This is a water based/cleanup bottle of luminous paint. It paints OK but goes on a bit uneven so it needs two coats as the instructions suggest. The bottle has a small squirt hole opening under the lid or you can unscrew the lid for a ⅜” opening which is fine for a small artist’s paintbrush.
I painted it onto light switches, and flashlights.
Remember, the paint has to be exposed to light in order for it to charge up to glow in the dark.
I purchased this glow in the dark paint for a simple clock I purchased. After I read the reviews I was certain this was the product for me, but I was wrong.
I was led to believe that I would buy this product, and once allowed to sit under florescent lighting; which supposedly activates it, it would continue to glow from there on out.
What the reviews should have stated was, in order for the paint to glow in the dark, one has to continuously allow the painted item to be under lighting each time before they want their item to glow.
For example I wanted my clock to glow all night long, not happening. I expose the clock to light, turn the light off it glows for a couple of minutes, and that's all.
I picked this product for good use for testing. My back door does not have motion detection light and at dark I have difficulties to find the key hole. I also wanted to make visible at dark was my door bell (white on white frame) and the light switch located in group of other switches inches from the lvg rm. door. Following the instructions I applied with the small brush 4 layers of Glow-in- the-dark one by one on the door bell, switch and front of lock. The result was zero. No glow at all. In living room I turned the light on and then off and for brief time I could recognize in the dark some very faint glow of switch plate, practically useless. Outside I saw nothing. After Glow-in-the-dark were applied on white the white got green-yellowish tint. Dried painted surface stays slightly rough. The container carries symbol CE and AP. Information about symbols is on internet. But ordinary consumer like me wants to find on the bottle in the store how far product is safe for use in household, with kids, whether to wear protective gloves, what chemicals I am buying and so on… There is no info if this kind.
When I left the container Glow- in-the-dark in my room on the desk the container was glowing almost all night.