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From: aburgess5663/15/13 9:38 PM 
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Does anyone know how to create clay in the neon colors?  I know there are some pinks out there but I have not seen any other "dayglo" colors.
 
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From: Melody013/15/13 10:05 PM 
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Hi, I have some Cernit Neon Green in my stash. I don't think it was Cernit Neon Light, but I don't have the packaging anymore. However, Cernit does have a line of neon light colors.
http://www.polymerclayexpress.com/products/clay/cernit/Neon

Hope you find what you are looking for.

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From: aburgess5663/15/13 10:29 PM 
To: Melody01  (3 of 11) 
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Thank you!  I will let you know.

 

 
From: Melody013/16/13 10:50 AM 
To: aburgess566  (4 of 11) 
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<<Thank you! I will let you know.>>

I'd appreciate it. I don't quite know what Cernit's "Light" line is. I think it's supposed to have a porcelain finish.

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From: SherryBinNH3/16/13 2:50 PM 
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I don't know if they are still available or have been discontinued, but there used to be neon pink, red, orange, yellow, green and blue, at least. Maybe a purple, or maybe I mixed that...  I think we are talking Fimo...

Also day-glo green, pink and yellow, I believe. (UV reactive.)

I can't imagine mixing them, though, they call for highly reflective pigment bases.

Sherry Bailey

 

 
From: DocSarah DelphiPlus Member Icon3/23/13 7:05 PM 
To: SherryBinNH  (6 of 11) 
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You could mix them with fluorescent oil paints in translucent and white as Garie described.
 

 
From: ejralph3/25/13 8:17 AM 
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Most of the Cernit Neon Lights range will glo even brighter under UV light

Emma

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From: T-Roo (tkaylen)3/25/13 2:44 PM 
To: aburgess566  (8 of 11) 
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Polyform posted a picture on their Facebook page that shows a clay sampler kit with fluorescent colors. So looks like the new products coming out next month will include fluorescent colors. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=520970847946817&set=pb.106551216055451.-2207520000.1364236926&type=3&theater
 

 
From: aburgess5663/25/13 4:02 PM 
To: SherryBinNH  (9 of 11) 
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Thank you and everyone else for helping me find colors.
 

 
From: aburgess5663/25/13 4:02 PM 
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thank you
 

 
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