Glow in the Dark Powder

Glow in the Dark Powder

Glow Powder Collection

Shop the brightest, most unique, and rare photoluminescent pigment. Our glow powders are also UV and blacklight reactive. We strive to only sell the highest quality product at the best price. Shop with confidence with our 90-day return policy and free USA shipping on all glow powder. We ship all phosphorescent powder within 1 business day and include mixing instructions. More information available at the bottom of this page.

Ultra Glow Powder

The ultra glow series is the highest quality glow pigment on the market. Use for most applications that need a medium-sized particle with the longest and most vivid glow. Very popular for making glow in the dark paint, glow in the dark resin or epoxy, floor, and cement coatings. Strontium aluminate bright glow doped with europium and dysprosium for the ultimate glow. Available in 50 microns making it versatile for about any application except printing and airbrushing.

Standard Glow Powder

The most affordable glow in the dark pigment that is made from strontium aluminate that is also doped with europium and dysprosium. Available in not-encapsulated and encapsulated pigment from 35 microns to 85 microns. Phosphorescent powder for those who need to make a cost-effective glow paint, glow in the dark nails, fishing jigs, or for school projects.

Specialty Glow Powder

A variety of rare and unique powders. Fine glow powder ideal for printing, airbrushing. Coarse particles with a 40-hour glow for concrete cement floor coatings or even glass. Shop strontium aluminate, zinc oxide, zinc sulfide for limited cosmetics use, and the invisible yttrium oxide with a red or orange glow.

  • Standard
    orange glow in the dark powder economical orange photo luminescent powder pigment

    Fluorescent Orange Glow in the Dark & UV Powder <35 Microns


    $4.50 - $125.00
    Reminiscent of the intense glow of a roaring fire, this economical fluorescent orange 35 micron pigment is a great for creating starkly contrasted transition effects. In daylight it is a vibrant blaze orange, but give it a quick charge and it emits a...
    $4.50 - $125.00

Using Glow In The Dark Powder

We want there to be no limits to what you can do with phosphorescent powder. That’s why we offer particle sizes ranging from 15 microns which is fine up to 500 microns in diameter. For the ultimate performance and strength, we recommend the ultra glow series. A quality photoluminescent pigment that is free of formaldehyde and ECO friendly. The standard powder line is anything, but ordinary. Ultra and standard pigment consist of europium and dysprosium doped strontium aluminate. These have glow times up to 50 times longer than conventional powder. Use the product filter to refine your search. Materials are non-toxic, non-radioactive, and contain no phosphorus, lead, or any other hazardous chemicals.

Mix glow pigment with clear or transparent mediums such as resin, epoxy, paint, plastic, glass, ink, nail polish, clay, rubber, cement, silicone, glue, powder coating, spray paint or road paint. We recommend mix ratios between 15% to 33% powder. 1 A kilogram of powder is perfect to mix with 1 gallon of clear-drying wall paint. For resin and epoxy, the 20% ratio works well. The pigment will settle to the bottom leaving you with a nice clear top that can be sanded and buffed to your liking. Most clear resins will not block much of any light. The higher the ratio of powder to the medium, the brighter the glow that looks like more of a solid glow. It is also true for many layers when possible. Use plastic, ceramic, or glass mixing containers and utensils.

Helpful Links

Explore More About TechnoGlow Powder: If you are not sure which powder to use then this section helps explain some of the terms used in classifying different types of powder. You will also learn when to use specific kinds of glow powder and what mediums mix best with them.

Documentation & Mixing Ratios: This section is your guide if you want to mix it with a medium. You will also find some beneficial information in our FAQs. Safety data sheet information found here.

Guideline For Glow in the Dark Resin Epoxy: If this is your first project requiring glow resin, this is required reading. We give you tips, so your project comes out great the first time. You can avoid bubbles in your resin by using our helpful tip.

How to Make Glow in the Dark Paint: If you are a die-hard DIYer and insist on making your own glow paint we have a step by step guide for you.