Glow-On Gun Sights Paint: This is how you do it.

Glow-On Gun Sights Paint: This is how you do it.

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    Lightbulb Glow-On Gun Sights Paint: This is how you do it.

    Could you please post some method how to apply this paint over my sights?
    I just got mine, it looks very promising, i opened the envelope while I was on the driveway and when I got inside the house it was glowing already, I'm very impressed.
    Robert T. Ca

    Please read the instruction included, on the instructions sheet and under the labeling card.


    -Important is to make sure you stir the paint very well some particles, are heavy and they go to the bottom of the vial.
    -Use the wooden stick included, it's efficient.
    -Basically grab a small drop set it over the spot and let it dry.
    -Apply a clear coat layer over it to protect and make it easier to clean.
    -it dries in minutes to the touch, but, (important) you let it cure for two days before you try to scratch it or holster your gun.
    -after it dries, it basically becomes a synthetic cement.
    -Top remove it, grab the back of a thin wooden brush and push hard to dislodge it. it can be softened with a drop of acetone, very carefully.


    Here's a sequence on a pistol with very worn out sights.
    Go with the glow


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    Here's the same sequence on a long gun plain iron sights:
    Go with the glow

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    While a small 2.3 ml vial is enough for your gun sights, if your project involves painting fishing lures, a medium 4.6 ml vial is the best choice or, a large 9.2 ml.


    Here is a sequence on a fishing lure:
    Go with the glow

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    Got any colors? Yes of course. Help yourself


    Go with the glow

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    I just received mine in the mail, excellent delivery time, followed the directions, and it works per advertised ...put
    It on the front sight post of my AR15 .... Used a toothpick and applied three light coats, shaped it carefully, let each dry about 30-60 minutes ... I used it on three posts, they even stand out better in daylight, really stands out in dark conditions after you
    Charge it .... Fine product ....

    Paul

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