Introducing our 20 oz Glow-in-the-Dark Tumbler – a dynamic fusion of style and functionality that keeps your beverages hot or cold for over 6 hours! Complete with a lid and straw, this tumbler is the perfect companion for your favorite drinks. These come in Glow Blue, Red and Green, it will be shipped random color unless you specify in your order.
Make a bold statement with our exclusive slogan: “Not my pasture, not my goat sh*t.” Embrace a humorous touch that sets the tone for a unique sipping experience.
Featuring a Pygmy buck with distinctive horns, our tumbler supports Animal Rescue through J & J Second Chance Small Holdings in Rock River, Wyoming. The rescue’s logo proudly adorns each tumbler, symbolizing your commitment to a worthy cause. Hand-pressed locally, each tumbler is a one-of-a-kind creation with slight variances, making it not just a drinkware item but a personalized work of art. Choose our Glow-in-the-Dark Tumbler to illuminate your drink moments, support animal rescue, and let your individuality shine with every sip!
Note – Each is hand pressed and so slight variances can occur.
Glow in the Dark
A glow-in-the-dark tumbler is a drinkware item that has a special coating or material that can absorb and store light, then release it in the form of a visible glow in low-light conditions. Here’s a basic overview of how glow-in-the-dark tumblers work and some considerations:
Most glow-in-the-dark items use phosphorescent materials, which absorb light and re-emit it over time. Common phosphorescent materials include strontium aluminate or zinc sulfide.
To make the tumbler glow, it needs to be exposed to light. This could be natural sunlight or artificial light. The more intense the light exposure, the brighter and longer the glow will be.
The quality of the glow effect depends on the coating or material used. High-quality phosphorescent materials can result in a longer and brighter glow. The durability of the glow effect may vary, and repeated use and washing can impact its longevity.
Care and Maintenance
Hand wash only: Avoid using a dishwasher to clean your tumbler. Instead, use a soft sponge or cloth with mild soap and warm water to clean the tumbler. Rinse it thoroughly and dry it with a soft towel.
Avoid abrasive materials: Do not use abrasive materials such as steel wool or scouring pads to clean the tumbler. These materials can scratch the surface of the tumbler and damage the glow-in-the-dark coating.