Glow-in-the-dark and UV Glow Body Paint
GID Green should be used for its glow-in-the-dark effect only. It is almost transparent on skin, glows a little under UV light but glows bright green in the dark after charging by light. GID Green has the brightest glow-in-the-dark of all the GID Body Paint products.
The Body Paints named "UV & GID" are neon colors in normal light and give both glow under UV light and glow-in-the-dark effects. The first color in the name is the bright neon color while the second color in the name is the glow-in-the-dark color. They glow vividly when under UV light and glow-in-the-dark after charging by light.
These paints should be used at glow-in-the-dark events that have limited UV lighting. Although all these paints can be charged in normal light it is best to have at least one UV light where they can be charged very fast (in just a few seconds) and where the bright UV glow can be seen. After an hour or two any person with the glowing paint can return to the UV light area for a few seconds to re-charge the paints and make them glow brightly again. They are also great for stage performances where it is not possible to have the entire stage under UV light. For this, the stage must be dark and participants should charge the paint under UV light just before the performance. These paints are often used together with our UV paints to add an extra effect.
The neon colored paints (paints with "UV" in the name) can stain fabrics but very easily wash off skin and non-porous surfaces like glass, floor tiles and good quality wall paint. GID Green will not stain any surface.
- Do not ingest any of our products.
- The neon colored paints (paints with "UV" in the name) can stain fabrics and porous surfaces.
- Keep out of reach of children or people who may try to place our products in their mouths.
GID & UV Yellow/Green
GID & UV Orange/Yellow
GID & UV Pink/Orange