How much Glow-On gun sights paint do I need, how dense this paint is?

How much Glow-On gun sights paint do I need, how dense this paint is?

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    How much Glow-On gun sights paint do I need, how dense this paint is?

    Hello. After some recommendations from my team mates I've decided to try your product, What size do you recommend for me to buy? I might use the product on some projects like fish lures and spoons.


    Ken M.

    Hello Ken, thanks for the question.


    For gun sights only, please buy the smallest 2.3 ml vial, anything bigger would be an overkill.


    If you plan to share with friends or maybe have 2-3 fishing spoons you'd like to enhance, then get the medium size 4.6 ml.
    This size is appropriate also for very small projects like bead art, fashion jewelry, small models, nail art, etc.


    The large 9.2 ml will be more than sufficient for a dozen or more fishing lures.
    We recommend to apply dots arranged in lines over your lures, since luminescence in nature usually has this form.
    A number of projects can be executed with this size presentation.


    Usage tip: Buy only the amount you presently need. the smaller the vial the short the usable life of the product.
    Changes on atmospheric pressure and temperature will help the paint do what it's supposed to: To dry.






    Go with the glow


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    Glow-on is a very dense paint product

    One can appreciate on this photos the density of our product.
    Notice the small the shrinkage as a consequence of the normal drying process.
    The shrinkage is minimal.


    Go with the glow

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