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    Does anyone make glowing powder to glow in the dark. i would like to get some.

  • #2
    For use indoors or outdoors ? Have tried some for indoor use but it is not suitable for outdoor use since it is a epoxy powder.

    Originally it was used to paint fire markings at ships and hotels, they glowed strong and nice approx. 30 min after you shut down the lights.
    Did you know that it is possible to use every gram of powder if you recycle when coating, and vapors are almost none !
    In a wet paint approx. 80-90 % evaporates into the air. Causing stress on the enviroment !
    1 kg. of powder can cover approx. 10-12 m3
    1 litre. of wet paint covers approx. 2-3 m3


    • #3
      I would like to find some for outdoor use. to put on my bike. it's got flames all over it. and i would like to out line the flames with it.


      • #4
        Don't know of glowing powders off hand, but if you can't find any you can try

        They have pigment you add to your paint to make it glow, or at least they did have years ago (around 96). Maybe they have glowng powders too?
        I didn't really care for the website, so you might want to get the number and call them.

        If they don't have it, they might be able to make it. They were into customs (flakes, flames, scrolls, ect...) pretty big. And they knew their stuff well too! I think it was the owner I got alot of tips and tricks from at a seminar. Back then they had about everything there was, they probably still do. I just haven't been doing that type of work since then.



        • #5
          house of kolor carries an "iridesent" powder additive for paint. its not a powder for powder coating i dont think. actually who knows maybe you can add to baking powders. you might have just created a new trend.
          anyways go to they have every thing you would ever want. or try or

          they say the additive glows for approx. 45 min. and you can get different colors.