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Glow-On Super Phosphorescent on a Beretta .
This specific set of sights had small dots so we trimmed the applicator; It's in the video.
So this is a small tutorial.
We are trying to address he basics.
If it doesn't work the first time try again and as many times you need to gee it right.
The product is water based, it can be wiped off easily before it dries.
It will take some time, days for this to cure, but, after it does it's hard as concrete.
Don't try to scratch it to test it, resist the temptation, it pays later.

This product works great on any type of sights.
Glow-On is an affordable do it yourself option.
There is a variety of options out there.

 

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Adhesion test. No gimmicks.
Just a plain chain set over an iron disk, no holes no glue, nothing but Glow-On.
Mind you we let this cure for 10 days.

 

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If the applicator is too wide for your taste, it can be trimmed with a small utility knife. I like X-Acto blades, a # 11 or # 2 work great.
 
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