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BigRob57 said:
Hello, could you please let me know if it's possible to get a blue glow paint that is as bright as your original Glowon
The reality is the glow in our products acts very much like light. A red lamp or blue lamps don't seem to illuminate as much as yellow or green lamps. All lamps being of the same wattage.

The problem is with human vision, not the material itself.
Some colors are easily perceived while other colors look less intense.

Here is a photo which explains what I mean.

The Original up front is brightest and the rest follow in order to the left towards red and to the right towards violet....





 

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For your evaluation more photos.

the first one under indirect day light, the second under a black ultra violet light, the last one in complete darkness.





 

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What does this all mean?
Well, first we have more choices because we all have different needs.
some users prefer some colors, while some might have a limitation and they can't perceive some colors.
For fishermen, of course avid fishermen, the type who goes to secret spots for a great catch, they know how some fish prefers certain colors, salmon likes link I think.

But now lets put it all together.

Lets check the small tutorial below and then add a color. That's it!

 

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