Making glow-in-the-dark wood – Once the wood was prepared, we sealed off the edges with tape and got to work mixing clear resin and Eli-Glow photo-luminescent pigment powder.
The resin is self-levelling and free-flowing so it is able to penetrate the voids and gaps relatively easily.
Once poured and spread into the cracks and voids we left the resin to cure. The glow effect is visible in partial light right from the beginning, even before the resin sets hard.
Photo-luminescent pigments will absorb U.V energy from daylight ( or interior lighting ) and release the energy back out in darkness. The energy released comes in the form of a long-lasting ambient glow.
These revolutionary pigments represent cutting-edge technology in energy-zero and self-sustaining lighting.
The glow will last for more than 10hrs after as little as 30mins exposure to daylight.