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Spending time at the pool is one of my favorite things to do in the summer. Unfortunately, most of us only get a couple of hours out of the day to enjoy the sunshine. If your only chance to hang out at the pool is at night, these glow-in-the-dark planters by Rotoluxe would really set the mood.

 Glow-in-the-Dark Planters

Aside from the fact that they glow in the dark, one other cool factor is that they’re made from 100% recycled post-consumer and industrial plastics. I think they’re a fantastic alternative to pool lights, and you could even add a couple to your porch to provide an unexpected pathway of lights for visitors. You can purchase the planters from several vendor websites.


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  4. Guest says:

    My understanding is that the items glow best when first painted white, then with a few coats of the GID paint. Hope this helps!

    • sarah says:

      I have a garden ornament (angel) made from wire that I want to glow in dark.so far I have painted it white. Can Glow n dark paint help me.. any input will be appreciated

  5. Debbie says:

    I purchased a can and in their very small print. The label suggest using white primer on pot then cover with glow in dark paint.

  6. kevin says:


  7. Cerise says:

    The article is misleading… Glow in the Dark is different from Solar… and you are right, these are solar (and very cool look it is)… but, I will point out that glow in the dark powders mixed in acrylic glow a LOT brighter than paints.
    I agree, there is no need or place for rudeness…. particularly in this case, I also fell for the "glow in the dark" were it turns out vicki was right, solar….

  8. Lesley says:

    Ive read that Rustoleum is not for outside use. Where can I buy it for outdoor use

  9. Donna says:

    My clay pot wouldn't work with it also. I have a regular large clay pot and I used almost one whole can, and no shine/glow after being in the AZ sun all day, I'm sending back to Amazon, so disappointed!

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