The fluorescent paint gives the surfaces a shining appearance

Fluorescent Paint

The fluorescent paint has always been a highly requested product. Initially it was mainly used to paint road signs and safety devices. Now the product is very fashionable and is used to give a shiny and original appearance to a wide range of surfaces.

This paint is suitable for indoor use: by their nature, the fluorescent colors are not suitable for outdoor use. The matte finish of the gloss paint gives a smooth result and of excellent quality, especially on large surfaces.
Tips for the application of the paint
The fluorescent paint can be solvent-based or water-based. The solvent-based is recommended for a professional use. Cromas has made a special formula that gives the surfaces a fluorescent appearance and soft to the touch.

To obtain the maximum fluorescence, it is recommended to apply the fluorescent paint on a white base. In this way, colors will stand out and it will be possible to obtain the typical highlighter effect. Cromas gives the customer the chance to choose between the following colors: yellow, acid green, green, orange, red, fuchsia and blue.

The product is suitable for industry and craftsmanship, and can be applied on wood, metal, glass and plastic materials. There are a lot of applications and include helmets of various kinds, pots' handles, electronic instruments, lamps, furniture and wooden panels . Obviously, it is possible to paint also walls if they are within closed spaces. The fluorescent paint, in fact, is not suitable for outdoor use.

Difference between fluorescence and phosphorescence
It is necessary to point out the difference between these two luminous phenomena. In both cases, the pigments within the color absorb the ultraviolet radiation (not visible to the human eye), and then emit them in the visible spectrum.

The main difference is in the time of release. The effect given by a fluorescent paint ends as soon as the light source is removed; in the case of the phosphorescence, for a certain period of time the light continues to be emitted (that's why it is possible to see the phosphorescent colors even in the darkness.

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