This Fluorescent UV Light / Blacklight Twist Bulb makes the perfect replacement bulb for a 100 watt bulb. It uses only 26 watts and has an 1,000 hour bulb life, with 26 watt being one of the strongest blacklights you can get. This blacklight bulb will liven up your celebrations, Halloween parties, dances and get-togethers for years. The blacklight completely changes the atmosphere of any happy gathering or occasion by "making" objects glow such as anything white and UV reactive materials. Our range of UV Fluro Paints are perfect for combination with these bulbs to make them glow in the dark brightly!
Details: Standard E26 medium base socket (screw connection). Bulb range is about a 2-3m radius. Non-Dimmable. 240 Volt - suitable for Australian and NZ electricity.
How to Use: Switch off the light to be replaced. Remove the bulb and replace with the blacklight using the same fitting. Switch on and watch it bring the glow!
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Our commercial quality glow products are ideal for schools and clubs. Glow sticks are a great way to light up your next school disco, camp, or other night-time event.
In our survey performed of over 50 Primary Schools, we found the following facts:
55% were able to sell between 1 and 2 glow sticks per student attending.
25% of schools were able to sell over 2 glow sticks per student attending.
Of those listed above, 80% sold glow sticks from a stall at the disco, 20% embedded the cost of a glow stick into the ticket cost and handed them out as the students entered.
Notifying the students of glow stick sales prior to the event had significant positive impact on the number of glow sticks sold.