How to Use Rolkem Lumo Paints & Dusts

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Welcome to the enchanting world of edible luminescence! In this guide, we will explore the art of incorporating glow-in-the-dark dusts and paints into various edible mediums, transforming your culinary creations into captivating, glowing wonders.
different items using Rolkem that glow under blacklight

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Welcome to the world of luminescent culinary art! Below are detailed instructions on incorporating glow-in-the-dark dusts and paints into various mediums, enhancing your creations with an otherworldly glow.


  • White Decorating Buttercream Icing
  • White Royal Icing Mix
  • Super White Chocolate Melts
  • Paramount Crystals
  • White Sugar Pearls
  • Lumo Stellar Green UV Powder
  • Lumo Arc Chrome UV Powder
  • Lumo Neon Glo UV Powder
  • Lumo Cosmo Pink UV Powder
  • Lumo Stellar Green UV Paint
  • Lumo Comet Blue UV Paint
  • Lumo Astral Pink UV Paint
  • Lumo Viola UV Paint
  • Quick Dry Essence
  • Neon/Electric Pink Soft Gel Paste™ Food Color


Usage Guidelines for Glow-in-the-Dark Dusts and Paints:
Using Dust:
Mix ¼ tsp of glow-in-the-dark dust with ½ cup of buttercream. Adjust the amount of dust for desired color intensity. Ensure there's enough product to glow under a black light.
Using Paint:
Add 3-4 drops of glow-in-the-dark paint to ½ cup of buttercream. Mix thoroughly until the paint is evenly distributed.
Royal Icing:
Add ¼ tsp of dust to ¼ cup of premade royal icing. Mix well and add more dust for a brighter color.
Mix 3-4 drops of paint per ¼ cup of royal icing. Adjust the quantity for desired color, and consider adding gel food color if needed.
Knead fondant until soft. Create a well and add the dust, kneading until mixed well. Mold or roll out the colored fondant.
Create a well and add 3-4 drops of paint to fondant. Knead until the paint is evenly distributed.
Candy Coating:
Add ¼ tsp of dust to ¼ cup of melted chocolate. Mix well and use for molding.
Add 3-4 drops of paint to ¼ cup melted white candy coating. Adjust color by adding more paint (carefully to avoid thickening).
If needed, add paramount crystals for desired consistency.
Coloring Sugar Pearls:
For dust: Add ¼ tsp dust and 3-4 drops quick-dry essence to sugar pearls. Stir and let dry on parchment.
For paint: Add paint to pearls, stir with a brush for an even coat. Let dry on parchment.
Mix a few drops of paint with 2-3 drops of quick-dry essence for airbrushing. Add to the color cup and airbrush as normal.
Apply to crusted buttercream, dried royal icing, fondant, or chocolate.
Additional Tips:
Turning Dust into Paint:
Mix dust with quick-dry essence until paint-like consistency.
Apply with a paintbrush on crusted or dried surfaces.
Multiple Coats:
For more coverage, let the first coat dry for 5-10 minutes before applying a second coat.

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