Everyone here at Empire Labs agrees that the idea of making an exact silicone copy of any penis is really cool, but making a copy that glows in the dark? Even cooler! What exactly is it that makes your Glow in the Dark dildo glow, though?
Your finished dildo will glow by a process known as zinc sulfide phosphorescence. Zinc sulfide (not to be confused with zinc sulfate, which has a very different molecular structure) is mixed with a precise concentration of a metal 'activator', which essentially allows it to store light energy. An easy way to think of how it works is to compare an activated zinc sulfide molecule to our solar system. The sun is its nucleus, consisting of positive charges (protons) and neutral charges (neutrons). The planets spinning around the sun are like the electrons, all in orbit around the nucleus. Light gets these electrons excited and causes them to take on energy. When the electrons become excited they move farther away from the nucleus into higher orbits. The electrons will remain in this excited state as long as they receive light to energize them. When the light source is removed, the electrons will slowly return to their original lower orbits. As they drop down, the energy that excited them in the first place is released in the form of light. This is known as zinc sulfide phosphorescence, and it's what makes your penis copy glow so brightly.
You only have to expose your dildo to light for a few minutes to see it work, but more charging means more glowing, so you might wanna let it sit a while and charge. Depending on how long your dildo is exposed to light, this glow effect or 'light release' can take place over an hour or even more.
Whatever your definition of a highly unique sex toy might be, it likely won't even come close to a Glow in the Dark Clone-A-Willy Kit!