Working on glass, plastic, metal, and other non-porous materials means you must use paint designed and tested to be effective on such a canvas. Only paints will be effective of non-porous materials. Dyes will wash right off.
Always test the chosen product on a sample of your material before using it on your main project!
It's a somewhat stretchy dimensional fabric paint that can be used on any fabric including Lycra®, nylon and hosiery, comes in lots of tones including glitter, and a line of Puff colors for the 3-D effect. Non-toxic. Glue based so sticks to almost any surface. Kids love it! Con's:
Leaves a bit more texture on the fabric.
Glows well in the dark after exposure to light, sticks to lots of surfaces, water cleanup, non-toxic Cons:
Limited color selection, small sizes, very thin and transparent, so doesn't look like much in the daytime.
Very easy to use, sticks to most surfaces. Paints can be mixed to create new colors, looks nice in the light, as well as glowing in the dark, also bright under black light! Cons: colors of the actual glowing (phosphorescent) pigment are limited, so glows mostly green, and some orange and yellow, in the dark