Fabric & Textile UV Paint Set | Set of 8 Neon Black Light Glow Paints
These Powerful Paints, Our Neon Blacklight Paints, Film & Textile Uv Paint Set Set, 8 Neon Black Light Glow Paints Fluorescent Clothing Colors Glowing Fabric Tie Dye Paints
- Features bright colors that stand out under UV and black lights
- High opacity and vibrancy makes them visible on all backgrounds
- The paints can withstand washing and ironing that makes them long-lasting
- The size of the bottles may run small
Analysis of 500+ reviews for Fabric & Textile UV Paint Set | Set of 8 Neon Black Light Glow Paints
BestViewsReviews analyzed 4,865 reviews for 18 products in the Fabric & Textile Paints category.
We analyzed a total of 516 reviews for this product out of which, 454 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 38% reviews were positive while around 62% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Fabric & Textile UV Paint Set | Set of 8 Neon Black Light Glow Paints
This product received a total score of 9.25 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 6 features:
Users of this product said
I like these paints, but I was frustrated that I only needed the pink and not the other two because I used a make sponge to apply the paint to a black t-shirt.
There are eight different shades of water based creativity in every box, and you also get imagination in the form of UV ReACTIVE PAINT, which is a harmful form of UV rays.
It's great for allergies, great for a head high, and great for a hassle to assemble, but not recommended for food coloring.
The T shirt looked great and my granddaughter was very happy with it, it was easy to use and the colours were great.
The paints were very effective and the package was good, with a range of colors. There were no problems, but the seller offered to resolve any if there were any.
Question & Answers
Do they need black light at all times or do they have it charged up?
The paints don't need to be charged, they glow under black lights and look like regular paint under normal light.
Is the outside water proof?
I used it to make a costume and it's still in good condition after being washed.
Is it possible to work like a fabric dye?
You have to paint it onto the clothes in designs in order to dye an entire article of clothing.
Do you need to do anything to set it, like heat with an iron or blowdryer, after painting it on the fabric?
I put them in the dryer for a few minutes, but one of the pieces I washed had all the paint come off, so I didn't wash it.
Is the paint oil based or water based?
Don't most paints that are oil based have the oil sitting on top and you have to shake it to mix it in?