ULTRAVIOLET SENSITIVE PAINT is the leading edge in UV visual effect
paint for all the entertainment industries, including television and
motion picture studios, theme parks, and nightclubs. All Wildfire Fluorescent
Water-based Acrylic paints are color balanced for use under UV blacklight.
When the colors are intermixed, they create an unlimited color palette,
including earth tones. All colors dry to a smooth matte finish. Best
results are achieved when applied over a smooth, primed white surface.
Fluorescent colors are recommended for interior use only. Use our exclusive,
UV Inhibitor Varnish to help protect the fluorescent paint from destructive
UV-B and UV-C, while still allowing the paint to glow under UV-A blacklight.
visible and seven invisible colors
color balanced formulations
100% acrylic latex
VOC and non-toxic
acrylic UV inhibitor/Sealer
the most powerful luminescence available
a strong range of color tones for creative effects
color shift from white to ultraviolet light
binder and opacity when mixed with water
for a wide range of surfaces, including muslin, fabrics, plastic,
metal, and wood
intermixable for a wide palette of subtle hues, including fluorescent
to a smooth matte finish
for people and the environment
cleaned, washable, and UV-protected
surfaces —indoors and outdoors
Wildfire paints are 100% water-based and non-toxic. This permits easy
application and clean up. They can be brush, roll, or spray applied—just
like conventional acrylics. Supersaturated pigmentation creates the
most powerful luminescence available.
Wildfire paints look their best when applied to a smooth, properly primed
surface. Repair any nail holes or other defects first and then properly
prime the surface. We highly recommend using Zinsser’s Bullseye
1-2-3® primer-sealer to properly prime the surface.
Wildfire paints are water-based artist-quality 100% acrylics. They are
easily applied, just like conventional acrylics. Wildfire paints can
be brush, roll, or spray applied. To achieve the optimum appearance,
spray apply Wildfire paints.
Use a high-quality brush recommended for water-based semigloss paints.
Rolling: Use a high-quality medium nap roller.
Spraying: Use an HVLP spray gun with an air compressor. When spraying,
be sure to use a properly fitting NIOSH approved breathing mask. Wildfire
paints can be thinned up to 40% with water for proper spray viscosity
for airbrush use. IMPORTANT NOTE: Thin gradually over thinning will
cause loss of hide.
Coverage: One gallon/3.78 liters will cover approximately 200 to 250
square feet/19 to 23 square meters.
Film Properties: Drying time at 70°F and 50%RH: Dry-to-touch is
in approximately ½ hour. Re-coat time is in approximately one
hour. Full cure is in approximately 24 hours. Lower temperature and
higher humidity will lengthen the dry and cure times.