Daler-Rowney Simply Glow in the Dark Paint 75ml

Product Code: P021951

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Description

This Glow in the Dark paint from Daler-Rowney can be used on most surfaces including paper, primed canvas and prepared plastics, wood and metal.

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Q&A (4)
Q What color does this paint dry? Is it more clear or closer to a white?
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This paint dries with a very light green semi-transparent colour.

Q What brush should I use to paint acrylic?
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The versatility of acrylic paint means it can be applied in various ways, using either brushes, foam, palette knives and even sponges. The best kind of brush to use depends on the desired outcome. A soft synthetic brush for example will work well for a smooth application of paint, whereas a hard bristled synthetic or hog brush will create a more pronounced brush stroke. Brushes with good ‘spring’ are ideal for use with acrylic paint as they have the strength required to lift the paint.

Q What are the benefits of painting acrylic as oppose to oil or watercolour?
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All three types of painting offer very different experiences. Acrylic paint is a versatile media, available in varied forms and viscosities. It can be applied onto many different surfaces and with a variety of mediums, making experimenting with acrylic both easy and satisfying. It is also water mixable and fast drying, which presents the artist with a fuss-free approach to painting.

Q Hi, im new to glow in the dark paint, i was just wondering if you use this tube to mix with normal paints to make them glow?
A

Mixing the paints unfortunately will not provide the same effect in different colours, you may get a slight glow but it would most likely be quite weak, and a murky colour. 

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28th October 2016 Reviewed by Emma Bradbury first impressions are good, have only used it to give it a test rather than in a full painting so time will tell.

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7th June 2016 Reviewed by Heidi Vilkman Not very effective at all, even after several coats.

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1st June 2016 Reviewed by Erin Oldfield A lot of fun

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4th August 2015 Reviewed by Cheryl Scobie just a fun paint to add some different touches to my paintings, very cheap for the paint so happy with this & look forward to using it

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2nd September 2014 Reviewed by Amy Nihad good product

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7th August 2014 Reviewed by Tom Gillham Looks great but yet to use
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