Photoluminescent pigments or phosphorescent pigments are commonly referred to as glow-in-the-dark pigments.
They have the ability to absorb energy and store it. Once the light source is removed, they begin to give up that stored energy in the form of light. The most common glow is the yellow-green or blue-green shade.
Our photoluminescent pigment is non-toxic, harmless, non-radioactive, and has higher luminosity and longer afterglow time compared to traditional photoluminescent pigments.