Graham Products Glow In The Dark Rocks
What Are Glow Rocks & How Do They Work
Glow in the Dark Rocks from Graham Products are an affordable way to add lovely luminous color to your home's décor, both indoors and outdoors. These light-powered pebbles are perfect as fish tank accessories or aquarium gravel. Add a few glowing stones to your potted plants to create a tiny indoor fairy garden. Outside, the possibilities are endless. Solar-powered glowing rocks make beautiful decorations for your patio, pool, night garden, landscaping pond, or stepping stones pathway.
Made of plastic resin, these glow-pebbles are safe and non-toxic for humans and animals. They glow as a result of photoluminescence, so your children will get a valuable science lesson by interacting with the stones. The stones are recommended for kids ages 6 and up, as they measure 1” in diameter and may present a choking hazard for younger children. These radiant rocks glow best when fully charged, after at least 2 hours in the sun or bright indoor light. The brightest glow lasts for about 1.5 hours and then fades gently over time. The stones will continue to glow slightly for up to 12 hours.
Add glowing rocks to your potted plants, for a nighttime zen effect. Outdoors, use them as yard decorations, around a landscape pond, along your stepping stone pathway — or create your own fairy garden. The stones glow as a result of photoluminescence, so kids get a science lesson by interacting with them. Recommended for children ages 6 and up. The pebbles measure 1” in diameter. They may present a choking hazard for younger children.
Add Some Sparkle to Your Home
Bring a little mystery and radiant charm to your home, with affordable glow-in-the-dark stones from Graham Products. They're perfect for lining your fish tank or aquarium, and they make wonderful decorating solutions in a variety of other settings, indoors and outdoors.
- Charge for 2 Hours: To get the maximum amount of glow time from your stones, charge them for at least 2 hours.
- Use a Strong Light: Charge in the sun or bright light. Blacklight provides a quick burst of glow but not a full charge.
- Use a Flat Surface: Spread the stones out flat while they charge, for maximum exposure to the light source.
- Charge 'Til Ready: Let the stones charge for as long as possible — until you're ready to watch the glow show.
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