Is there a bright paint in the dark, avoiding installing a system with hookup?
There are actually bright paintings, or rather photoluminescent, which produce a real brightness at night, after being exposed to daylight. They do not replace a real lighting. This brightness decreases as the hours pass. During the day, these paintings have a perfectly normal appearance. However, we will speak instead of phosphorescent paint, generally used to achieve a night lighting on the ground. Several manufacturers report a risk of dangerousness (although these paints do not emit any radioactivity) which reserves them rather to an external use or to particularly ventilated parts.
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