Would it be safe to put glow-in-the-dark fabric paint on my spiderman lenses?

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Ectho

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I'm making a Miles Morales cosplay. I have been using Tulip's glow-in-the-dark fabric paint to do the web designs, and was wondering if I could apply it to the fabric I am using for the lenses to give it glow-in-the-dark eyes.
Would this work? And would it be safe?
 

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Kekkuda

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Fabric paints are meant to be non-toxic since they frequently come into contact with skin. That said, it might not stick to your lenses very well if they're made of plastic, but health-wise you should be fine. I would say you should experiment with it on a similar material to your lenses. The only concern I would have is chipping paint getting into your eyes, but if the paint actually adheres and is only used on the outside of the lens you should be good.
 

Grizwald200

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My suggestion is if your going for the white lenses being glow in the dark is using Rust-Oleum Specialty Spray Glow in the dark. I have used this product and as long as you follow the instructions when applying and apply it to a white surface you will get a really good glow that activates almost immediately after being exposed to sunlight or any UV light.
 

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