Glow-in-the-dark Paint: UV & GID Yellow/Green

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  • Glow-in-the-dark Paint that is Neon Yellow in normal light and Glows Green in the dark thus providing two safety features.
  • Charges in light then glows in the dark for 12 hours.
  • No limit to the number of times the paint can be recharged.
  • For interior applications only.
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Glow-in-the-dark Paint that is Neon Yellow, Glows vividly Yellow under UV light and glows green in the dark.

For Interior applications only as the bright neon yellow color will fade in sunlight. 

This is a bright neon colored paint that will glow green in the dark. Unlike GID Green this product also offers safety features in normal and dim light due to its bright color. Painting with it can thus achieve safety in dim light (neon color) and safety in pitch darkness (glow-in-the-dark).

The glow-in-the-dark effect is, however, not as bright as GID Green so for the best glow-in-the-dark effect select GID Green and not this product. 

The paint is highly durable but the bright neon color will fade in sunlight and it is therefore recommended for interior use only. 

An added feature is that this paint will glow vivid yellow under UV light. This sometimes makes it the product of choice in night clubs and theaters - Vivid yellow when UV light is on and green glow when UV light is off. 

As with all Glow-in-the-dark paints this paint must be painted onto a white background so paint with a white Acrylic / PVA paint first.

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1 Litre
5 Litre
20 Litre
Spread Rate:
This is a thick (high viscosity) paint and works best if two thick coats are applied.
1 Litre paints approximately 4m2 per coat (about half the spread rate of normal wall paint).
For Interior applications only (neon yellow color will fade in sunlight).
Usually applied with brush or roller but airless spray can also be used. We have seen excellent, very uniform, results when sprayed with airless spray.
As the paint is thick it is quite likely that brush or roller marks will remain. These are, however, not visible when the paint is glowing. Some dilution with water prior to use will reduce the brush and roller marks but after dilution the active particles will tend to settle so regular stirring may be required. You will get a better result thinning the paints with our Flow Control. This can be found under product category "Marbling and Pouring Art Acrylics".
Preparation and Priming:
Prepare and Prime surfaces as for normal acrylic paint. If in doubt contact us or see Preparation and Priming on the Technical Page of this website.       
In addition to normal priming remember that these paints should be painted onto a white coloured surface to get the best glow. If priming is required and the primer is not White then paint over it with a normal (high quality) white wall paint first.

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