Glow Light Sticks

There are certain facts that you should know about glow light sticks. You should know that glow light sticks produces light when two solutions are allowed to mix. There is a thin glass vial in the glow light stick that keeps the two solutions separate until you break the glass vial. The two chemical solutions’ reaction is what causes the light.

 

You should know that you should keep children under five years old from using glow light sticks. You should know that glow light sticks have been tested and they have been found to be safe. There is nothing in glow light sticks that is toxic, corrosive or extremely irritating to the skin.

 

You should know that glow light sticks are not sauces of sparks or heat. It is safe to use them in an area where a spark or heat could cause fire or an explosion. You should know that glow light sticks will not injure your eyes. If there is any eye contact, it should be like the pain that is caused by shampoo or soaps. If there is an accident, you rinse the exposed area again and again until the pain is gone.

 

You should know that glow light sticks usually last about 4 to 12 hours. You should know that glow light sticks have a shelf life of one to four years. What could shorten their shelf is light. The more light that glow light sticks, the shorter the intensity and life of products in storage.