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ClearNeon UV Reactive Clear Coat Paint - Blue New Formula! The paint is now more invisible and brighter than ever! This is our premiere product, and most popular due to its bright and intense presentation under UV light. This clear coat goes on smooth and is virtually undetectable in normal light. Applies to most surfaces, including cloth and dries fast, leaving you with an eye-catching effect.
Note: Some colors will appear different on different surfaces. Also, some colors appear differently when used independently. Coverage depends on application, average coverage is 12 sq. ft. or a line 1 inch wide and 150 feet long.
Applies a coating which is transparent and colorless under normal light, but glows under UV black lighting. Easily removable from most surfaces with soap and water. May not be completely removable from porous materials (such as bare wood, cardboard, paper, foam, accoustic ceilings and flat paint).
DANGER! EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE. KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN. CONTENTS UNDER PRESSURE. AVOID SPRAYING IN EYES.
Total Reviews: 2 Average Rating:
Please do not buy this product.05-09-2013
Reviewer: Ray (1)
I agree with the other reviewer for this product. While the shipping was quick, this product DOES NOT react to the UV lighting I have in my case. Being a painter, I applied two coats of it to the black cables for my liquid cooled equipment, and no reaction to the four (4) UV lights in my case. I was really expecting to set my system off, but now I will have to go with other alternatives for true UV effects. Again, save your money and buy another brand, or product altogether. This stuff does not work!!
I should have listened to customer reviews....save your money!06-05-2010
Reviewer: cq842000 (2)
The tub it comes in is pretty sturdy for storage. The consistency is also acceptable, however there seems to be very little pigment versus filler(even though I made sure it was completely mixed). I applied it to numerous surfaces all with the same outcome....very dim at first, and it fades to nothing within a week. I even tried numerous applications until I could see a filmy substance without UV lights, just a faded(dim)UV reaction at first and no UV reaction after a week. So now I''m left with a useless film over the components that I painted both plastic and steel. Thats okay though, I''ll wash it off and chalk it up to a lesson learned.