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Re: Come in and Support For This Awesome Glow-In-The-Dark Idea!! Now With Pictures! Only takes Two Words to type! Been Rated 5 Stars and Has Over 100 supporters! Huge Thanks to Everyone!
One little question, though.
How would these Webkinz glow?
I think the only safe way for them to glow is for them to be made of a special plastic.
You've heard of glow-in-the-dark stars, right?
They glow not from chemicals, but from what their made of, which is something in the plastic that absorbs light and then reflects it when it is dark.
What if Ganz took glow-in-the-dark stars (or whatever their made of) and put a very thin, flexible coating of the stuff on top of the Webkinz?
Then, while the Webkinz is sitting on your bed all day, it soaks up sunlight from your window and then at night emits a soft glow?
The coating would be so thin, you wouldn't be able to see or feel it!
And the glow would be so soft that if you slept with the Webkinz mushed up against your face, it wouldn't wake you up!
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