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COE 90 / Purple Glow in the Dark sheet glass/ Pink during the day, purple glow at night/Purple Cotton Candy

COE 90 / Purple Glow in the Dark sheet glass/ Pink during the day, purple glow at night/Purple Cotton Candy

Regular price $21.60 USD
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This listing is for 1 sheet of Glow in the Dark glass. It looks pink during the day and glows purple at night! Please select the size from the drop down menu. It is handmade here in small batches in the Pacific North West.

As an artist, I understand the need for unique glass for your projects. This is what fuels my desire to create unique glass! This glass is a bit thicker than a standard sheet of glass. It is closer to 3.5 to 4mm in thickness. (It will vary due to the handmade nature). Each sheet is larger than the specified size. During the firing process the edges curl up a bit. Because of this, I cut the sheets larger so that you have the full specified area to work with!

One side of the glass is smoother than the other. This is the side I recommend you cut on. Also, if you are doing copper foil overlays, I also recommend apply the foil on the smoother side. When you flux, patina and wax this glass, caution is needed. As stained glass artists know, textured glass will stain easily. I include an instructional handout in all orders.

If you need a larger volume (or different size!) than I have listed, please do not hesitate to reach out to me.

Due to the many variations in monitors and browsers, colors may appear different on different monitors. I can not guarantee that the color you see on your device is the same as in person.

In order for Glow in the Dark items to properly glow, they will need to be charged. Charging is done with a light source. An ultraviolet light will always charge them quickly and to their full brightness. Not all light sources will give you the same length of glow or brightness.

This glass loves to be charged with the sun or an intense UV light (blacklight).

Glow in the dark glass has phosphorescence... meaning it contains a special substance called phosphor. Phospors give off visible light after being energized. (This means that they have to soak up light for a while before they will glow!) I use strontium aluminate which is a new phosphate that allows a "super" glow! It stores about 10 times more light than zinc sulfate (Another type of phosphor used to create glow in the dark items). As a result... the glow lasts longer!

**** Please note, that the shipping has been off for sheet glass. If you want an accurate quote, please contact me. I always refund ALL shipping charge overages! INTERNATIONAL ORDERS PLEASE CONTACT ME! Those have been very off!****

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