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Hello haunters:
I am planning on using a quantity of cheesecloth on the exterior of my house to simulate spider webs this year, and wanted to dye the cloth to glow in my black lights.
I see that there are two varieties of white RIT dye available - one is "white wash", the other is "whitener & brightener". Which one is the best for coloring the cheescloth to make it glow? I assume the second, but wanted to check in with the experts first.

Also, if anyone has any quick tips / do's & don't's regarding cheesecloth spiderwebs, please advise!

Thanks for the help in advance!
 

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I use the whitener & brightener. This and many detergents have an agent in them that glows under uv light.
Use these on your clothes and walk outside where the uv from the sun hits them, and your clothes appear brighter.
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