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Rust-Oleum Glow in the dark Aqua Matt Multi-surface Spray paint, 150ml
Ideal for multi surface, this Aqua matt matt glow in the dark paint from Rust-Oleum has been specially designed to give a stunning finish to around your home. Simply apply and leave for 20 minutes to dry - a great way to revamp your home. Covers 5m² per litre on average.
- Suitable for Glass
Features and benefits
- Spray on walls, ceilings and other objects to make them glow bright aqua in the dark
- Use on wood, metal and more
- Perfect for light switches, lamp bases, door frames and more
- Fast drying
- Appears off white in normal light
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Container type||Spray can|
|Drying time||20 min|
|Location||Interior & exterior|
|Range||Glow in the dark|
|Recoat time||20 minutes|
|VOC level||Very high|
Dj dan 768 yt - 8 months ago
I needed it for yt video best when it comes to doing a diy Xbox one controller
Muddy_9790 - 1 year ago
All the bad reviews had me a bit confused.Couple of coats and it worked fine.
Waste of money.
Robyn O - 2 years ago
Got a couple of these, along with the green, for my birthday.
They do NOTHING. They come out clear, they dry clear, they're clear in the dark, and they're still clear after multiple coats.
The price for what I received is beyond ridiculous.
Maybe I got a bad batch? Perhaps, but I had two of each so is that really a risk worth taking?
*tested on mdf (wood is listed as an ideal base) and paper.
*will gladly add photos later if the option is there.
Bela_b - 4 years ago
This product has very bad quality and it doesn't cover any type of material- all peels off- awful
Such a Waste of Time
Poppyburner - 4 years ago
I bought this product with a gift card via Click & Collect, sprayed three coats (outdoors, as it has a strong but inoffensive odour) onto the porus side of white greetings card-like material.
The saturation seemed even, but far from opaque, with a very granular texture.
In daylight, the appearence is of the typical glow in the dark, pale yellow type, but in darkness, after a strong light-charging, it radiates very ordinary GREEN light.
Nothing like the exotic blue spray swatch illustrated above; more like common phosphorescent paints, toys and sundries available on any highstreet; though of the brighter strontium aluminate variety.
I promptly brought the can and test card to my local B&Q shop, then after much debate, a little testing and research with three staff members, they finally conceded that I was mislead and gave me a credit note for the can's cost, that unlike my gift card, can only be used in-store :(
Note: diy.com also sell a green version of this product; so perhaps the can was merely from a defective batch. Who knows?