"Krylon Glowz. Glow-in-the-dark paint that recharges with exposure to light." I want to try a paint like this on smooth, large river rocks to create a "lighted" pathway in my garden, highlight landscaping features. I am also playing with the idea of painting recycled bottles and hang them along my fence. Free lights, if it works as promised :-)
Bring eye-catching décor to the table by turning your charger plates into reflective pieces with Krylon Looking Glass. This project is simple: all you'll need is a can of Krylon Looking Glass and a few items you probably already have at home. Follow the step-by-step to #MakeItYours.
Make your own Mercury glass! All you need is 1/2 vinegar and 1/2 water in a spray bottle, and spray until droplets appear. Then, spray Krylon Looking Glass spray paint over top. Blot after 30 seconds. Repeat until desired look is created ~The Decor Vault~ www.facebook.com/thedecorvault