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Hey all. Took a few years off with the passing of my brother who helped me a lot with my haunt. I recall a few years back, I purchased some clear spray-on UV reactive paint that not was detectable in the daylight, but glowed under a backlight. It was available in different colors. I'm under a time crunch this year, so anywhere you can steer me would be greatly appreciated.
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Amazon has a few varieties. Wildfire is probably the best known brand. It's not cheap though.
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http://www.blacklight.com/items/CNAERIND
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Depending on the effect you want... I've used 'glow in the dark' paint. It sprayed on relatively clear / cant really see in the daylight, but gives off a turbocharged green glow in the black light.
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Thanks for your replies, guys. I now remember "Clear Neon" from the blacklight.com site. That's the one I've used before. Too late to get for this year anymore, but this stuff worked great. I just got some stuff out of storage after 5 or 6 years and it is still reflective.
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In the past I've ordered such stuff from chinese portals but they shipping is so slow that I had to think few weeks before the party.
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WILDFIRE (as mentioned earlier) is my favorite UV paint.
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