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Extreme G12 Aqua Glow in the dark Paint

  • Clock face
Submitted by: Matt 
Materials Required:
clock
green or aqua glow paint
white paint 
Procedure:
It is easy to find a clock or watch with glowing hands, but most are made with zinc sulfides. They don't *last*. Using europium doped stronium aluminate (green or aqua on this site, especially), you can make a clock that is readable all night.

1. First, find a wind up or electric clock (or watch) with actual hands (won't work for LCD, and vacuum fluorescent display clocks don't need it). Remove any glass/plastic face (carefully).

2. If the hands are not white (most are black or metallic), paint the tips with an undercoating of white (but not the whole length, or you might not be able to read it in normal light!). Then paint on the white liberally with your glowing paint.

3. You should put a minimum of four markings on the face itself, to the clock body in the dark. I put round dots at 12, 3, 6 and 9 (round to distinguish them from the rectangle lines of the hands). You can of course paint 12 dots, a complete circle, draw out every number, or paint the whole face if you want. Using a different shade (aqua vs green, or vise versa) will work good too.

4. Put in a bedroom.

If the room is too dark to read the clock face normally, you should be able to see the glowing face and hands up to 8 hours after the lights have been turned off! Especially if you've been in the same room for a while and your night-vision is well adjusted.
  • Glowing LED Nightlight

Submitted by: Freddy Hertog  
Materials Required:
Led Night Light, glow paint and a brush 

Procedure:
A little LED nightlight: this nightlight works on standard 12 V DC transfo. The circuit board is coated with white epoxy wich is mixed with 20% green glow powder. When you turn it off, it glows and glows and glows.
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RRP:
$32.00
Your Price:
$22.99 (You save $9.01)
SKU:
GPM-A
Weight:
1.00 LBS
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Product Description

Glow Powders & Paints Initial brilliance - Extreme: Blue/Green (aqua)
Glow Powders & Paints After Glow - Up to 10 hours
Glow Powders & Paints Day Color-Almost clear with a tinge of pale yellow
Glow Powders & Paints Highest Commercial Grade Paint on Market-Guaranteed

 

Glow Powders & Paints
Typical Physical Properties
Day Appearance: Pale yellow (almost clear)
Composition: Alkaline Rare Earth Metal Silicate-Aluminate Oxide Europium Doped,
Odor: Slight typical paint
 
Glow Powders & Paints
Typical Luminescent Properties
 
Glow Color Blue/Green
Brightness Rating 9416 mcd/m2
Excitation UV,Whitelight (any Visible light)
Wavelength Wavelength 200-450nm
Peak Value 520 nm
Shelf life over 1 year
 
Glow Powders & Paints
Relative Brightness mcd/m2
0 minute 1 minute 10 Minutes
9416 1700 350

 


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  1. nice and bright color

    Posted by Kevin on 19th Nov 2012

    Works great for illuminating remote controls, switches and anything you can think of that makes life easier to navigate in the dark.
    I find it difficult to paint evenly with it...probably because of the texture. A few extra coats helps.


  2. Adequate but could be better

    Posted by John Cochran on 31st Oct 2012

    I ordered the Extreme G12 Aqua Glow in the Dark Paint. The paint had the consistency of face cream. If you're expecting Benjamin Moore or Sherwin-Williams then you are going to be disappointed. The consistency made it difficult to paint with. I took a small amount of the paint and tried to thin it with water but the paint doesn't mix easily with the water and the resulting solution does not glow well. The best results are with the original consistency. The painted item glowed well for roughly five minutes but then rapidly lost its glow. This is after "charging" the item all day with a bright lamp that was placed immediately over the item. I was disappointed in the glow time. The bottom line is that the paint works but not for the amount of time advertised and it is hard to paint with. Would I order it again? Maybe. But I would probably test another vendor first


  3. VERY GOOD

    Posted by the_house_of_henson on 24th Sep 2010

    This is a VERY GOOD item,and came in a much bigger tube than I thought 5 stars.


  4. GORGEOUS bright color!

    Posted by cherelle stanton on 24th Sep 2010

    GORGEOUS bright color! Can hardly wait to actually paint with it! A++++


  5. The Green and Aqua are Brightest!

    Posted by Cherelle Stanton on 19th Sep 2010

    Love Glow in the Dark!! The Green and Aqua are Brightest! Get Creative!


  6. Very pleased.

    Posted by rodrael on 6th Jul 2010

    We painted stars on our ceiling... they last all night long! Very pleased.


  7. Absolutley fantastic communication ....

    Posted by GLenys on 6th Jul 2010

    Absolutley fantastic communication wickedly fast worldwide delivery - impressive



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