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Frequently Asked Questions.

Q: Can I paint glow in the dark on to a black background?

A: You can. But the glow will be much weaker that on a light or white background. It is far better to paint on to a white background to get the brightest glow as this will reflect back off the white. The best way is to paint a white template first and then over paint with the glow in the dark paint. For example if you want a space ship. Paint that in white first. Let it dry. Then over paint the spaceship design with the glow paint.

Q: Can I paint my car with glow in the dark?

A: This is not recommended. The paint will glow at it's brightest once well charged for up to 20 minutes depending on the colour. But after that it will settle to a duller glow that can only really be seen in total darkness. Therefore you could see the glow in your garage with all the lights off. But on the street with street lighting and moon light you would probably not be able to tell it was glowing (even though it is).

Q: Other sellers claim their paints glow for 8 hours, 10 hours, 15 hours. Why do you not say how long your paint glows for?

A: To be honest probably all suppliers paints glow for 15 hours plus. However over time this gets weaker and towards the 8+ time whilst it is still glowing you would probably not see it with the human eye. After the initial high glow period (which depends on the colour) most will settle to a duller glow that can be seen for many hours but in total darkness. I do not want to make claims that mislead my customers in to thinking they glow at the full brightness for a stated number of hours, as many conditions (including charge method, charge time and amount of ambient light) effect this period.

Q: Can I paint my body, skin, hair, face, nails with the paint?

A: Not with the paints that do not specifically state they are intended for such use. All other paints are permanent and should NOT be used on body areas as you will find it very difficult to remove and could cause injury to the person.

Q: Can I use the paint in an airbrush?

A: The paints are not specifically designed for this use. You may be able to use some to do this. You will however have to experiment to see if it will work with your equipment and we give no guarantee that it will. You do so entirely at your own risk.

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