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Seven Reasons Why HOLLYWOOD Scenic Professionals Consistently Choose Wildfire Luninescent Paints When Creating Black Light Effects.

  1. Wildfire Luminescent Paints have the highest pigment concentration of any UV paint available, which makes them light up brilliantly under black light.

  2. They can be applied to nearly any prepared surface. Canvas, paper, plaster, metal, wood, plastic, masonry, fabric—in short, any clean, non-slick and non-oily substrate will work great if primed properly.

  3. Wildfire Luminescent Paint applies like ordinary latex paint. You can brush it, roll it, spray it, smear it, splatter it, drip it, or however the right-brain wants to do it!

  4. Our paints are water-based which makes clean-up a breeze. Furthermore, they are completely non-toxic: NO lead. NO mercury. NO toxic chemicals. And no awful smell, either.

  5. Unlike cheap brands, Wildfire Luminescent Paints will NOT shift colors when switching from ordinary light to ultraviolet light. We use a special color-balanced formulation for assuring consistent color quality.

  6. Wildfire Luminescent Paints mix well with each other and with other water-based acrylic paints (such as Modern Masters) giving you access to every color shade imaginable—even subtle earth tones.

  7. Despite Wildfire’s unquestioned superiority over other similar products, our prices are surprisingly competitive.

In short, WILDFIRE Luminescent Paints are reliable, flexible, easy-to-use, and yet affordable—making them the perfect choice for UV artists, whether working on the latest HOLLYWOOD Blockbuster, or in the private studio.

"With Wildfire paints, you don't have to use as many coats of paint to achieve a solid UV effect. Competitors sell cheaper paints that end up costing you more in terms of time—adding additional coats of paint trying to get the effect that you could achieve with fewer coats of Wildfire paint. And the truth is, it's never as strong an effect as it is with Wildfire paint, no matter how many coats you use!"

Tim Glass
Black Light Photographer

See "Learning Resources" sidebar for more information on how to use Wildfire Luminescent Paints.

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