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yes...it does...beautifully. WAIT! I THOUGHT THAT SAID "GLOW"! In which case...SHIT!

Radium Radium boot polish

Radium Toothpaste. Germany. On the back of the product’s tube it stated that ‘radioactive radiation increases the defenses of teeth and gums… cells are loaded with new life energy, the destroying effect of bacteria is hindered… it gently polishes the dental enamel and turns it white and shiny.’

Glow in the dark tie: "By Day a Lovely Swank Tie . . By Night a Call to Love in Glowing Words."

drink radio-active water - ad for 'the revigator', 1920s [uranium-infused crock to make water radioactive before drinking]. I have a blue one in mint condition in its original box. As far as the radium it is not as big a health concern as the heavy metals that leech from the pottery into the water. Therefore, I don't use it.

blow up barbie furniture...a little tickle in my mind says i had some of this...

... huffing the furniture wax? by x-ray delta one, via Flickr

Excelsior Metal Polish for polishing and cleaning cutlery, brass, copper, tin ware and all bright steel and metal work. [front] by Boston Public Library, via Flickr

QT... if you wanted that orange glow! I remember the smell of this, that was nice, the "tan" not so much! MJ

I don't always pin, but when I do I pin 5,000 things in one sitting! LOL - so true!