Glow In The Dark Jewelry and Watches.

GLOW IN THE DARK UNIQUE NECKLACES

Submitted by: Jacquelyn Lloyd

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These glow in the dark necklaces were made by using the powder and mixing it with crazy glue inside the glass vial tube. It takes a while if more than one color is used to give it a layered effect (rainbow). Glue gel is easier but harder to get on the bottom without getting some on the insides of the vial. What a unique idea Jacqeline!

GLOW IN THE DARK FLASHLIGHT

Submitted by: DANIEL K.DES Long Island NY

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Here is a sampling of only ONE of the uses I have found for your RED Strontium Sulfide phosphor powder. My class ring from 1968 had a cracked synthetic emerald, which I had not replaced in these many years, so I poured an epoxy mix using your powder into the orifice and this is what came out. People who have seen it go: 'ooooohhh and aaaawwwwwhhhh' because they have not seen anything like this before. The surface is original with NO POLISHING

RESTORING LUMINOUS WATCH HANDS

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The first stage in the operation is to remove the hands from the watch and clean out the old luminous material...MORE

GLOW IN THE DARK POLYMER CLAY JEWELRY

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These amazing glow in the dark necklaces and glow braclets were made by a customer with translucent "Premo! Sculpey" Polymer clay. This clay becomes plastic like after backing in an oven. The results using our pigments are amazing! 

GLOWING INDIGO WATCH BUTTON

Submitted by: Everett

Materials Required: Green Glow Powder, Epoxy, Digital Watch

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This project is quick and easy, and makes the word "INDIGLO" that marks the indiglo button on a Timex digital watch glow in the dark so it can be found easily. The watch must have the words set into the face, and will work best when the letters are white. Mix up a very small amount of epoxy with green glow powder. Smear it onto the word INDIGLO, completely covering it. Use a paper towel to wipe all of it off, leaving a small amount to fill in the letters. Let the epoxy set. Now "INDIGLO" glows so you can find the button in the dark! 

LUMINOUS WATCH HANDS

Submitted by: Pyro Brainiac

Materials Required: Swiss army watch

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As a pro photographer, I played around with a few ways to take pictures of this stuff, and what seems to work well is to flash it with a regular old camera
flash from a short distance, then photograph it in the next few seconds
without a flash while it's still glowing madly bright. the watch was done
in green, blue, and purple, using clear nail polish as a mixer and touched
up with nail polish removerto the bathroom in the dark with some starfish or maybe a beautiful salt water fish design.