Risk Reactor's PPSB-23 Light Blue Glow in the Dark pigment was developed to go into oil based mediums. Our glow in the Dark pigment is the basic building block for material that glows in the dark. It works by absorbing ambient light and then re-emitting it in the visible spectrum. This process can be repeated an infinite amount of times. The color visible in regular light is an off white and it will glow a vibrant Light Blue in the dark. You can mix this pigment into any clear medium such as glue, paint, caukling, wax, clay, gel candles, liquid nails, silicone, urethane, you name it. This pigment is best used right after mixing, most mediums seem to gel with this pigment over a period of time.
Benefits of Risk Reactor's PPSB-23 Light Blue Pigment:
Clock & watch dials, paint, electronic instrument dial pads, poly urethane, home appliances, lighting apparatus and switches, exit signs, emergency signage and low level lighting escape systems (Egress Systems), shoes, caps, aircraft and automobile dials and instrument panels, firemen's equipment, traffic signs & high visibility signs, fishing equipment, military applications, outdoor path marking, camping equipment, textile printing and textile fibers, writing & printing inks, You can use this product anywhere a long afterglow and/or light fastness is needed.