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I am currently building a prop made from plastic, much of which will be made from that 7mil clear drop cloth plastic that so many of us use to corpse our skeletons. I need a GOOD UV reactive spray paint, preferably in Matte White, but it needs to glow brightly under florescent UV black lights. I want it to glow ghostly blue, so if need be I can paint the prop white first, and then use a clear UV paint. Also, I don't want to spend $20 per 14oz can of spray paint, as it will likely require 4 good coats of paint, which would likely be around 4 to 6 cans. If need be, I am willing to purchase a spray gun I can run off of my air compressor, but in that case the paint would need to be thin enough to spray, touch enough to withstand the typical elements, and would need to be able to adhere to smooth plastic, as I won't be able to sand the surfaces of this prop to help with paint adhesion. Any suggestions?
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