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Cooling UV Reactive Water Additive

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by bajastx, 11 Dec 2002.

  1. bajastx

    bajastx What's a Dremel?

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    About a year ago I remember seeing some pictures of a water cooled machine that had some type of UV reactive additive in the water to make all the tubing glow green.

    Any direction to where I can get more info on how this was done would be appreciated.
     
  2. Morphine

    Morphine weeee!

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  3. l33t_c0mput6r_m0dz

    l33t_c0mput6r_m0dz What's a Dremel?

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    Personally, I just recieved my order from http://www.glowbottles.com yesterday.

    Check on eBay for this seller or email him for your specific needs. I paid $4 and some change (shipping included) for 3 bottles of dye and he sent me 4! I now have green, yellow, blue, and pink.

    :rock:

    Oddly enough, I wanted the pink dye the most but when it glows, it's orange... :wallbash: :grr:
     
  4. bajastx

    bajastx What's a Dremel?

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    Thanks all...

    How reactive is the blue?
     
  5. l33t_c0mput6r_m0dz

    l33t_c0mput6r_m0dz What's a Dremel?

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    Blue may be a little disappointing as it's nowhere near as bright as green or yellow.. nevertheless, some ppl have a bl00 fetish and I suppose it is all a matter of preference whether you want bright UV colors, or to keep to your blue color scheme.
     
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