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General Discussion / outdoor paint
« Last post by itzikz on November 25, 2010, 06:40:27 AM »
I am working on a box that has plastic(nylon) knobs.
The knobs should be visible in dark for a few hours.
The box and the knobs must resist harsh outdoor environmental condisions,
including all kind off solvents.
My idea is to use Glow in the Dark paint to mark the knobs and coat them with
epoxy glue.Can it work?

Please advise.
General Discussion / Re: Welcome to The New Glow Forum!
« Last post by GlowMaster on November 04, 2010, 04:26:23 AM »
You could try using glow in the dark stickers for this.

Glow stickers can be easily cut into any shape and size and pasted on most surfaces.
General Discussion / Re: Welcome to The New Glow Forum!
« Last post by jcrpazmino on October 11, 2010, 09:35:57 AM »

Maybe I am not expert in computers but I have been over 30 minutes just triung to see how i can send a message to you peop0le.
Hope i get an answer to my mail

I am looking for a company that producesletters and signs that can glow in the partially dark enviroment

I am a Light Tape Dealer in Ecuador

I have just installed in a 12 story high building they want nmow to put something really classy, that pullas atention
not regular led or neon sign  to place the following words in each floor and that will pull atention oat nights and be seen at day

and possiblyt more words that will have to sticked, placed to the cement and glass surface

If its possible with your product and you can give an idea of prices we will be interested and also plan in distributing your products in Ecuador

Rafael Pazmino
Ulloan n3515 y Republica
Quito Ecuador
Phone 5939 9893598
Glow in the Dark Products / Glow in the Dark Stone Pebbles
« Last post by GlowMaster on June 30, 2010, 06:57:27 PM »
Glow in the dark pebbles are made from plastic; but with the look and feel of stone.

Great for marking footpaths, pathways, lining ponds, aquariums and many other decorative purposes in the home and garden.

General Discussion / Re: I was wondering about an outdoor sign...
« Last post by GlowMaster on June 01, 2010, 06:57:54 AM »
Our two-side glow boards are one piece with both sides coated with glow material. They are not transparent. so the idea of a light behind wont work.

What you require is possible but it has to be specially fabricated. Contact us for a quote.
General Discussion / Re: Clear Medium for Mixing Glow Powder
« Last post by GlowMaster on June 01, 2010, 06:51:34 AM »
How long you need to store it for? We have clear mediums which work well for up to 6 months. Cost is US$45 per kg. Minimum order is 100 kgs. Let me know if you are interested.

General Discussion / I was wondering about an outdoor sign...
« Last post by cactus on May 25, 2010, 12:07:55 PM »
How would it work (if anyone knows) to use the Super High glo-board to make an outdoor sign? I'm looking at how it would work for a sign that's 2 sided so both lanes of cars could see it from the direction they come. There would be 2 signs, both the same, back to back with a space between them for a light to re-stimulate the glo-board at intervals throughout the night. Does that sound like it would work? The lighting from the backside? And what about the silk-screening on it? Would it last through years of weather or would the glo-board need to be protected with a layer of glass? Has anyone tried this before?

Also, can the glo-board be easily cut? Is there an obvious seam when to edges are put together?

General Discussion / Clear Medium for Mixing Glow Powder
« Last post by 2mymall on May 20, 2010, 02:06:50 AM »
I am looking for a clear medium to mix the glow power with. I need both water based and solvent based ones. I tried mixing with a range of mediums but always end up with the glow powder sinking to the bottom after a few hours.
General Discussion / Re: Caring for glow material
« Last post by GlowMaster on May 06, 2010, 09:09:15 AM »
Glow in the dark effects do not fade off over time. You can charge and discharge thousands of times and the effects would still be the same. The only time it fades off is when wear and tear occurs and the glow material drops off. 
General Discussion / Re: glow in the dark product for card making.
« Last post by GlowMaster on May 06, 2010, 09:04:06 AM »
You could try using glow powder SLG-4 for this. It should be mixed with clear mediums.

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