Diy Video Tutorial: Rust-oleum Glow-in-the-dark Clock

This Rust-oleum Glow-in-the-Dark Clock was a fun thing I wanted to do. This old dead clock had been staring at me while I contemplated life in the bathroom for a long time.

Have boring, off-the-shelf items from the store? Add cool factor like this upcycled Rust-oleum Glow-in-the-Dark Clock!

I thought I would breathe some new life into the bland old clock. Honestly, the hardest part was getting it to open and then deciding what I’d like to paint inside. I think next time I’ll use a finer brush to try to make all of the numbers glow as the six turned out much better than I expected.

Glow-in-the-Dark Clock begins by using a plain clock and opening it with a thin slot screwdriver.
If you have any of those run-of-the-mill plastic wall clocks, it is time to upcycle it! Open it carefully using a thin slot screwdriver.
Prep your surface according to the manufacturer's directions for this Glow-in-the-Dark Clock.
Follow the paint manufacturer’s directions for surface prep. I’m cleaning the surface so that the paint will adhere.
Begin painting the details on your Glow-in-the-Dark Clock.
Paint as few, or as many details as you want. It is all up to you! A finer brush will make painting a bit easier to be accurate.
Have a family member or friend join in, including your pets, because it's more fun to do a project like this Glow-in-the-Dark Clock together.
It is always better to have a friend or family member (even the furry kind) helping you with a project.
You're eclipse-ready, or zombie-apocalypse ready with this Glow-in-the-Dark Clock.
And now you can see what time it is, even in the dark.
Watch the DIY Video Tutorial and learn how to make a Glow-in-the-Dark Clock.
Watch my entertaining video and learn how to make your Glow-in-the-Dark Clock!

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