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Old 07-10-2017, 10:58 AM   #1
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Would Glow in the Dark powder work on Non-skid painted surfaces?

I have a question about Glow in the dark powders... Has anyone mixed this into non-skid deck paint? That seems to be a neat idea, having the deck walkways glow for at least part of the time after dark.

https://www.technoglowproducts.com/g...e-uv-reactive/

A pound of the stuff is nearly 100 bucks but I don't know how much it would take nor how long it would last.
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Old 07-10-2017, 11:32 AM   #2
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I have a question about Glow in the dark powders... Has anyone mixed this into non-skid deck paint? That seems to be a neat idea, having the deck walkways glow for at least part of the time after dark.

https://www.technoglowproducts.com/g...e-uv-reactive/

A pound of the stuff is nearly 100 bucks but I don't know how much it would take nor how long it would last.
I suggest asking the manufacturer if the product is suitable for your application.
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