beschizza — 2014-01-15T11:45:51-05:00 — #1
spunkytws — 2014-01-15T12:13:03-05:00 — #2
Or, as an alternative to buying the soaps, you can buy the glow powder they offer and make your own.
I'd kind of like to make a seaborgium one--the only element named after a living person. I'm also partial to thorium, since it played a prominent role in a Danny Dunn book.
alexandrakitty — 2014-01-15T12:25:23-05:00 — #3
aloisius — 2014-01-15T13:00:47-05:00 — #4
The assortment doesn't say anything about being sold out. I just ordered one.
boundegar — 2014-01-15T13:32:48-05:00 — #5
I just want to buy bromine and barium, and send them to Vince Gilligan.
isra — 2014-01-15T14:55:02-05:00 — #6
Trying to figure out if the "printing" is done on a sheet of paper or something planar embedded in the soap, or if the printed words are somehow part of the soap itself. Will the printing wash away the first time you use the soap. Also, I'm wondering if the glow powder is coated onto the printing plane, or evenly dispersed throughout the bar.
silkox1 — 2014-01-15T23:19:19-05:00 — #7
I don't know about this. I'm too lazy to look very hard, but Wikipedia says Europium "is relatively non-toxic compared to other heavy metals." That's pretty different from "non toxic" as claimed on their website.
beschizza — 2014-01-20T11:45:56-05:00 — #8
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