Glow in the Dark Powder
The Brightest Glow In The Dark & UV Reactive Powder
Techno Glow offers the largest selection of premium phosphorescent glow-in-the-dark powder available on the market.
Ultra-Glow Powder: The ultra-glow series is available in 14 colors and is made with the highest quality glow materials available. The strongest strontium aluminate powder mixed with pure europium and dysprosium creates the ultimate glow-in-the-dark effect. This line is intended for projects that require the longest and most vivid glow with a medium-sized particle (50 microns). Popular applications include making glow-in-the-dark paint, glow-in-the-dark resin/epoxy, or with transparent sealers and topcoats.
Standard Glow Powder: The standard glow series is the most affordable glow-in-the-dark pigment made with strontium aluminate, europium, and dysprosium. The basic color options are not to be overlooked for quality. It is available in particle sizes ranging from 35 to 85 microns. Popular applications include glow-in-the-dark nails, fishing jigs, or school projects.
Specialty Glow Powder: In addition to our ultra-glow and standard glow powders, we offer a variety of rare and unique pigments for special projects. First is a very fine glow powder at 15 microns, which is ideal for machine printing or fine airbrushing. Second is large, coarse particles (100 to 500 microns) with up to a 40-hour glow time. These larger sizes are perfect for coating anti-slip floors or finishing glassworks that requires a high-temperature resistance. The third category consists of specialty powders zinc oxide, yttrium, and zinc sulfide.
Scroll down to buy the brightest, most unique collection of photoluminescent additive on the market. All our pigments react to UV and blacklights in addition to their natural lighting abilities Our goal at Techno Glow is to sell the highest quality powder and glow paint at the best price. We ship worldwide and offer a 90-day return policy. Phosphorescent powder ships within one business day from Texas. Visit the end of this page for more information and mixing instructions.
How To Use 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. Both Ultra and standard pigment consist mostly of europium and dysprosium doped strontium aluminate. These have glow times up to 50 times longer than conventional powder. The specialty glow series contains a variety of rare pigments. 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. One kilogram (2.2 lbs.) of powder is perfect to mix with 1 gallon of clear medium such as wall paint. For resin and epoxy, the 20% ratio works well. The pigment will settle in resin 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. Multiple layers or a higher ratio of powder will result in a brighter and more solid glow. Too low of a ratio of powder can cause an uneven and spotty glow. Use plastic, ceramic, or glass mixing containers and utensils.
- Explore More About TechnoGlow Powder: Not sure which powder to use or how much? Want to learn more about the types of photoluminescent pigment, its uses, and the best mediums to mix with? Read more here.
- Make Your Own 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. Read more here.