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glow in the dark paint

Posted by Rustic_Hippie Missouri (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 9, 14 at 23:17

I have a clear glass goldfish bowl. If I painted it with the glow in the dark paint and then placed it upside down over a solar light from what I have read it should glow in the dark but do you think it would reflect the sun and catch the mulch on fire like they said clear glass would do?


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RE: glow in the dark paint

That's a great question and I'm afraid I don't know the answer, but I would think that the paint would keep that from happening. Isn't it opaque with the paint on it? Hopefully, some of our other junkers can answer too.


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RE: glow in the dark paint

Here is a thread from last year about glow paint.

Here is a link that might be useful: glowin the dark paint 2013


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RE: glow in the dark paint

Thank you all so much for your replies.


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RE: glow in the dark paint

They dont make this out of radioactive substances anymore do they? Will always remember the can of glow in the dark paint my dad kept in the garage and all the fun we kids had getting into it and painting stuff with it. Of course now I'm a ticking time bomb healthwise-LOL. Ah those were the days (50s-60s). Kids cant have any fun these days!


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RE: glow in the dark paint

Good question kashka_kat. I don't know the answer to that. Anyone else know?


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