Imagine twinkling stars on a ceiling or a border of luminous starfish in a dark bath. Our glow-in-the-dark paint is ideal for creating designs just like these, which can be stamped and stenciled on a painted basecoat.
Because this effect comes alive most effectively at night, try using glow-in-the-dark wall paint in your bedroom, bath, or anywhere you spend time in the evening.
How to Use Glow-in-the-Dark Room Paint
Be sure your surface is properly prepared before you begin your project. Clean your walls thoroughly and repair any protruding nails or other imperfections.
Apply the Base Color
Apply your selected base color onto properly prepared walls.
Apply the Finish
Using specialty techniques such as stamping or sponging, apply a glow-in-the-dark paint, such as Studio Finishes® Glow In The Dark (312) Effect, which delivers a subtle luminescence.
Helpful Hints for Glow-in-the-Dark Painting
Try painting a small luminous border around light switches in baths and bedrooms, as a clear guide for fumbling fingers. The effect is brightest when used over light colors, which reflect rather than absorb light. The glow-in-the-dark effect is less noticeable over light-colored base areas by day, when it takes on a milky appearance.
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