What surfaces can I paint on?
Our versatile glow paints can be used on most any surface including drywall, wood, metals, and much more. They work amazing on fabrics, are flexible with material and will not wash out.
What can I do with the paints?
Let your imagination go wild! You can do practically anything with our glow in the dark paints. Try making a glow mural, glow car, glow in the dark tackle, glow models, or even touch up the hands of a watch or clock Check out some Projects created by some of our customers with our pigments.
Can I find this paint at my local Craft Store?
No. Our glow paints use the next generation glow technology that glows up to 10 times longer than the older type. Most glow paints being sold use the lesser expensive zinc powders.
How do I charge the paint?
Glow paint responds best to light sources rich in UV rays such as sunlight, black lamps and halogen lamps. Tungsten lamps (typical household bulbs) take longer to recharge the pigment because their UV output is low. Fluorescent lamps, which are rich in UV, provide faster excitation when Glow-Powder is placed near them.
Sun light - 5 minutes / UV light (Black light) - 5 to 10 minutes / Normal light - 20 to 30 minutes.
Sunlight is the best source for charging the products, but practically any light source will do. Black light is a good provider of UV light (Glow-in-the-dark Bowling with black lights would be excellent).
What color are powders in daylight?
We have day invisible paints: green, aqua, blue,white,violet and orange. All virtually invisible when used on white or light backgrounds. We also carry day neon paints: red,orange,pink,yellow,blue,purple,green and aqua. These all appear bright neon colors in daylight, as well as glow at night.
Avoid heat sparks and flames. Do not breath dust vapors or mist. Use in well ventilated area. Please read MSDS here.
Do the different colors glow different times?
Yes. Green glow paint is the brightest and aqua glows the longest. Blue is close behind, violet,red,orange,yellow andpink 2-4 hours. Day invisible paints will be brighter than day neons.
What is first aid treatment?
This product conforms to ASTM D 4236, and is non toxic & non-radioactive. As with any product use responsibly & under safe conditions. Avoid ingestion & excessive skin contact, & inhalation of mists, dusts or vapors.
How does your new technology compare to the old glow-in-the-dark stuff?
There are two basic glow-in-the-dark (GID) materials. The older style that has been around for many years is Zinc Sulphide with Copper as an activator (those stars for kids rooms) and THE NEXT GENERATION Strontium Aluminate that Glow Paint Pro Sells. The afterglow is about 10 times longer than conventional pigments and about 10 times brighter. The excitation wavelength is very broad 200-450nm. We only carry the new powder. FYI - the new powder is 10X more expensive!
Do you offer wholesale pricing?
Yes! Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How does your paint compare with other companies?
Unfortunately many companies are selling glow in the dark paint with low grade pigment, as the brightest pigments around. Here at Ready Set glo we back up our products with complete data & technical Specs on every product so you can make an informed decision. We also provide you with over 14,000 testimonials from past customers as well as offer our Product/Service/Price Guarantee. If this is your 1st or 100th time ordering on the internet, we want it to be a pleasurable experience!