How chemical glows, including glow sticks and halos will brighten up any night
Whether at your local fairground, your favourite artiste’s arena tour, or at a fireworks display, there is nothing more hypnotic than coloured lights. Besides the music or the fireworks, they add to the buzz of the event. The wonder of chemical glows makes this possible.
Chemical glows are the power behind the glowsticks, wands, and light sabres. They are available in different colours or in several colours at once. These can range from neon pink to brilliant white – the latter ideal for winter themes.
As necklaces, they can either be worn around the neck or be used as halos. During concerts, the wands could be good for waving in time to the music (they are a lot safer than cigarette lighters). At fairgrounds, our chemical glows based products are a useful accessory to the coloured lights and hubbub of the place.
For little expense, they add a carnival atmosphere to your event and always sell well. Whether you’re eight or eighty years old, they bring much joy to the scene.
How do glowsticks and wands get their chemical glows?
Two chemical solutions make that possible. One is a diphenyl oxalate compound and a dye which contains one or more colours. The other is hydrogen peroxide, which is contained in an inner glass cylinder. This infographic seen below, courtesy of the Compound Interest site, is a useful reference.