I’m the type of person that misplaces everything, keys, pocket knives, wallets, glasses, cell phones; nothing is safe once I’ve laid my hands on it. After losing my keys for the millionth time I decided I needed to do something about it. For a while I tried one of those gadgets that beeps loudly when you whistle allowing you to home in on the location of your keys, the problem with that was that it would go off at any loud noise and after it decided to go off several times during class I decided it was time to find a better solution. What I came up with was a simple yet effective glow in the dark fob. Now I know what some of you are thinking, “What use is a glow in the dark fob when I’m trying to find my key’s during the day?” and the simple answer is that it isn’t very much use at all, but there have been many times when I misplaced something during the day, searched for it without any luck, and found it by the bright glow of the fob once it got dark.
So for those of you out there who share my inability to keep track of things please feel free to read on and learn how to make a glow in the dark fob that is both functional and stylish.