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Forums > Technical Discussion > Are there toys such as real glow whips?????

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Jeunau
BRONZE Member since Nov 2004

newbie
Location: england, devon, exeter

Total posts: 14
Posted:are there glow whips?? do you have to make them or can you buy them?? please help me i must know. ubbloco ubbloco ubbloco

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mtbeer
GOLD Member since Aug 2004

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Location: Charlotte, NC, USA

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Posted:Hmmm... EL wire might just work. I have also seen some glow fabric before but it was expensive. I'm not sure if either one of those would hold up for more than a few good cracks.

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Skulduggery
GOLD Member since Aug 2004

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Location: Wales

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Posted:You could make one out of UV reactive fabric or dip a whip in UV reactive dye and use it under a UV lamp. Other than that I don't think much will survive the whipping action.

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Cody
SILVER Member since Sep 2003

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That guy from Reno
Location: Reno, Nevada USA

Total posts: 556
Posted:My brother wove one himself out of UV reactive cord. Cracks real nice too. An easy UV reactive dip is Tide or any laundry detergent. Try it smile

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Jeunau
BRONZE Member since Nov 2004

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Location: england, devon, exeter

Total posts: 14
Posted:Thanks. i might just try dyeing a whip. thanks for your help. cool thankx

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native
SILVER Member since Jun 2004

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sleeping with angels
Location: anaheim CA usa

Total posts: 508
Posted:i am trying to rember but i have seen them some where. i will look again for it.. i am pretty shure they were quite pricy though

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Cody
SILVER Member since Sep 2003

Cody

That guy from Reno
Location: Reno, Nevada USA

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Posted:Well remember that it is laundry detergent so it doesn't really "dye" it. It sort of comes out in the wash biggrin. Dip it and wring out the excess, it should work. wink

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Controlled Burn, Reno Nevada

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polythene


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Location: London/ Surrey

Total posts: 1359
Posted:Dylon makes dye that leaves fabric UV reactive:

http://www.glowshop.com/enter.html
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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

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Posted:EL wire wouldnt work.

The cracking would break the wire down the middle, thus stopping it from Glowing.


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mech
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Posted:breaking el wire is something jon knows about!

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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

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Posted:Thats what I was referring to at the time...

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Posted:firewhip.com make a uv (black light) reactive whip
http://www.firewhip.com/whips.html


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