Glow1Glass

Glow in the dark glass supplies for artists & crafters!

Portland, Oregon
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Announcement    ***Please note that USPS is still experiencing shipping delays. I promise I do not select “the scenic route” on the shipping form!

I do my best to get your package shipped out as quickly as possible. (I know the excitement of ordering something and wanting it ASAP!)

Also, if you feel that the shipping seems a bit high, please contact me and I can confirm the actual shipping charge. Sometimes the shipping charge gets a bit wonky for no reason. I Always refund any excess shipping charges as well as combine multiple orders to save on shipping. ***

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Last updated on May 7, 2022

***Please note that USPS is still experiencing shipping delays. I promise I do not select “the scenic route” on the shipping form!

I do my best to get your package shipped out as quickly as possible. (I know the excitement of ordering something and wanting it ASAP!)

Also, if you feel that the shipping seems a bit high, please contact me and I can confirm the actual shipping charge. Sometimes the shipping charge gets a bit wonky for no reason. I Always refund any excess shipping charges as well as combine multiple orders to save on shipping. ***

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About Glow1Glass

Sales 985
On Etsy since 2020

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  • Christine Ciesluk

    Owner

    I am a glass artist that loves to create. I consider myself to be somewhat of a mad scientist that likes to push the boundaries! If it glows and/or sparkles... I love it! I love to play with different mediums of art and frequently combine them.

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Last updated on May 11, 2022
Frequently asked questions
How do I change (or tighten) the discs on my Nipeze?

A 5/32 hex key is what you will need. If you find that the wheels are becoming dull (the break is no longer clean) rotate the wheels for a new cutting edge.

How do I charge the glow in the dark items?

In order for Glow in the Dark items to properly glow, they will need to be charged.  Charging is done with a light source. An ultraviolet light will always charge them quickly and to their full brightness.  Not all light sources will give you the same length of glow or brightness.

I recommend a UV light (blacklight) or the sun.  

I have found that some windows have a  coating on them that prevents the glow from being charged.   I have also learned that some street lights and indoor lighting that emit light in the blue region of the colour spectrum also do not charge the glow.

Why the green glow?

The human eye is particularly sensitive to green light... so green appears brightest to us. Green phosphor also absorbs a wide range of wavelengths of light to produce a glow. Other colors require specific wavelengths of light to work. Green is easy to charge, long lasting and bright!