The chemical products that the light stick used had been tested
by a specialized organization, are toxin less, harmless, non-radiate,
non-inflame, and non-explode.
The liquids of light stick cannot be used for food and have strong
adhesion. If it is leaky, it will easy to dirt furniture, floor,
clothes, skin and so on. You need clean it in time. If the liquids
of light stick came into your eye, you will timely wash it with
clear water or see a doctor
During transportation and storage, the light stick should avoid
high temperature, direct under the sun, tricking strongly and
falling down. The preserve time is two years.
products have an infinite number of uses.
We are thinking of new uses for glow light sticks and glow light
products every day.
If you do any activity at night or anywhere
dark, you could use a glow stick or glow product!
Personnel and equipment identification
Use light sticks as a vehicle marker when pulled to the side of
the road, or after an accident
Keep one in your glove compartment for emergencies
Use light sticks to signal for help
Fire and Police Departments
Use light sticks when gas leaks or other dangers pose a serious
Traffic Control – use light sticks in hands and as area
Storm emergency - hurricane, typhoon
Safe, non-heat producing light during power outages
Use light sticks in case of fire or emergency
Search and Rescue
Use light sticks for overnight mooring without depleting on-board
batteries. Red, Green and white colors can be used to signal the
port, starboard and stern of a moored vessel.
Attach a light stick to your Personal Floatation Devices in case
Use Glow sticks as running lights. Running lights on a boat can
use a lot of battery power. Try using our light sticks as running
lights on your boat.
Outdoor Night Events
Kid’s Night Lights
Glow for Fun and Profit
Selling, Fundraising or just having fun at:
Fourth of July
Special Event Decoration
Paper Lantern Illumination
Jack O Lantern Illumination
Night Ultimate Frisbee Games
Night Frisbee Golf
Glow Mini Golf
SCUBA Diving - carry for light, to identify other divers, or use
as a danger signal