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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Astronomy - Software > Classified #522881

For Sale: Night Sky Star Stencil Kit for your Ceiling! WINT [SOLD]

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Night Sky Star Stencil Kit for your Ceiling! WINTERSTAR! This kit transforms any ceiling or wall into a stunning replica of the winter night sky as seen from the northern hemisphere while leaving the lighted room unchanged and unscathed.

Just affix the 8ft diameter stencil to the surface to be decorated using the removable adhesive putty and paint the stencil’s holes with glow- in-the-dark paint available in craft stores or usmapstencil. com Super long lasting 12 hour paint is available from glowinc. com (the 1 oz. of 2 hour paint included in the kit has dried up. It may be restored by adding water but I’m not sure if it will work.) k

You can barely see the dots when the light is on but they glow for hours in sizes appropriate to their magnitudes in the dark. This kit is new, never used and comes with instructions, the stencil, adhesive putty, a paint brush and paint (dry). This kit sells new for $24 plus $6.50 shipping & handling. My price is $12 plus $4 s&h to CONUS only. Elsewhere Shipping will be at actual cost. Paypal is preferred with no fee, otherwise postal money orders are ok.
Thanx for looking and clear skies!
 

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