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Whether you’re eight or eighty, glow-in-the-dark is pretty cool.  OK, maybe you aren’t going to put glow-in-the-dark planets and stars on the ceilings or paint secret messages on your walls when you’re eighty, but painting your switch plates so they glow in the dark may be a great way to locate them rather than groping about.

Krylon Glowz paint comes in a 6oz. spray can and can be used on a ton of materials including wood, metal, glass, plaster, fabric, and paper. It dries to the touch in three minutes, and you can handle it in three hours.  Like you’d expect, the phosphors in the paint “recharge” by being exposed to light.

A spray can of Krylon Glowz paint will run you about $4 to $6.

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4 Responses to Glow-In-The-Dark Paint In A Spray Can

  1. Deeps says:

    The graffiti artists of the world just got a whole new dimension.

  2. Hank says:

    Most switch plates are plastic, eh?

  3. Kris says:

    Use an illuminated switch – you don’t worry about a painted switch plate needing to be “recharged”.

  4. paganwonder says:

    My daughter thinks this is the coolest paint ever made- her room is covered in glow-in-the- dark!

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