Painting pavers for garden walkway-glow in the dark paint not working

by For21664265
I bought Rustoleum Glow in the dark paint (spray) to paint large stepping stone type pavers to create an illuminated walkway at night. I live in the Everglades and it is very dark and spooky at night. It is not working to absorb the sun as stated . Did I miss a step ? was I supposed to prime them in some way first ?
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  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on May 22, 2017

    When it dried, did you coat it with a sealent so that it would survive the wear and tear?

    • For21664265 For21664265 on May 22, 2017

      No, I did not do anything yet. I sprayed the stepping stones. You can barely tell that they have been sprayed. If I had not see the paint come out of the nozzle, I would not even know there was something on them.I only tested two large stones and waited 24 hoursrs for the paint to absorb the sun.There is no glow at all.Maybe I wasn't supposed to use the spray type. I did not want to seal them if the paint does not show up. I wasn't told to prep the stones in any way. I did however ,wipe them off of any loose debris.

  • Vivian Mckinley Vivian Mckinley on May 22, 2017

    It didn't work for me either and I have sprayed them several times! Full sun too!

  • Pam Walker Pam Walker on May 23, 2017

    GO to Walmart & look in the CRAFTS section. Get some Paint-On glow in the dark paint. It comes in bottles or paint cans. Prop them up on some tin cans for height. With a brush, paint the top & sides of each one. Let dry overnight as is. Get a can of CLEAR spray paint THAT's made for concrete. It will act as a sealer for them. Once dried, spray an even coat over the top & sides. Let dry overnight right side up. Once dried, turn them over & spray the underside. Let it dry completely too. Place in your yard & watch the difference. GOOD LUCK! :)

  • For21664265 For21664265 on Jul 12, 2017

    Have you tried anything else that has worked ?