Glow in the Dark Pebbles 300-Blue

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Glow in the Dark Pebbles Blue

The Glow in the Dark Pebbles add a magical glow to your garden that’ll create a lovely, calm ambience. To make them glow during the night, all you have to do is spread them out and expose them to the sunlight or lamplight, so they can also be used during winter without any difficulties. The longer they absorb light, the brighter they glow during the night. They’re perfect for DIY lovers to decorate flower pots or fish tanks and if you place them properly they can create a pathway, as they glow in the dark. They are great at guiding you through the garden without stumbling over plants.

NO ELECTRICITY REQUIRED

At first glance, you might think these pebbles are regular stones, but after being exposed to the sunlight for a couple of hours they shine bright when it’s dark. Since they absorb sunlight during the day they’re energy saving because no power is required to charge them. However, during the winter, if you don’t experience much natural light, you can simply expose the pebbles to lamplight and the result will be the same.

FISH TANK SAFE

If you’re a fish owner and want to add a beautiful piece of decor to the fish tank in your home, these glow in the dark pebbles are perfect! Let them lay on the bottom of your tank to give your room a decorative glowing ambience.

DECORATIVE

The pebbles are ideal for outdoor and indoor decoration and add a unique touch to your house. Line a walkway, pathway or driveway to guide your way through your garden when it’s dark. They’re a nice accessory for your yard that’ll definitely make it stand out from your neighbours’. Perfect for DIY lovers, put the luminous pebbles together and create a variety of patterns or decorate your fish tank or plant pot.

Specification:

  • Size: approx. 2.4cm x 2cm x 0.5cm
  • MateriaI: Polystyrene material
  • In the Box: 300 Pcs Glow in the Dark Pebbles
  • 2 Year Warranty.
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