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    Hello! I'm looking for a good vendor of uv reactive paint. Any suggestions? Thanks!
     

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    Dayglo (www.dayglostore.com) is by far the best UV reactive paint that we have found and we use it on all UV/3D attractions that we do.
    Katie Lane
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    Thanks for the advice!!
     

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    OK, I ordered the paint from Dayglo... Now what should I use to seal it? It will be on wood, and will be outdoors. The clearcoat on the Dayglo site says it kills the UV reactive properties of the paint, so I definitely don't want that! Any suggestion, oh wise paint sages??
     

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    I have a 40 x 8'mural on my pirate house. It gets covered by black plastic during the week. Any sealer to keep it from fading in the sun is UV blocker. so it will kill the effect.
    Allen H
     

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    Modern Masters has a product sold under their Wildfire line that will not affect the UV properties...maybe you should check into that. Also Ronan Vinyl-Cote UV absorber should work...
     

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