loads left. Even though the tub is small but knew this when I bought it.
Reviewed 2 December 2016 by Michael
bought Green Glow in the Dark paint. Arrived very quickly, very pleased, not used it yet as i have more things to get for my little project, but as long as it glows how i think it will, it will be perfect and i will be ordering more, maybe in bigger quantities.
Reviewed 6 March 2016 by Ryan
I bought the base primer and the aqua blue paint, the primer spreads nicely, but the glow paint has a low viscosity, almost like water, it's hard to spread evenly but with practice you should be fine.
MOST IMPORTANTLY - once you have finished painting and it has dried, leave it out in the sun, the paint absorbs the UV radiation from sunlight and charges the paint to glow.
Reviewed 13 October 2015 by katherine
A shame it wasn't larger, however the paint itself was great fun to play with.
Reviewed 15 June 2015 by John Garrett
The green glow was not as I imagined, but is there to a small degree. An experiment of some success.