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Glow-in-the-dark tile

Posted by jbremodeler (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 11, 08 at 11:21

Is there such a thing called "Glow in the dark tile"? If so, how to install them? Is there anyone who has any complaints and/or possitive feed back on this?

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RE: Glow-in-the-dark tile

I know Vidrepur (sp?) makes commercially available glow tile. Never used it. Came close though.

There are glow in the dark glazes, a craft store nearby has those. They have DIY sessions, you can glaze blank tiles, they fire them, then it's yours. I've seen glow in the dark done that way in person, it's pretty neat.

Laticrete makes glow in the dark grout. I've used that in a bathroom on a raised curb. Looks "normal" when the lights are one, but glows when dark. That was done as an anti toe stubber. Looked pretty neat as well.


RE: Glow-in-the-dark tile

A true greatful dead fan would be proud! Here's one link, there are many others. Google it!

Here is a link that might be useful: glow in the dark tile

RE: Glow-in-the-dark tile

deadhead here..sierraeast!!

I'd rather the tiles light up when I step on them..
like in that michale jackson video

RE: Glow-in-the-dark tile

" I'd rather the tiles light up when I step on them..
like in that michale jackson video"

That would be hot! There's been some creative and out of the box features in homebuilds throughout the years, that would be over the top. Jerry would be proud!

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