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This is top of the line glow-in-the-dark, or phosphorescent, pigment Sand Particles , sold by a 10g one bag
Rechargeable for up to 10 years or more
With an extreme glowing effect this glow in the dark and fluorescent sand can be used in outdoors and indoors decorations also.
The chemical compound is non-toxic and non-radioactive.
After it is fully charged in the Sunshine for around 1-2 hours, enjoy the effect in the dark environment!
It is also used industrially for safety “EXIT” signs, as seen in many stores today.
The powders are made of various rare-earth doped compounds, such as strontium aluminate, calcium aluminate, and zinc sulfide, they are all guaranteed high-quality
Q:Is this powder re-chargeable?
A: yes, this powder is “charged” with any source of light (sunlight works great) and will glow for 2-24 hours afterwards, depending on the color and charge time. Once they stop glowing, they can always be re-charged, and do it all over again. These powders are rated not to get any dimmer or shorter-lasting for 15 years!
Q: Can I use this to make paint?
A: Yes, you can! Unfortunately it is a little difficult, because this powder is fairly heavy, like sand, so you will either need to stir the paint before every use, or use thickeners. I’ve had best luck with acrylic mediums, preferably as clear as possible, and best results when painted onto a white background.
Q: How fine is the sand?
A: It’s very fine, you can sprinkle them into craft projects for amazing star-like effects, and they glow longer and brighter!
Q:What color is the sand in the daylight?
A:See the fourth picture. Most are pale off-white, or pale versions of their glow color.
Q: Is the sand safe?
A: Yes, the chemical compound is completely non-toxic (and non-radioactive, unlike the 1930’s glow paints!), it’s about as dangerous as beach sand, meaning you should still avoid eating any (or giving it to any small hands that might eat it), but don’t worry if a little spills .
1 Bag x 10g of Super Bright Glow-in-the-Dark Sand Particles