Wholesale Emergency/Night Light Sticks
A glow stick is a single-use translucent plastic tube containing isolated substances which when combined are capable of producing light through a chemical reaction-induced chemoluminescence which does not require an electrical power source. Glow sticks are used for many purposes. They are waterproof, do not use batteries, are inexpensive, and are disposable. They can tolerate high pressures, such as those found underwater. They are used as light sources and light markers by military forces, campers, and recreational divers doing night diving. Glow sticks are considered the only safe light source immediately following an earthquake, hurricane, tornado and other emergency situations due to the fact that they do not use any kind of electricity to work, and there is no danger of sparking. Because they do not have batteries or contain electrified filaments like normal flashlights, they are safe for use in explosive environments. Glowsticking is the use of glow sticks in dancing. This is one of their most widely known uses in popular culture as they are frequently used for entertainment at parties (particularly raves), concerts and dance clubs. They are carried by marching band conductors for night-time performances; furthermore, in Hong Kong glow sticks are widely used during the annual Mid-Autumn Festival. Glow sticks carried by Trick-or-Treaters on Halloween neatly serve multiple functions as toys, readily visible and unusual night-time warnings to motorists, and luminous markings which enable parents to keep their brightly color-coded children in sight. Yet another aesthetic usage is balloon-carried light effects. Glow sticks give off light when the fragile glass container inside breaks, mixing the two chemicals together. This chemical reaction then spreads to the whole glow stick as the chemicals mix further. This is why only a small part of the stick will glow when snapped but given a few seconds the entire stick is glowing. It is advisable to keep the mixture away from skin, and to prevent accidental ingestion, if the glow stick case splits or breaks. If spilled on skin, the chemicals could cause slight skin irritation and swelling and in extreme circumstances, cause vomiting and nausea. However, many ravers will cut or break open a glow stick and apply the glowing solution directly to bare skin in order to make their bodies glow. Emergency/Night Light Sticks are also known as wholesale cheap glow-in-the dark, government issued preparedness neon bracelets, emergency raving supplies replicas, necklace flashlights, safety lighters, etc. Emergency/Night Light Sticks are commonly misspelled as glowsticks, glowups, etc.
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