These powders will give you double duty: use them to color your resin, then watch them glow after being charged with a bright light source. The standard recipe is 1 part glow powder to 4 parts resin, although when making tiny artifacts you may be able to use even less.
Non toxic formula. Choose from 8 colors, each in its own 1 ounce package.
- Green - longest time of 8 hours
- Purple - 4 hours
- Yellow - 4 hours
- Pink - 2 hours
- Salmon - 1 hour
- Orange - 1 hour
Note: glow times are approximate. Powders need to be charged with a light source rich in UV light, such as the sun, black light, UV lamp, or fluorescent light before they will glow. If using an incandescent lamp, GE Revel light bulbs are recommended. The darker the room, the brighter the powders will glow after being charged.
These powders are meant for adult use only. They are not food safe or cosmetic grade. Conforms to ASTM D-4326.
See how to use the powders to make a Halloween wreath with glow-in-the-dark eyes
This short video shows the powders in action:
I am using day glow powder in a dirty pour. Trying to get something that copies the northern lights. I used the green and the blue. It will glow a bit but not as good when the green is by itself. Still experimenting
The blue is a very cool shade in light and dark, one thing I noticed it seems to settle somewhat to the bottom of the mold even when well mixed. it has a powder consistency but there are some gritty solids mixed in as well that settle at least with the blue and green I've used.
I love the brightness of the blue in the dark.. great product
Glows crazy bright and mixes with other colors great! be sure not to use too much of other powder colors (metallics) though as it will be hidden because they set quite solid. But I can still see a hint of a glow in it which makes the gem almost like a rainbow.
i got it in purle!! that so pretty and nice!!
will try other colors next time