Our invisible UV paint consists of a transparent carrier fluid mixed with particles that react to ultraviolet rays. Therefore, the paint appears almost invisible on a white background – depending on the light you might see the transparent layer.
Imagine your boring white office turns into a disco room with glowing neon colors for the next after hours party.
What you need to know:
Apply the paint to a white or light-coloured surface. This way you will achieve the best results – a white surface reflects the light, while a dark one absorbs it.
Make sure to use blacklight lamps only – reduce white light to a minimum.
Blacklight UV tubelights and UV energy saving lamps will show the colors of your invisible paint correctly. LED UV lights have a different wavelength and will change the appearance of your paint (e.g. orange paint will glow blue/white)
Do you have any questions? Please contact us for further information!