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How does UV lighting work?

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I want to pick up a bottle of this http://www.petrastechshop.com/feviacuvdyeb.html it say's its UV reactive. How can a black dye be UV reactive, what does UV reactive mean? What kind of light do i want?

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UV reactive means that blacklighting and UV lights will make a chemical present in the Dye react, causing it to light up and look cool. The same effect can be achieved with the color white, and highlighters underneath a blacklight/UV light. Lighter colors usually react best.
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Basically glow...And look cool of course..."It reacts to the light"

(If you have LED's Or Cold cathode in you machine)
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