How to Make a Glow in the Dark Table?

How to Make a Glow in the Dark Table?

How to Make a Glow in the Dark Table with Resin Epoxy?

Glow in the dark tables and bar countertops are what make our world spin today. Techno Glow specializes in glow in the dark powders mixed with resin epoxy products whether you are making a glow in the dark coffee table or a glow in the dark ring. We provide quality products to help you get the best results possible. Perhaps you have a project coming up and not sure where to start? We are here to help. We not only provide support for beginners and professionals, but we have a great selection of glow powders and resin epoxy products to help you create the best and longest glowing wood surface on the planet. We provide every glow color, size, and price range possible for a quality product that will last a lifetime.

Read the full article with step by step instructions at Instructables.

The below video demonstrates the making of a glowing table from start to finish. Pick a special piece of table, in this case, it is pecky cypress. Prep the surface and voids. Make it glow in the dark with resin epoxy and Techno Glow powder. Finish off the project with another layer of clear resin epoxy or wood sealer if needed.

Glow in the Dark Concrete

Glow in the Dark Concrete

Glow in the Dark Concrete

Techno Glow powders can be mixed with any floor resin epoxies or clear concrete topcoats for a beautiful glow in the dark effect.

For a sold glow we recommend 30 grams of our 50-micron glow powder for every 120-150 milliliters of resin. Otherwise, you can sprinkle glow pigment immediately after the resin pour for a stardust galaxy effect. Our more course pigments of 100-micron or larger available in Aqua, Blue, and Green is best for the galaxy effect since each particle will be more visible. The pigment will settle to the bottom leaving you with a smooth topcoat finish.

Photos below are from World of Decorative Concrete.

Make Glow in the Dark Balls from Wood Chips, Resin and Glow Powder

Make Glow in the Dark Balls from Wood Chips, Resin and Glow Powder

Make Glow in the Dark Balls from Wood Chips, Resin & Glow Powder

Make millions of items and products with glow powder and clear mediums such as resin epoxies.

This below video is a great source to see a step-by-step guide on how it can be done. 

Make a Glow in the Dark Tie

Make a Glow in the Dark Tie

How to Make a Glow in the Dark Tie?

Glow in the dark clothing and accessories is nothing new. It has been around for many decades. The only problem with commercial glow in the dark products until now, is that it did not glow for more than an hour. So how do you make something better and brighter?

We are here to help. Techno Glow provides professional and industrial glow in the dark powders that can be mixed with any clear medium such as clear fabric paint, gels, or even resin epoxies to make glowing jewelry, rings, and accessories. We are your one-stop-shop for glow powder and a wide variety of clear mediums and paints. Show off in nightclubs or at the summer bonfire with our wide selection of over 40 different glow in the dark powders. We have every quality, color, and size possible at the best pricing. Do not forget to pick up your UV laser or flashlight to excite the glow instantly.

Click here for the full article at Instructables.

Light up your next formal event with a glow tie! You’re sure to be the most popular person when you draw shapes on your tie with your UV flashlight or laser pen and then let everyone else have a turn.

Glow Paint and UV Laser Lights

Glow Paint and UV Laser Lights

Glow Paint & UV Laser Lights

House of Vans London is proud to present Light at the End of the Tunnel a site specific, interactive installation forged from a desire to make a mark. Transforming House of Vans gallery space into an immersive interactive environment, Light at the End of the Tunnel will allow anyone to turn a laser-pen into a paintbrush and leave their own impression underneath the atmospheric Waterloo archways. Spanning both two and three dimensions, this installation promises to let the audience’s imagination run wild by creating temporary glow in the dark murals using laser-pens and Techno Glow paint.

House of Vans Video below Presents: Light at the End of the Tunnel