Posted by jessica on 29th Oct 2014
Fast post and very good quality
SAVED MY HALLOWEEN.
Posted by Allen Foster on 24th Oct 2014
Fantastic product. Strong glow and very workable. Exactly what I needed. Thanks so much
Posted by Allen on 21st Oct 2014
I received the package and it's bloody brilliant! It just took my Halloween Haunt up a notch.
Thank you so much :)
INVISIBLE UV PAINT I ORDERED YESTERDAY ARRIVED THIS MORNING
Posted by Unknown on 28th Sep 2014
The invisible UV paint I ordered yesterday arrived this morning just as you promised.
To get receive a product delivered from QLD to VIC within a couple of hours of it being ordered, is a credit to the way you do business.
I will definitely be dealing with you again.
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Oct 2014
Self adhesive glow in the dark tape does appear to work quite well. It requires sunlight to charge it up. Main drawback is that the brightness fades once the light source is gone and fades away almost completely after an hour.
THE PAINTS ARE AMAZING!
Posted by Kirsty on 25th Sep 2014
Good morning Paul,
The paints are amazing! We can't wait to use them next week!
Thank you for your help
Posted by Fred on 25th Sep 2014
Iam sure you are marketing your product to the military for uses aboard ships and also toward emergency services police, fire and search and rescue. I believe underwater divers could benefit as well. For that matter anyone that works underground. When mines and caves are without a light fixture and are in need of a emergency path to follow is where the painted arrows would come in handy. Also aboard all future spacecraft. Aircraft of all types could have painted arrows or location of hatches. I have a ton of ideas. Well good going with your product, Fred
- Hi there,
I am an entomologist working on ecology of insects (beetles, pest of sugarcane). Our beetles are 3 cm long and 1 cm large (photo below) and I am looking for a good technique to mark them and follow them at night in different trees (where they feed and mate before returning to sugarcane fields to lay their eggs). After flying to the trees at night the beetles stay one week or 2 on these trees…and I would like to study their behaviour at night. What pigments or fluorescent powder or paint could I use on these beetles to help me locate them in the tree? I intend to do my experiment on series of 10 beetles which mean that I have to use different colour as well.
Thank you very much for your information and advice on a technology and material I could use (I have been on your website, truly amazing!).
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