White undercoat before applying fluorescence on black latex?


Grovebough

New Member
Hey! I want to apply fluorescent paint on the claws of these latex gloves. I've never applied fluorescence on black before and I get the feeling that maybe it's a good idea to first apply a white undercoat on the claws in order to increase the fluorescent effect. Does this make any sense and is it a good idea?
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udog

Active Member
It does make sense. Usually these paints need a white base underneath to work.
At least the ones I´ve used.
 

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