Reddit Reddit reviews Escolite UV Flashlight Black Light, 51 LED 395 nM Ultraviolet Blacklight Detector for Dog Urine, Pet Stains and Bed Bug

We found 49 Reddit comments about Escolite UV Flashlight Black Light, 51 LED 395 nM Ultraviolet Blacklight Detector for Dog Urine, Pet Stains and Bed Bug. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Escolite UV Flashlight Black Light, 51 LED 395 nM Ultraviolet Blacklight Detector for Dog Urine, Pet Stains and Bed Bug
3 AA Standard Alkiline Battery(Not Included), Rechargeable battery is not recommended!51 UV LED allow to cover a larger area.Emits 390 to 395 nanometer wavelength.Perfect for outside use such as finding scorpions and minerals!Tips:in order to keep the flashlight's lifetime,if you did not use it for a long time,please put off the battery.Improper usage of batteries or using poor quality of batteries could cause hazard issue to your safety.We recommend to use reliable quality batteries.Any issues caused by batteries DO NOT covered by the manufacturer warranties.
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49 Reddit comments about Escolite UV Flashlight Black Light, 51 LED 395 nM Ultraviolet Blacklight Detector for Dog Urine, Pet Stains and Bed Bug:

u/jbates0223 · 9 pointsr/golf

Not op but I go out at night with a uv flashlight and find them. It's stupid easy.

u/arizona-lad · 9 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Buy a UV flashlight:

Go around the house after dark with the lights out and look for the urine stains. If they are there (and I bet they are), you will see them fluoresce. Once you know where they are hiding, you can eliminate them with enzymes:

Note: This does not work instantly. You have to mist the affected areas two or three times a day. Will take several days to break down the odor causing compounds into their base components. But this should work for you.

u/Travels4Work · 7 pointsr/vegaslocals
  1. Regular bug spray outdoors; keep your property free of insects so there's nothing for them to eat. That's a long game and won't be effective until next year.

  2. Immediate answer: Population control. Get a black light and a boot/flyswatter/predator drone/whatever and smash the ones you find outdoors each evening until you can't find them any more. They're usually at the bases of the block walls, rocks and the house stucco after 10pm. You'll be able to easily see them 15 feet away with the black light.

    If they're coming inside, wander around with the black light after the house has been dark for an hour to see if they're on any of your baseboards/walls. They mostly come at night... Mostly.

    Spread out the DE like Gibus mentioned.

    Edit: Just to be clear, regular bug spray doesn't do anything to them since they don't absorb it, so DE and stomp & smash is pretty much it unless you go with some much nastier poisons.
u/huskergirl-86 · 7 pointsr/weddingplanning

Just one more thing to add:
if you are really worried about the stamp showing in pictures, you could buy an ininked stamp pad and invisible ink, plus a blacklight (if your DJ doesn't have one) for a total of $24.

u/johnwayne2413 · 5 pointsr/GalaxyNote8

I plan to DIY my own Whitestone Dome glass protector. I'm waiting until I can find a TGSP that:

  • Doesn't have the black strips on the top and bottom
  • Does have the full sensor/camera/speaker area cut out...less likely to get glue on it
  • Doesn't have glass extending all the way to the edge of the screen
  • Doesn't have the ugly dot matrix "sensitivity pixel grid" pattern bullshit
  • I plan to simply peel off the thin strip of adhesive on the edge

    This is the glue I'm going to use, it should be enough for 5 tgsp installs:

    This is the IR curing light I'm going to use:

    I'm going to end up doing this for 4 devices, 2 x GS8 and 2x GN8. Total cost ~$40 or $10 each.
u/MA202 · 5 pointsr/discgolf

I got this Escolite for $13 and it's insanely bright. Haven't actually taken it out for a glow round yet, but I have used it for plenty of other glow-in-the-dark applications and it really makes discs shine.

u/John2k4 · 5 pointsr/whatsthisbug

I'm a bit late, but here are some (pretty fuzzy) pictures I got from hunting them a while back with one of those UV Flashlights. They glow a bright greenish color!

On the wall

Three in a container

I'm in north west Phoenix and I don't see them too often in the house, but look around on the walls of your residence at night with a UV light/blacklight - I'm sure you'll find at least one or two of them just hanging out. You can find good flashlights for under 15$ on Amazon

You can find some of those rubber-coated tongs (or ice cube tongs) at the dollar store if you want something to safely relocate them elsewhere.

u/ChrisM0678 · 5 pointsr/drones

If its a Phantom go out at night with a flashlight AND a blacklight and it will glow in the trees when pointing the blacklight. Something like this would work:

u/revbfc · 4 pointsr/bizarrebuildings

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Escolite UV Flashlight Black Light, 51 LED 395 nM Ultraviolet Blacklight Detector for Dog Urine, Pet Stains and Bed Bug

u/Stevenfree · 4 pointsr/funkopop

$10 on Amazon. Best $10 I ever spent for my Gitd pops.

Escolite UV Flashlight Black Light, 51 LED 395 nM Ultraviolet Blacklight Detector for Dog Urine, Pet Stains and Bed Bug

u/this_is_your_dad · 3 pointsr/pics

Buy one of these to find them and get something sturdy to smash them with.

This is a young Bark Scorpion (note long, thin pincers) and their sting is pretty harsh.

Source: I have killed a few dozen this year after finding them in our house and being stung.

u/0110010001100010 · 3 pointsr/HomeImprovement

I have one of these, works great:

Just keep in mind what /u/NinjaCoder said, you cannot unsee what it reveals. :)

u/KnightofR3N · 3 pointsr/funkopop

UV Flashlight.

Escolite UV Flashlight Black Light, 51 LED 395 nM Ultraviolet Blacklight Detector

Also helps find Scorpions. :)

u/shwafish · 3 pointsr/bikecommuting

I actually really like the idea of wearing a florescent vest and using a black light instead. It would make you stand out even more and it would not mess up your night vision.

u/rocknrun18 · 3 pointsr/discgolf

I used this one over the summer and it worked perfectly

u/Salatarr · 3 pointsr/funkopop

Buy one of these bad boys if you want that good glow you’re looking for

u/FHL88Work · 2 pointsr/discgolf

A UV light is handy for a little instant charge. If you're looking for a really glowy disc, try Kastaplast. It outshines the rest.

I use an LED UV flashlight like this

u/MsLafleur82 · 2 pointsr/funkopop

I use this Blacklight UV Flashlight from Amazon! Just have to charge for minute to see the glow!

u/necrosisCS · 2 pointsr/blackmagicfuckery
u/LurchKIttyInTheCIty · 2 pointsr/funkopop

Nice. I have this one and it does nothing for my POP. Works wonders on my other GITD POPs though.

u/BennyFackter · 2 pointsr/discgolf

Yeah, I always bring a UV flashlight with me for glow rounds. Definitely does depend on the plastic type/color how much it glows, but with the right discs it makes finding your discs at night a non-issue. You can even sometimes find some others that were lost during the day that were well hidden, but glow at night. I use this one, for $10 it works great.

u/asdfasdafas · 2 pointsr/arizona

Do you use a UV flashlight? Those are awesome if not. I bought a badass one on Amazon that really helps compared to the one I had before that I got at Circle K.

I've tried anything from sprays, to a screwdriver duct-taped to a stick. I find just using a regular stick can get in the rocks pretty well and handle it. Having the powerful flashlight helps too because you can see them from across the yard.

Also, having someone spray for scorpions monthly does wonders. When I moved in my house, I could easily get 5-10 per night. I've had my house sprayed ever since then, and I haven't seen one in two years.

u/SHMEBULOK · 2 pointsr/funkopop
u/MichaelApproved · 2 pointsr/Vitiligo

There are many skin issues that could cause discoloration. One indication of vitiligo would be that it glows under a black light, like the hands in this image.

I'm not an expert (AKA dermatologist) but I know vitiligo tends to start around joints and the face. It usually spreads from there to the rest of your body.

However, it could start elsewhere but the fact that these spots on your back are the first ones you're noticing makes me think it's less likely that it's vitiligo, though it's still possible.

Best thing you can do (aside from seeing a doctor) is get yourself a black light (Amazon has some small handheld ones) and a mirror.

Turn out the lights, get naked and shine the black light over your body slowly as you look for spots that glow. If it's vitiligo, you'll see it glow and look very different than the surrounding skin. You'll also likely find other areas of your skin that hasn't fully lost pigment due to vitiligo which will also glow. They may even be tiny spots that look like a bunch of freckles. I don't think vitiligo is the only skin issue that glows but if it doesn't glow at least you know it's not vitiligo.

I'm saying to get completely naked because vitiligo can effect genitalia as well. Make sure you look around there.

Of course, if you have healthcare options, it's best to see a dermatologist. Vitiligo can be treated. If you catch it early, such as now with only a few spots, treatment can be very easy and fast. Treatment for a couple of small spots may only require a few months of using a cream and a little light treatment.

If it's something else, you also want to catch it early, so that you can start any possible treatment.

Good luck!

u/Eric578 · 1 pointr/BurningMan

I'm not a raver either (have nothing against them though). I'm sticking with glow sticks (they're cheap) tied to my night costumes. Oh and I bought a blacklight flashlight to play around with this year, but not sure if I'll walk around with it or just play with it back at camp.

maybe next year i'll get off my ass and build some arduino based LED clothing that rocks.

u/schwat · 1 pointr/HotPeppers

Hornworms stand out against the foliage in blacklight/UV light. I bought a UV flashlight on amazon for hunting scorpions & it works wonders for catching those bastard hornworms too.

Don't have a pic of a hornworm in the light but it's bright as hell for $13:

u/fooloflife · 1 pointr/discgolf

I bought this blacklight flashlight to charge my glow discs for the Night of the Living Disc event this weekend. I've never played at night so I'm pretty pumped!

u/WTFNameIsntTaken · 1 pointr/discgolf

Play night golf in backyard course few times/week and tried almost everything.

-Glow discs vs lights vs tape, generally the lights will be the best option, and generally by a large margin. Discs are ok if open field, tape is meh, but lights work in any environment, and even when buried in long grass. It's actually easier to find a disc with a light in 2 foot grass at night than during the day.

-Glow discs themselves, if it isn't Kastaplast, it doesn't actually glow worth a shit, don't bother.

Using these for baskets thanks to another redditor (just order some cheap carabiners), and don't look directly at them when not expecting it, frigging bright

Bought this as charging light, it's ok but a bright ass tactical style light with pocket clip charges them just as well honestly and serves the dual purpose of avoiding snakes etc and navigating around, personally I'd skip it and buy a $20-30 fenix



Tape, it's ok but expected better, maybe try gorilla brand etc

Each basket gets a lantern, each kastaplast gets a battery and 2 led's both top and bottom, tactical light with spare battery in pocket, and we're off.

Personally doing Grym X, Gote, and Berg if want a bag or hands full, or just a Kaxe Z if 1 disc'ing it.

u/Salki1012 · 1 pointr/discgolf

That is the one I have. It might not be the best but it works incredibly well at lighting my glow discs and it fits in my pocket. I have 4 glow discs in my bedroom that I nuke right before bed and it’s been an hour and my 2 USDGC Firebirds are still glowing from around a 5 second charge and my new glow Vibram disc is quite visible as well.

u/CornCobbDouglas · 1 pointr/dogs


Another person said it only worked after it dries so I’ll try that.

u/tripandfall426 · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

it's a UV flashlight and it is purple but my iphones camera makes it look white in the video link to UV flashlight you can see it also makes my keyboards purple under glow look kinda white as well

u/DyingWish · 1 pointr/Tucson

There will be more. These are everywhere. I've never been stung by them.

One of these may be helpful.

u/coodaj · 1 pointr/discgolf

this one works well for me.

u/dlandwirth · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Something like this?

u/yael4562 · 1 pointr/funkopop

Here’s the link to the UV flashlight I bought, it works great!

u/VashTStamp · 1 pointr/Gameboy

I bought this guy for curing loca glue. I just rigged up a cardboard box with a small hole on top for the flashlight to poke it's head in and set it all over my phone's screen. Of course sun ray's have UV rays, but it's always nice to eliminate another variable :) Like another guy said, if it isn't too your liking, you can just peel it off with some isopropyl, friction, plastic razorblades, goo gone, etc.

u/Twofu_ · 0 pointsr/funkopop