Where were you able to find the aerosol can of glow-in-the-dark paint?Try sponge brushing the paint on. It will look more "spackled", but it eliminates the streaks and will help cover the area uniformly. You can apply several coats over time to increase coverage. This worked for a prototype skull I had, until I was able to find an aerosol can of glow-in-the-dark paint.
How about a follow up? How was this spray paint? How did it turn out? Was it worth it?Fyi, Alan at QUANTUM LEAP UNLIMITED says he does sell UV aerosol spray paint. I don't think it's listed on the eBay store, but I'm planning on buying a can of the Clear Neon brand he emailed me about after understanding what it is I'm trying to do wiht the paint. I'll try it and will post my results in a week. Here's what he says: "And it's quite good (about 7 oz, and 14.95 a can but covers about 60 sq ft, and 8.00 to ship 1-8 cans via UPS) Drawback is it can only ship via UPS (airline regulations)....I'm used to buyers getting their stuff via postal in 2-3 days, but 'friggin UPS can take 5 days sometimes. I say 'carry' it, but don't stock it...it'd be drop shipped direct from the factory. It's a new formula that's only been out since late September. I've not heard of any application problems with ClearNeon.....every manufacturer uses their own 'proprietary' formula, so it's easy to see why some brands might be temperamental."