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  1. #196
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    This is not your grandfather's glow paint guys.
    No disrespect intended.
    The product dries to a solid state and hardens to the consistency of synthetic concrete.
    A long-lasting material has an afterglow which will last for at least fifteen years.



    Go with the glow

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    Happy Sunday, February 25, 2018.


    I know for a fact, when I take these photos, that there is no other product in the market with which I can do this:




    Go with the glow

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    I personally prefer to do it the easy way: Just cover the whole of the Rear sights and a big generous paint bead a the front:


    Glow-On Original here.




    But if you are meticulous enough and have a steady hand you can try the "masking tape method":





    A sharp X-Acto knife to trim a perfect square U type rear sights.





    Which looks like this in the end:

    Go with the glow

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    But of course, the easiest way is to just place three generous beads of paint. Two at the rear and one at the front.


    Here Glow-Orange and Glow-On Original.








    the glow-On Red and Glow-On Original.



    Go with the glow

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    Good evening everyone, Tuesday, February 27, 2018.


    We're still here!
    and still talking about Glow-On colors
    I took the handguns out last night.


    Check this small colt with a big red dot on the rear and a green dot on the front.
    It doesn't get simpler than this guys...Just two dots!




    Go with the glow

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    Here is the aforementioned handgun.
    First with a U square on the rear, which we removed for everyone to notice the difference.






    This is what the big red dot looks like:








    And again, the big red dot in the dark.





    This looks so good that it deserves its own thread.
    Go with the glow

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    Glow-On Blue on three dots...

    Go with the glow

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    Quick reminder here to compare colors to each other.
    There is an advantage to taking pictures in the studio because one can control the light conditions.
    There is an advantage to taking pictures under natural light conditions because the product has to be effective naturally.


    Go with the glow

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    The possibilities.
    We saved a load of money using Glow-On on these handguns.



    Go with the glow

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    How does it worK?


    It's very simple:
    it absorbs in energy from light or heat for a few seconds and then it releases it slowly during for a period of hours.


    I like to compare it to filling a paper cup under a large water faucet in a second and then drink it one drop at a time for hours.


    Here we have three lamps, they look alike.



    We turn the lights on for a sec and turn them off.
    We can see now one lamp has Glow-On around the LED cells.


    ow, those of you who ow watches with similar materials know you don't have to charge it all the time, there is plenty of light in this world to keep them working efficiently most of the time.
    Want to rekindle the glow to the max? Just expose it for a few seconds.






    That is how Glow-On works
    Go with the glow

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    Still talking about colors..Glow-On Original on the rear and Glow-On Yellow o the front.
    No handgun is too small.

    Go with the glow

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    This job was done by a respectable member of this forum.
    A great job IMO.



    Go with the glow

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    The Glow-On application is the simplest of procedures really.
    No tools needed, you use the same gun sights, save money..


    Important tips:
    Just make sure to clean the area with alcohol and a clean paper towel.
    Add a generous bead of paint.
    There is a learning curve, be patient and you'll get results.




    Keep in mind, Glow-On is a quick affordable upgrade designed to cover white dots or plain gunsights.
    It will save you money, especially if you own several firearms.


    Before:





    After:








    If you apply it ver pain irons, performance gunsights, etc.
    lt it dry for about 20-30 minutes and use the wide side of the applicator and flatten it to create a small circle.
    Here is the process.







    When you cover white dots build a generous bead of Glow-On, let it dry for 20-30 minutes.
    At that point, the consistency is like soft putty.
    Take the wooden applicator and flatten it to create small flat dots.
    Flatten it softly.


    If you don't like the results, just pry it off and do it again.




    Go with the glow

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    Black and white movies are in the past...
    We want colors, intense colors, colors that GLOW!







    Glow-On Original and Yellow here:




    Go with the glow

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    GLow-On Blue and Aqua have similar afterglow colors.
    But Aqua 's afterglow is slightly brighter.




    Aqua





    Blue



    But, Blue has a blue color in daytime:






    Aqua is white in the daytime.



    Go with the glow

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