Glow-in-the-Dark Spray Paint
Item Number SP12
8 oz can
Stays Soft and Pliable
Dries in 4-6 Hours
It is not permanent so do not wash your project.
No need to heat set it
Washes off your hands easily with soap and water
Simply Spray Glow in the Dark Fabric Spray Paint gives your clothes or craft project a nice glow. 8 oz can. Perfect for Halloween costumes, props, lampshades, crafts, tapestries, kid's rooms, and safety applications. Use with stencils to create great glowing shapes.
This Glow-in-the-Dark paint is a non-permanent aerosol fabric paint. It is non-toxic, non-flammable making it completely safe. Charge in sunlight for at least 10 minutes. This will make the paint glow in complete darkness for about 30 minutes before needing to be recharged. Under blacklight, it does not need to be charged.
Tips for Using Glow-in-the-Dark Spray Paint
- For best results use on light-colored 100% cotton material.
- Wash and dry garments prior to painting to minimize fading.
- Put plastic or cardboard between layers of fabric before spraying to prevent bleeding through.
- Protect work area.
- Shake can well before spraying.
- Practice spraying on scrap material before you start your project.
- Hold can 6-8 inches away from your project. Begin spraying off the project and end spraying off the project. Pull the trigger back completely. Maintain even pressure on the trigger. In a slow circular motion, spray light thin layers. Apply additional coats for the desired color.
- Rinse nozzle between uses. Turn the can upside down and spray to clear the tube and nozzle of paint. Rinse with warm water.
*Please note the color on screen may vary from the actual spray paint color due to the calibration of your monitor as well as the material you choose to spray the paint on. If your project demands exact color matching we highly suggest testing on a hidden area first.
Only open one can at a time. We are not responsible for the results of your painting project and will not credit for used cans or damaged furniture.
Always test first. If you cannot paint-test the area, use water to see if it soaks in or beads up. If it beads up, do not continue painting and call us to return unopened cans.
Make sure to test on an unworn area. Stain-proofing tends to wear off over time where people sit. Test an area that gets little wear to ensure paint adheres to the entire project. You will also need
to determine how much paint you need.
Buttons and folds can be tricky to spray. We suggest rubbing in the paint with a rag as you spray to get all the nooks and crannies.
For Velvet The paint sticks to the hairs. Brush with cloth after it’s dry to soften.
For best results, the fabric must be dry, clean, and free of body oils.