The glow-in-the-dark feature of our prints can be amazing if it’s charged and viewed correctly. Further, we will present three methods we have discovered to view the maximum glow potential of your LightFairy glow-in-the-dark canvas wall art.
In this case, you will have to take your painting off the wall. Put it in the sun for one minute, outside or indoors if it’s near a large window. It’s ok even if it’s a bit cloudy.
Light up the print for one minute with a powerful lamp, which is positioned about 3 feet away, so the light is even across the whole image.
If the previous two options are not viable, take a powerful flashlight and light up the whole surface of the print. This can be done by holding the flashlight 8-10 inches away and moving it up and down, similar to a paintbrush, so the print is charged section by section.
Please note: what you do after charging the print is maybe the most important. After it stops receiving intense light, the glowing varnish starts the energy-release process right away. This process lasts for at least 6 hours but drops gradually in intensity. To experience the maximum glow effect, you will have to put the painting in complete darkness right away. It’s important not to have any other light source in the room, because it will seriously affect our perception of the glow-in-the-dark effect.
We are aware that these 3 actions are maybe not the most convenient things to do, but they will definitely provide you with an idea of the potential of your canvas print. This way you will know what to expect from the glow-in-the-dark feature based on the placing of the wall art, the way it’s been charged and how you view it.