#39846
jerryatrophy
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    @jerryatrophy

Who knows the fact from fiction when it comes to glow in the dark pigments?
I am not talking about uv pigments and blacklights.
I know the general concensus is that noone does it because the pigment’s have to be handmade. And the biggest thing being the effects of carcinogenic compounds such as phosphorus.

Does anybody know anything about this subject?

#131979
ArniVidar
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Isn’t the biggest problem that of unknown future health concerns? It might kill you in decade or it might now.. does anybody know?


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#131984
Sam-I-Am
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I know that people that hand pained Glow-In-The-Dark clock and watch faces ended up with radiation poisoning.


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#131985
jerryatrophy
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    @jerryatrophy
ArniVidar;119130 wrote:
Isn’t the biggest problem that of unknown future health concerns? It might kill you in decade or it might now.. does anybody know?

Youre right. Id never do it unless it was fullproof and safe. Its a rad idea. Just wish it were safe.
I justvdidnt know if there have been any advances.

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