Our CP2-0B Bright White oil based glow in the dark paint is a durable coating that glows for days on a single charge. Glow in the dark paints absorbs ambient light and then re-emits it as visible light.
The stronger the light source the faster and brighter the charge up to a point of saturation. Our paint has been used successfully in directional markers, warehouse floors, egress systems, safety markings, theater steps, emergency exits, walkways, just about anywhere you need a luminous marking. Risk Reactor's CP2-0B Bright White surpasses existing building codes.
Benefits of Risk Reactor's CP2-0B Bright White Glow in the Dark Phosphorescent Paint:
Very special violet color that is amazing to see!
No mixing, stays suspended!
Extremely bright, strong glow!
Just about any light source will charge it!
Excellent water resistance!
Strong durable acrylic coating!
Rechargeable an infinite amount of times!
Perfect for safety applications!
Used in star murals!
- Protects paint underneath!
Cleans up with M.E.K., acetone, and other solvents!
Can be used on just about any surface!
Meets ASTM C1315!
Safety applications, art projects, urethane, plastic molding, egress markings, directional markings, warehouses, star murals, staircases, theaters, stadiums, arenas, buildings, tunnels, dark areas, transportation systems, museums, home safety markings, walls, and walkways.
Film Type: Acrylic
Film Thickness: Produces a 2 mil. Dry Film.
Glow Time: Approx. 2 hours.
Emission Wavelength: 443 nm
Excitation Energy: 200-450 nm
Coverage: Approximately 350 sq. ft. per gallon.
Drying Time: At 75°F (24°C), it dries to the touch in about 30 minutes. Can be recoated in 1-2 hours.
Cleaning Up: Use most solvents such as mineral spirits, xylene, toluene, lacquer thinner, MEK, etc.
Flash Point: 116 F
Shelf Life: Minimum 24 months.
Packaging: Gallon, Pint and Ounce Containers.
How to Use:
This product can be used on just about any surface. Remove dust, dirt, oils, and other foreign material. To get the maximum glow effect, surface must be primed with a white pigmented primer. Metallic surfaces must be primed with appropriate metal primer. Smooth non-porous surfaces should be abraded for good adhesion. The closer the surface is to white the brighter the phosphorescent color. Black and dark colors tend to absorb light diminishing the phosphorescent effect. The more paint you place on the surface the brighter and longer the glowing effect (up to a point of saturation) so 2-4 coats are recommended. You can use stencil to create accurate markings.