Ever get bored of being able to see the paint you spray? Probably not, since being visible is one of the major selling points of paint, but here comes a challenge to conventional wisdom from Clearneon. They produce a line of UV-reactive paints targeted mostly at computer modders and car customizers, though a clever mind could easily twist this fun stuff into a genuinely practical chemical. Imagine invisible serial numbers and permanent glow-stars on your kids’ ceilings.
With a per-can price hovering around $20, painting a wall will be pricey. Amazon has the best selection of colors with both aerosol and liquid paints available, but computer parts retailer Xoxide has the best prices. Grab a can, and relive Gone in Sixty Seconds 21st-century style.