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General Discussion / How to photograph Glow in the Dark products?
« Last post by 2mymall on September 05, 2017, 05:28:26 AM »
Used to have problems taking photos of glow products with my DSLR, because the shutter button will not work under low light. Switch to manual mode and the button will work.

But in manual mode, the images suck.
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This offer is open to anyone, who has made something which incorporates either Glow in the Dark or UV Reactive products.

If you are keen on displaying your products on the front page of this forum, in the "Glow / UV Product Showcase" Section, send the photos of your product to us. You need to take two photos. One under normal light and the other under UV or glowing in the dark. You also have the option of having a clickable link, directly to the product page.

This service is Free!! for our customers. There will be a monthly charge for non-customers.

PM me if interested.

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Glow in the Dark for Safety / Glow in the Dark Aluminum Staircase Nozing
« Last post by GlowMaster on September 02, 2017, 10:35:27 PM »
Glow in the Dark Staircase Nozing is made from Aluminum plates. It can be fixed on existing staircase steps by rivet, screw or heavy duty glue. Once fixed, it acts as an emergency light for the steps. No more tripping over the steps in the dark.

This product can be used indoors and out. No wiring or any power source needed. It just needs to be exposed to light in order to work. It absorbs surrounding light and stores it. In the event of a power failure, these strips release the stored light in the form of a glow. No maintenance needed. Lasts for years.

You can order this from our Glow Store.

 
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Ultra Violet (UV) Black Lights / Different types of UV Lights
« Last post by GlowMaster on September 02, 2017, 06:07:24 AM »
Mention UV lights and our senses are on alert. Is it radioactive!! :o
Our Sun is known to radiate UV light in all known wave lengths.

UV Lights are divided by their wavelength and are as follows:
  • Longwave - UVA (315 to 400 nm), also known as black light, which causes tanning
  • Mediumwave - UVB (280 to 315 nm), which causes damage in the form of sunburn
  • Shortwave - UVC (100 to 280 nm), which is filtered out by the atmosphere and never reaches us.


As can be seen from the list, Shortwave UV Rays known as UVC are the most dangerous while those operating under the Longwave (UVA) are safe. 

Our UV Light reactive products work on the longwave frequencies and only react to the UV Black Lights 8) which radiate such wavelengths.

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General Discussion / Re: really want a person's assist
« Last post by GlowMaster on September 02, 2017, 05:27:28 AM »
We can only provide assistance on Glow in the Dark and UV Light Reactive products.
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Glow in the Dark for Safety / Glow in the Dark Reflective Tape
« Last post by GlowMaster on September 01, 2017, 10:26:47 PM »
Glow in the Dark Reflective Tape, not only glows in the dark, but also reflects, when light is shone on it. Visible in total darkness because it glows. Also visible in a lighted environment because it reflects surrounding light.

Glow Reflective Tape can be sewn on jackets, safety vests and even cloth material. It can also be pasted on most other surfaces. You would need to apply glue for this purpose.

More Details on Glow in the Dark Reflective Tape
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General Discussion / really want a person's assist
« Last post by TrentyBuh on September 01, 2017, 05:54:48 AM »
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Dunno if it is secure to utilize it or no.
Are you able to give me any recommendations on this?
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We carry both Glow in the Dark and UV light Reactive Products. There is a huge difference between these products in terms of functionality and usage.

What is UV Light Sensitive / Reactive Products?

Ultra Violet (UV) Light Reactive products only work with UV Black Lights. Switch off the UV light source and they stop working.

What are the practical applications?
 
Security - Can be used for identification
Artistic - One painting under normal light. A different painting under UV light.
Entertainment - A fun party under UV lights

What are Glow in the Dark! Products?

Glow in the Dark products absorb surrounding light and store them just like photosynthesis. I am not a mad scientist but that is how it works.

What are the practical applications?

Safety - The most reliable Emergency Lighting. Requires no power supply of any sort. Only requires light to charge. Works without fail! when darkness falls suddenly like in an eclipse or power failure at night.

Artistic - One painting under normal light. A different painting in total darkness.

Entertainment - A fun party in total darkness.

Finally nothing beats a video demonstration

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Glow in the Dark or UV? / MOVED: Shoes
« Last post by GlowMaster on August 31, 2017, 08:13:26 AM »
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