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Glow-OnTMSuper Phosphorescent is a high density glow-in-the-dark formula. Great for iron gun sights and fishing lures. This is Glow-On Original, the original gun sights paint with concentrated glow. If you need maximum glow, order this product. Glow-On is extremely luminescent, it efficiently enhances gun sights, fishing lures, archery, small electronics, light switches, flashlights, scale models, bead work and fashion jewelry, etc. How it works: Glow-On Absorbs light and then it releases it slowly. Charge with daylight or LED lamp. The initial glow is extreme it dims slowly, after several hours the glow can only be perceived if your eyes are adapted to the dark. The glow can be rekindled in a couple of seconds, just expose again to LED lamp. This is not a gel based product so there's no need to paint a white background beforehand. Harden after it cures. Gel based products use less glow material and remain soft. This product is opaque when it dries. It will stand extreme heat, cold, humidity. Glow-On is waterproof and weatherproof. impervious to most gun cleaners, oils, sweat etc. Non-radioactive, non-flammable, non-toxic. Please stir the paint before you use it. It dries in a few hours and cures completely in 2-3 days. Instructions are included. 100% Money back guarantee on every purchase.

This is Glow-On Original Gun sights Paint, This product offers the maximum glow possible. If you need maximum glow order this.
Super opaque non transparent, unlike gel products, there's no need for a white background.
First time buyer? Get the GLOW-ON ORIGINAL, unless you are set on a specific COLOR.
Water based, non toxic, non flammable, non radioactive, environmental safe. Easy to apply and ready to use right out of the bottle.
This presentation: 2.3 ml vial. Glow quality: 10/10 Yellowish White day color/ Green glow

ASIN: B004K56TS8
Item model number: 001

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  • By steamysteve 1 month ago
    Purchased on: October 2022
  • I'd say this stuff is similar to the effect of the glow sights on a VP9 Ive had this on my Ruger LC9S for at least 4 years. Minimal amount needed. Clear polish on top to keep it "glued" in I have a small black light key chain that "charges" it significantly better than normal white light Cons: doesn't glow bright for more than 10ish minutes

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    Not smart money.

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    It's not a replacement for tritium night sights, for sure. I put these on a Beretta 92fs and applied clear coat nail polish afterwards. Since the 92fs front sight is fixed to the frame, I tried this instead. It holds up well but like others said, you need to hit it with a light source for it to glow. In light, they are just like regular white paint sights. Are they better than white paint for sights? Yes. Are they better than tritium? No way.

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    I've played around with other glow in the dark paints (I'm assuming using the same strontium aluminate) and if you put nail polish over top of it it blocks the UV/blue light that charges it and it wont work as well.

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    Spill it on your carpet and you'll be surprised at how long it glows. I know. It wasn't as impressive on my gun sights.

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    This same company actually makes a glow in the dark paint that is specifically for firearms. It can be found on Amazon. The company does not recommend using this type of paint for night sights. Instead get the gun version for a little more.

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    Don't waste your money on this junk. I put this on a Taurus 709 slim and after 3 or 4 shots it falls off. One of the biggest gimmicks out there, and unfortunately, I fell for it.

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    I agree, this stuff is awful. I had a kit of this type of paint in many pigments and it doesn't glow for any length of time, maybe it'll glow for a minute at full brightness, but a minute or two later, it glows at 10% or less. I gave the kit to a neighbors 11 year old son, Don't expect this to even be 1% of what you'd expect from Tritium night sights. I bought the paint kit for a non firearm project, but the paint project got scuttled.

    Last week I picked up two boxes of Noveske/Nosler Glow tip 5.56 ammo. It's equally as useless as this old school glow in the dark paint. I did however buy this ammo at half price and will be modifying it to be awesome.

    My plan is to take one of my broken Tritium Marathon watches and put the tritium tubes into this Noveske glow tip, making the ammunition glow in the dark with no exposure to a light source.

    Naturally I wont be shooting it, as their not tracers, and really will have no purpose, but they'll make good conversation pieces I can give away to friends as novelties.

    I'll tell them it's radioactive ammo :)

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    This stuff is great. It needs a few minutes of exposure to serious light to glow brightly but it is WAY brighter than the glow you get from regular luminescent paint.

    A lot of people in the review knock the fact that you need to expose these to light when guns are typically stored in a safe. Not sure how they use their guns but the ones I actually use for protection aren't safe queens. Even so, you could paint the sights of every gun in your safe and just install an LED strip in there to keep the paint charged up... Or do the same with a nightstand drawer. Cheap asses spend $10 on paint instead of $100 on night sights and whine about the disadvantages. Sigh.

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    if you need more it's like 16$ a pint at home depot
    http://www.homedepot.com/buy/paint/interior-paint-stain/rust-oleum/speci...

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    Discontinued. It got bad reviews too.

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    but don't these need to be exposed to light in order to work? usually your typical home defense pistol is locked up or out of reach (out of light) and it won't provide any light in the dark

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