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Glow Products Are Safety First For Our Children

By Robert Kelsey

Summer nights. Whenever I hear those two words together I think of the movie Grease. Once I get over the nostalgic moment though my thoughts tend to move on to glow sticks. The kids all love them, as they are fun and colorful. The adults like them because they can put a colorful and bright necklace on their child and keep track of them all over the yard once darkness sets in. No more wondering where the kids are … they are plainly visible, and color coded too!

Summer should be the fun season. We can all relax with the warmer weather, the tolerable outdoors and share in food and drink as a fitting end to a summer day. These are the nights that I stock up on glow sticks for. I like to keep them on hand for the spontaneous evening get together and there is nothing like them for safety, let alone the enjoyment the kids get from them.

Wintertime has it’s share of outdoor activities, as well as fall and spring. Christmas caroling is a good time for glow sticks as well as the obvious advantages of having them around for Halloween. Nothing will go further for the safety of your children than making sure they are seen in the dark. When your children are sporting glow accessories they are much safer because they can been seen in the dark.

Outdoor events are part of every summer across America. Let’s protect our children and keep track of where they are by putting glow sticks on them in the form of a necklace or bracelet or other glow accessory. I’d rather be safe than sorry and this is one good way to keep safe. Kids are easy to spot in a crowd when they glow in the dark and this inexpensive method of keeping track of them is well worth the time and effort.

The mystery of glow sticks work is simple. It is the mixture of two chemical together which create the glow. Inside of a very durable and unbreakable plastic tube are the chemicals. Upon bending of the tube the chemicals are mixed together and begin to glow. The glow will last 10 to 12 hours and is a real eye grabber.

Nicaboyne,, is a wholesale supplier of glow necklaces, bracelets and accessories. Nicaboyne is a proud sponsor of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. All glow products are safe and will provide lots of summertime fun. View more about glow sticks at the Nicaboyne site.

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