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Rust-Oleum 214945 Specialty Night Glow In The Dark - Radium Luminous Paint (Green - 207 ml)
|Price:||810.00 FREE Delivery.|
|Inclusive of all taxes|
- Radium Paint That Can Be Used On Wood, Metal, Masonry And More.
- Glow In The Dark Paint Is Great For Kids Room, School Projects, Holiday Decor Etc.
- Best To Use On Light Switches, Toy Chests, Closets, And Other Surfaces.
- Excellent Durability
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Rust-Oleum Specialty Glow In The Dark glows for up to 2 hours. Apply to wood, metal, plaster, masonry or unglazed ceramic. Washes with soap and water. Great for kids rooms, school projects and holiday decor. For more information, visit the website of Truworth Homes (Official Indian Partner of Rust-Oleum).
Safety Information:Please read all the instructions carefully before application.
Legal Disclaimer:1.) Please follow all the instructions carefully while application for best results. 2.) Shipping will be done through SURFACE mode of transport as the product is liquid paint which cannot be send by air shipment.
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If you saw something on Pinterest or Facebook that showed DIY glowing planters, you were deceived. Those were LEDs, not glow-in-the-dark paint. I uploaded photos so you can see side-by-side photos of light/dark.
THOSE are actually illuminated planters, and NOT painted with glow-in-the-dark paint.
All those Facebook DIYs, recipes, funny pictures are LIKE-FARMING scam pages -- and they are stealing legitimate images then making up a BS story.
And friend bought a small can of this paint to use on decorations for a school dance. Since it was a small can, I shaked it to mix it. I tested it out and it did not glow. I thought what a waste of money. I decided to look on amazon to read reviews. Clearly most people were unhappy.
I decided to use the paint anyways since it reacted to a black light. My brush stuck to the bottom of the can. I poked at it with a stick and discovered all the glowing powered part of the paint had settled and globed to the bottom of the can. It was more of a yellow substance. I took my stick and stirred it really well. It worked great! It does have a light yellow tint to the paint, but it's very transparent. I painted a couple thick coats on my project. I was surprised to how much it glowed compared to before properly mixing it.
I did not get this from amazon, but I felt the need to share this info.