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COE 90/ VitroScrap XL- GREEN Glow/ Rainbow Glow in the Dark VitroScrap

COE 90/ VitroScrap XL- GREEN Glow/ Rainbow Glow in the Dark VitroScrap

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What is VitroScrap XL?

When you do a vitrigraph pull, there is a puck of glass left in the “pot” when you are done. (I’m using the term “pot” loosely. People use many different things to do a vit pull.) This puck of glass has a lot of great color movement and flow.

I have had a number of artists asks for this glass to use in their own work. I also use these glass chunks in my own creations. (The pocket hearts for example!)

This listing is for single piece of Rainbow Glow in the Dark 90 COE VitroScrap XL. The glow in these pieces are green.

Please select your piece from the drop down menu.

B - 4.2 ounces

D - 2.2 ounces

F - 2.7 ounces

G - 1.1 ounces

To break up larger pieces use: your mosaic nippers; your glass cutter (use the metal ball to tap on the score line to break off!); or a hammer also works (and is strangely therapeutic!) Just remember to wear eye protection!!

All my vitrigraph is hand pulled in the PNW by me using Bullseye Glass.

All photos are of an actual batch and are as true to color as possible. 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.

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!

Why the green glow?

The human eye is particularly sensitive to green light... so green appears brightest to us. Green phosphor also absorbs a wide range of wavelengths of light to produce a glow. Other colors require specific wavelengths of light to work. Green is easy to charge, long lasting and bright!

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