How our Neutral Glow Powders Work

How Our Neutral Glow Powders Work

If you are looking at the neutral glow powders from GloNation, it’s probably because you want to create an item that glows in the dark, but you don’t want the restrictions that come with paint. While our glow-in-the-dark paint is great for applying to a wide variety of surfaces, there might just be a project, craft, or DIY application that you want to do that doesn’t quite work with the texture and properties of paint. Fortunately, our glow-in-the-dark powders can be added to any medium that’s clear (transparent) in color. The possibilities are endless—your imagination is the only limit.

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Star Mural 101

Star Mural 101

One of the greatest things that you can do with glow paint is to make a star mural. Never heard of a star mural or don’t know how to make one? Check out this quick tutorial and discover what fun it can be to have one on the wall or ceiling of your home, the kids’ room, or a recreation room.

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The History of Fluorescent Paint

The History of Fluorescent Paint

When imagining luminescent paint, people of a certain era, remember all the amazing psychedelic art they created while consuming magic mushrooms! While tapestries and VW buses have forever been memorialized, fluorescence has been around a bit longer.

The brothers of phosphorescence

Brothers from Berkeley, California, Joseph and Robert Switzer began their quest of luminescence in the 1930s through identifying naturally occurring fluorescent compounds with a black light. The brothers quickly started mixing the compounds in different mediums, such as shellac, thus, fluorescent paint was created! The simple mixture was used in their magic shows in both their props and costumes.

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All About GloNation!

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GloNation is all about glow-in-the-dark paints and powders.

Here at GloNation, we specialize in glow-in-the-dark paint and powders! Our products are all water-based acrylic paints, and come in seven different colors, including blue, green, orange, pink, purple, red, and yellow.

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