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Here’s a very short video on how to make a ghost reflective using Lightning Brand Reflective Paint from COLE SAFETY PRODUCTS. Go to Colezoom.com to see customer pictures and ideas.
First thing, do not mix reflective glass beads into paint or cover them with a clear coat as this will negate or greatly reduce reflectivity. Reflective glass beads must be the first layer to receive light in order to reflect … Continue reading