Best selling glow in the dark fabrics in 2020
Why do you need fluorescent fabric ?
Many occasions call for glow in the dark fabric.
You could for instance design Fourth of July T-shirts with glow in the dark stars sewn on to them. Imagine how patriotic you will seem when wearing this T-shirt in the evening ! You can make these T-shirts for your children as well. They will not just love them, but it will also be easier for you to keep an eye on them with the fluorescent details !
For Halloween, we recommend getting some glow in the dark cloth to become the perfect glowing ghost ! Just trow it over your head, cut out two eye-holes and a mouth and scare the hell out of everyone you encounter !
Frequently asked questions about fluorescent fabric
Glow in the dark fabric needs to be exposed to direct light between 5 and 15 minutes to be able to release energy (light) up to 8 hours.
This kind of pajamas are perfectly safe to wear. The only problem that you might encounter is that your child is so infatuated by the light that it will keep looking at his pajamas until the light fades out, many hours later … So your child might seem tired in the morning !
Glow in the dark fabric is perfectly safe. The material that emits the glow is not radioactive, it’s phosphor, an element that absorbs energy. It only releases light after having been exposed to a fair amount of bright light. Fabric or cloth that has been treated with phosphor doesn’t feel any less soft or comfortable than regular items.
The element phosphorus is added to cloth or fabric. This element has the ability to soak up and store energy from any bright light source, like the sun or a bright lamp. So when it has been exposed to light it can release this energy as light later on. It will glow very brightly in the beginning and fade out over time, as the amount of stored energy decreases.
Yes you can wash glow in the dark fabric just like any other regular piece of clothing or fabric. The process the fabric undergoes makes certain that the used pigment stays in the fabric after being washed. These pigments can usually withstand up to 100 wash cycles, so this brings you already a long way. Glow in the dark fabric items can also be ironed, but it is recommended to use a steam iron.