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  • Creates decorative glow in the dark effect on nearly any surface
  • Paint glows for 2 hours once charged on indoor/outdoor surfaces
  • Paint covers up to 14 sq. ft. per can
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Product Details

Rust-Oleum Specialty 7 oz. Glow in the Dark is a matte paint that brushes on to create a luminous effect in the dark up to two hours when fully charged by natural or artificial light. It can be applied to wood, metal, drywall, plastic, unglazed ceramic and more. It is perfect for kid's room decorations, holiday decor or school projects.
  • Use on interior surfaces only like wood, metal, drywall or plastic to create a glowing effect
  • Provides coverage up to 14 sq. ft. per container
  • Matte finish creates a glowing effect when applied over flat white or light colored surfaces
  • For indoor use only, creates a glow effect for up to two hours
  • Dries to the touch in 45 minutes and to handle in 2 hours
  • Unique formula requires daily charging with natural or artificial light
  • Latex, water-based formula with low odor
  • Amount of glow will vary based upon amount of light object receives during day and darkness of surrounding areas at night
  • Cleans up with soap and water
  • Works best over light white surfaces that are not glossy
  • For best results, lightly sand glossy surfaces prior to application and coat with a flat white primer like Painters Touch flat white primer
  • Stir thoroughly and apply 2 coats 45 minutes apart using a good quality synthetic brush or 1/4 in. to 3/8 in. nap roller to achieve the most glow
  • Excessive brushing will reduce film's thickness
  • For continued glow and effectiveness, charge item in light daily and recoat
  • Read all instructions prior to use
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  • California residents

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Questions & Answers

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Q:any other colors?
by|May 17, 2021
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A:  We appreciate your interest! At this time, Rust-Oleum Specialty Glow in the Dark Paint is only offered in green. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 3

by|May 17, 2021
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    Q:Is this paint high in acidity?
    by|Apr 3, 2021
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    A:  Happy to help! Rust-Oleum Specialty Glow in the Dark Paint is more on the basic side of the pH scale and is not high in acidity. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 3

    by|Apr 5, 2021
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      Q:I want to paint my kids room with some of this paint is it toxic if it chips?
      by|Nov 29, 2020
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      A:  Happy to help Tina. Rust-Oleum Specialty Glow In The Dark Paint is a water based coating. Our recommendation is to keep the room well ventilated for one week after painting. This allows for the most complete curing as well as maximum coating hardness. As with any coating product, care should be taken to ensure that accidental ingestion does not occur. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 6

      by|Nov 30, 2020
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        Q:Why does the primary description say "Paint glows for 2 hours once charged on indoor/outdoor surf...
        by|Nov 21, 2020
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        A:  Hi Johnny, thank you for bringing this to our attention. Our Rust-Oleum Specialty Glow in the Dark is suitable for interior and exterior use, though periodic reapplication may be needed for outdoor surfaces. We will have this information corrected right away. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 2

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          Customer Reviews

          2.4 out of 5
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          It works...kinda...but not worth the time.
          I bought this paint to try the glow in the dark flower pots that have been a trend on the internet. I painted my flower pots white first, and I used a nice paint brush as recommended. My first attempt, I applied a thin layer, waited 45 minutes and applied another - per instructions. Even with a nice paint brush, it was SUPER streaky and not enough to really glow. 4 more layers later, and I had a streaky, messy, kinda glows pot. For my second attempt, I decided to go with THICK layers to try and avoid the streaks. This required 2 hours of drying between layers, and it still looks awful. After sitting out in the sun all day, in order to see the glow, you have to take it inside into a dark room, and the glow lasts MAYBE 6 or 7 minutes. Not the 2 hours that it says on the can. This paint might be worth it if you're doing light switch covers in a child's room, but even then, it won't look amazing, and the glow lasts only a short amount of time. I recommend just buying a glow in the dark version of whatever it is you're trying to DIY. That's what I ended up doing in the end.
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          Response from Rust-OleumSupportMar 29, 2021
          Hi Kris, we hate to disappoint, however, the photo of the glowing pots that are prevalent on the internet are not painted with our Specialty Glow in the Dark Paint; they are either edited to appear to glow, or have internal, electric lighting. Our Glow in the Dark Paint may be used to paint a flower pot as you described, and painting several coats over a white surface will provide the best results. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 2 Rustoleum
            This paint is AWESOME!!!
            I love this paint! Not sure why all the negative reviews, it glows really well ! I like that it doesn't have any color till you turn the lights off. I am impressed by how much it actually DOES glow. I hadn't even "charged" it with bright light, just turned off my normal indoor lights and it glows plenty. I LOVE it!!! Thank you Rust-oleum for another GREAT product, I'll be back for more, and will be recommending this paint!! Perfect!!
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              Garbage.
              Product Is Garbage. I've tried it on many different types materials. even went as far as dunking a white plastic hand all the way to the bottom of the can. left it to dry, NOTHING. Unbelievable.
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              Response from Rust-OleumSupportNov 2, 2021
              We appreciate your feedback, Jimmy. For best results, Rust-Oleum Specialty Glow in the Dark Paint is recommended to be applied over a white or light colored surface. It is highly recommended to prime the object with a white primer. The darker the object is, the less likely the object will glow in the dark. The product needs to dry completely and charge under direct light for 2-3 hours for maximum glow. The painted object can be charged in natural or artificial light. The closer, more direct, and more consistent the strength of the light is, the better the object will glow. Any shadows, blockage of light, or inconsistency of light during charging (i.e. gradual sunset) will affect the objects ability to glow. The object can glow up to 8 hours under ideal conditions. Please note that the glow will continue to fade over time and will not be as strong as it was immediately after charging.
              - Rust-Oleum Product Support 3 Rustoleum
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                Way too little of product for the price...
                Way too little of product for the price
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                Response from Rust-OleumSupportJun 10, 2021
                Thanks for sharing your experience with Rust-Oleum Specialty Glow In The Dark Paint. If you have any further questions or concerns, we are here to help. 800-481-4785
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                DOES NOT WORK
                Bought with the intentions of some black poles to flow in the dark so nobody runs into them. I was very generous with the coverage and had plenty of light. Not even close to glow in the dark! Waste of $9. I had to go buy reflective tape instead. Terrible.
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                Response from Rust-OleumSupportApr 26, 2021
                Thank you for reaching out, Shane. Please keep in mind these few important factors to take into consideration. It is highly recommended priming the object with a white primer, such as Ultra Cover 2X White primer. The darker the object is, the less likely the object will glow in the dark. The painted object can be charged in natural or artificial light. The closer, more direct, and more consistent the strength of the light is, the better the object will glow. Any shadows, blockage of light, or inconsistency of light during charging (i.e. gradual sunset) will affect the object's ability to glow. The object can glow up to 8 hours under ideal conditions. Please note that the glow will continue to fade over time and will not be as strong as it was immediately after charging. If you'd like to talk further, we can be reached at (800) 481-4785 - Rust-Oleum Product Support 1 Rustoleum
                  Even though I followed direction, the objects only dimly glow...
                  Even though I followed direction, the objects only dimly glow right at dark.
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                  Response from Rust-OleumSupportApr 15, 2021
                  Oh no, this is not what we like to hear Shelia. For best results using Rust-Oleum Specialty Glow In The Dark Paint, use over a white or light colored surface. Apply two coats 45 minutes apart to achieve maximum glowing effect. Give us a call at 800-481-4785 so we can hear more about your application and work to make things right.
                  - Rust-Oleum Product Support 6 Rustoleum
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                  It did not work when we used it. Didn't...
                  It did not work when we used it. Didn't glow in the dark
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                  Response from Rust-OleumSupportJan 13, 2021
                  Let's see what we can figure out. For best results, Rust-Oleum Specialty Glow In The Dark Paint should be applied over a white or light colored surface. Apply using a good quality synthetic brush or ¼”- ⅜” nap roller. Avoid excessive brushing as this will reduce film thickness and protection. Use light even strokes to ensure smooth and uniform flow. Apply two coats 45 minutes apart to achieve maximum glowing effect.
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                  Used on ceiling didn’t really glow at all! Disappointing!...
                  Used on ceiling didn’t really glow at all! Disappointing!
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                  Response from Rust-OleumSupportDec 18, 2020
                  That is not what we like to hear, Patti! Keep in mind that our Rust-Oleum Specialty Glow in the Dark works best when several coats are applied over a white or light colored surface. The paint also needs to charge from a light source before it will be able to glow. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 2 Rustoleum
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                  Response from Rust-OleumSupportDec 7, 2020
                  We need to know more to understand any issues were experienced using our Rust-Oleum Specialty Glow in the Dark Paint. Please give us a call at 800-481-4785, we want to try to make things right! - Rust-Oleum Product Support 2 Rustoleum
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