Originally Posted by JBubbs
I'll give it another shot, the surface was definitely dry. I probably have to dilute it. You should sell it in some sort of syringe of sorts to fill in the dots on pistol sights.
Please don't dilute it, it will make the binder weak.
We tried ried fine nozzle bottler and syringes, they clog leading to waste.
There are big particles in the mix.
On a completely different note
Before you paint your gun sights, you'll want to know what exactly this product does, right?
Postpone the job for a few days and try this:
Put a few dots over any old shirt that you still like to wear. Especially if the shirt is the same you usually wear when you go to bed.
-When you go to the bathroom in the middle of the night, what do you see?
-If you're married what does your wife say about it?
*Glow-On will never come off fabric; it dries like a hard synthetic concrete.
Put a tiny dot of paint inside the kitchen sink. After just a few minutes, it will be waterproof. (don't try scratching it off just yet)
-When you go to the kitchen in the middle of the night what do you see?
-What does you wife say?
*try scratching it off the sink a week later, almost impossible.
Paint a tiny, tiny dot over your pillow cover and wait for your wife's reaction.
I don't suggest using your wife's pillow cover, you're going to get a reaction for sure.
*Make sure it's an old pillow cover or be ready to sleep in the doghouse.