Silicone Glow in the Dark Feral Feline Handpads
Toes: 1 inch across, 1.25 inches tall
Palm: 3.5 inches across 2.25 inches tall
This is for a set of handpads, either in a single or multiple color depending on what you choose.
This is for a SET, meaning if you order 1, you will get enough for 2 hands. These will not work on feet.
If you want to send in a fur or fabric sample, or even a paint sample for us to match, sure! Just send us an e-mail to arrange it. This has to be done BEFORE the order is placed!
If you choose the 2 or more color option, choose the "comment in box" color, and in the box type out what 2 colors, and the pattern you want them in. (example: Pink glow in the dark white front black glow in the dark green back, or Pink glow in the dark aqua with brown glow in the dark white dapple, green glow in the dark green with blue glow in the dark blue toes, etc)
All are made with a high quality squishy silicone and dyes. The color is dyed all the way through, so no worries on it rubbing off.
Simply cut out, and glue the backing down to shaved fur areas. It's also best to tack it down in a few areas with a needle and thread, to make sure it stays put.
Glow in the dark pawpads will glow in the dark once properly charged under a bright light. By "charged" we mean you let them sit under the bright light for an extended period of time. The best light is either direct sunlight, or a UV light.
*Glow powder will not change the color of the dyed item in the light, however the color of the dyed item might affect what color the item shows in the dark. Example: A pink item with green glow powder might actually look white in the dark, not green*
Green: 12+ hours
Blue: 6 Hours
Aqua: 10 Hours
Dark Blue: 3 hours
Orange: 1 Hour
Red: 1 Hour
*Facts about silicone that are good to keep in mind!*
Silicone is squishy, so these make good hands, but not good feet. The feet silicone is more firm so it holds up better for walking on.
Silicone items cannot be painted, unless you have a silicone specific paint.
Silicone cannot be glued to unless you have a silicone specific glue, so you have to leave the fabric backing on or sew it down.
Silicone tends to be grippy, so it will collect dust, dirt and fur. In order to keep this from happening, just dust it with a light layer of baby powder before you install and you should be OK.
In order to clean silicone from the debris it has picked up you can either use a piece of tape or other sticky surface (lint brush etc) to grab it all. Then apply your baby powder to keep it from happening in the future.