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Kryptobright Green Glow In The Dark
Kryptobright Green Glow In The Dark
Kryptobright Green Glow In The Dark

Kryptobright Green Glow In The Dark

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Kryptobright Green Glow In The Dark


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$10.60
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Description

Kryptobright Green Glow In The Dark is the first of it's kind to be the brightest and longest lasting glow in the dark pigment in the industry.

Ingredients

Proprietary Blend

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • I have a couple questions.... 1- I just got my bike painted "Gun Metal grey, with blue, green, purple pearl" Can the glow in the dark be combined with a clear coat or would the bike have to be painted again? 2- How many grams would i need to paint a harley nightrain?

    Hi,
    Glow in the dark only works best over a white base coat so you would need a new basecoat. For something of that size, we would estimate about 50 grams mixed into a half gallon of clear.

    Best,
    Chris

  • Is this waterproof as in in won’t harden or mess up sitting in paint over time.

    Yes, the pigments are microencapsulated so they can be used in a waterbased system.

  • Is it non toxic?

    Yes this pigment is Strontium Aluminate based as is non-toxic.

  • Could this pigment be added to a pool perhaps? Would it be safe for people to possibly swim in?

    This can be mixed into paint and make it as a coating but not to be mixed with pool water.

  • Wondering if I could add it to powder coat to blast my wheels by mixing it with a clear coat? Do you guys think it would successfully blast in powder gun?

    Yes, this will work with powder coating.

  • I like to ride my bike but I want to look cool doing it how should I go about painting my bike glow in the dark green

    This pigment can be mixed with any clear medium and it works best over a white base.

  • How do you get this stuff to not be so gritty? I want to use it for glow effects for warhammer figurines, and to paint the pickguard on my guitar, but no matter what medium I try or what ratio I mix it at, it always dries gritty and weird, and it's hard to get a complete coat with it.

    Getting a smooth finish with glow pigments for things like Warhammer figurines and guitar pickguards can be tough. But if you put several clear coats on top of the glow pigments, it can hide the texture and give you a smooth, shiny look.

  • Can i use this in a epoxy YV resin, and if so what would the mix ratio be. I am trying to make glow flies for fishing.

    Yes, you can. This can be mixed with any clear medium and for best possible result, we suggest applying it over a white base.  The mixing ratio would be 0.2-0.5% By Weight, you can do more or less depending on the color that you are going for.

  • How long will the charge and glow effect typically last on a vehicle that sits outside all day? I know extended time in the sun can make the effect go away over time. Just want to get a realistic idea of worse case.

    Hi,

    The optimal performance of our Kryptobright Glow in the Dark pigment occurs when it's charged under UV or LED lighting and promptly placed in a dark environment. It's most effective when charged in a garage and then moved outdoors quickly. We frequently receive inquiries about charging it all day in sunlight. It's important to note that even if the item is left outdoors, the charging isn't uniform due to variations in sun angles and intensity in different areas. The duration of the glow depends on the strength of the charge, and sunset is usually a slower and more prolonged process than commonly perceived.

    Regards,
    Chris

  • How long will it last overall before it stops glowing?

    Longest Lasting in the sense of how bright the color will illuminate for when "Charged" by UV or LED light. Best bet is always to "charge" it in a garage with lots of light and then bring it out into the darkness. People tend to think that leaving it to charge in the sun all day will work but the Sun changes angles, and sunset is also a slow process where lots of illumination time is lost.

  • How long does the glow last , before it stops charging and glowing?

    Longest Lasting in the sense of how bright the color will illuminate for when "Charged" by UV or LED light. Best bet is always to "charge" it in a garage with lots of light and then bring it out into the darkness. People tend to think that leaving it to charge in the sun all day will work but the Sun changes angles, and sunset is also a slow process where lots of illumination time is lost.

  • Is it safe to put it in my candles?

    Yes, it is.

  • If your car is already white and top coated. Can this be applied over it with out sanding

    Yes, it would work. However, we always suggest testing it on a small scale first.

  • When you say longest lasting here and on the Instagram post, are you referring to how long it will stay glowing after receiving sunlight or how long before it loses the ability to glow altogether? I'm always keeping an eye out for my next AutoFlex dip for my car

    Longest Lasting in the sense of how bright the color will illuminate for when "Charged" by UV or LED light. Best bet is always to "charge" it in a garage with lots of light and then bring it out into the darkness. People tend to think that leaving it to charge in the sun all day will work but the Sun changes angles, and sunset is also a slow process where lots of illumination time is lost.

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