Author Topic: Glow paint into plastic?  (Read 130 times)

Offline Rex

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Glow paint into plastic?
« on: 09/25/18 18:02 UTC »
Is there any do’s or don’ts as far as puttting stuff into plastic and injecting? I have some paint that is white and glows different colors. Curious to see if it would work or not. Having a hard time finding any information on anything of that sort of.

Online Porkrind

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Re: Glow paint into plastic?
« Reply #1 on: 09/25/18 19:16 UTC »
It may work temporarily but will more than likely fade quickly due to lack of pigments in paint. The UV rays will probably deteriorate it rapidly. Just a guess though plus it will probably never cure and has moisture in it so it could be explosive if added to the plastic and heating it up.

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Re: Glow paint into plastic?
« Reply #2 on: 09/25/18 23:00 UTC »
Glow powders clump when add to Plastic and you don’t need much I’ve found the when you first hit them with a LED light the fish won’t touch it until it’s just got a slight glow to it. I have had better and consistent results using UV powder and as with the glow you need very little.

Offline Mike J

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Re: Glow paint into plastic?
« Reply #3 on: 09/26/18 10:12 UTC »
What ever you do dont put water based anything in your plastic.