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On this picture we applied Glow-On to a small rubberized glue pad.
The purpose s to show the density and the fact that it dries to a solid consistency.



You could, if you got the idea, create your application on the glue pad and then transfer it via super Glue Gel to any surface.
You could cut it or trim it, etc before you apply it

 

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I am currently anticipating switching my sights to Trijicon HD's. I would love to add a very light coat to the rear sights for daytime use,but fear it would affect the tritium. If I place a light coat on the rear, would the tritium still shine through? Thank you I'll eagerly be anticipating your reply.


Glow-On is opaque and it will block the glow of the tritium vials.
It's better to leave the tritium sights alone, if they have a warranty any change could void it.
I would leave the Glow-On for other pieces for which any upgrade is either, too expensive or just hard or impossible to find.
Gow-On is an alternative.

Some users use both along, in fact just like Powerman suggests.

It might take several tries o get it right.
the good thing is that Glow-On is water based and while it's wet it can be just washed off or wiped off.
Once it dries, allow a few days to figure out if the work done is something that works for you.
you can scratch it off and do it again. Use a wooden object like the handle of a thin brush for this, metallic objects always leave scratch marks.
When you are happy with it, then use some transparent nail polish and apply a layer over the Glow-On.
It takes a week or so to cure and hardened.


Orange Sherbet or Hot Pink colors are porbably the best for options this job.


Thanks for the support.


P.S.
Here is an astounding example of workmanship IMO.
Some guys are incredibly talented.
Or they simply don't stop until they get what they want, ha, ha!










 

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One great thing about a small vial of Glow-On, is that one takes care of several firearms at once!


 

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Glow-On is visible in dark conditions, in the presence of light one might not see the glow...however, if there is light, we don't need the glow, right?

A great picture from a Glow-On user:
 

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For maximum glow I recommend the Glow-On Original.
But, if you have a specific color in mind, we might have it!


 

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A couple more examples of what a couple of drops of Glow-On can do for your firearm gun sights:

 
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