After wandering through the warehouse, with a black light and the electric cord ending up wrapping around my legs, it seems white cloth or things washed in modern detergent are the things to have. Lots of paper labels and for some reason Sherwin Williams Masking tape glows.
An article I found shows many detergents, not just woolite will work. http://www.atsko.com/articles/clothi...-acu-army.html
White cob webs, painters cloths and rags, reems of white material from a fabric store? Maybe just glued over things?
I'm wondering if a solution of clear or white school glue mixed with water and woolite could become a paint. Since it is only going to be used for a short time. White paint with woolite might lessen the effect some as titanium dioxide and calcium carbonate fillers are UV blockers.
Things that do not work are white paint, chaulk or even titanium dioxide tint, I actually have all this stuff and all kinds of white powders and all of them are for construction, not medical purposes. It has to have the phosporus in it. Everything esle is a wild neon florescent color at the art store, chaulk for kids and air brush paints.
Last edited by Greg Chrise; 10-17-2012 at 12:19 AM.
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