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This is really easy to make and cheap

Step 1: How to make a glow staff

first buy plastic tubbing (1 meter)

Step 2: How to make a glow staff

then buy glow staicks (any colour) and then attach them to the plastic tub

glow stick ================= glow stick
plastic tubbing

Step 3: How to make glow staff

then snap to make glow and have fun
 
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kharris112 years ago
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I have to applaud your efforts and taking the time to post up a guide. However, you should try a little more content / details on the steps.
u tape glowsticks on the end of a stick, what detail is there
that is what i was thinking
well, you know, there are different types of taping styles, like cuting, ripping, burning(tetranitrate) making it split with your mind(kiteman....) and so on..... lol, i like this ible!
Plus, of course, a simple statement to the effect that if you tape the WHOLE glowstick on, you'll have a devil of a time snapping it...
wow, lmao
bobhill1255 years ago
you can make glowing nunchucks
that both seems pointless and dangerous, but i have to admit, i tried just taping them to a stick and it does make it a heluva lot easier.
more or less, thats all you do
Ward_Nox7 years ago
cool idea but i have a couple things id do different....
tell us what you'd do.
id just atach throwies to either end
mattsmad (author) 7 years ago
this is really kl to make
mattsmad (author)  mattsmad7 years ago
thanks
It's so nice that you approve of your own Instructable!

My problem is that your instructable is mysteriously short on any Instructions! It's a cute picture. It would be nice to SHOW how you made it... Plastic tubing does not an Instrucable make.
my guess is split personality
PetervG Liganic7 years ago
Crazy. .
ARVash PetervG7 years ago
No, the man's mad.. -- look at the username :O.
he wasnt comlementing himself. he was talking to spinach_dip
If you look, his two posts were first. Mine was the third one.
Cheiron7 years ago
A glow stick is really simple, just luminol and hydrogen peroxide. When Luminol is exposed to the oxygen released by hydrogen peroxide (as it decomposes pretty fast) it causes the luminol to glow. Really neat stuff I played with it in Chemistry class. Basically it looks like this guy is trying to show us the basic concept of fiber optics. If you reallly wanna make it glow fill a sealed tube with luminol and then a bit of hydrogen peroxide and shake it up. Then you will have a giant light stick.
lemonie Cheiron7 years ago
Violates the laws of quantum physics. The triplet-singlet transition (which emits the photon) is forbidden...
crapflinger7 years ago
...i don't know if any of you looked at the pictures...but if the poster of the instructable is the same person as the one in the picture...then this is a child...(you're what...less than 14...don't answer that) it's not some 40 year old dude saying "look what i can do"...maybe you guys (a few of you have posted AWESOME instructables by the way)...should get off your high horse for like 5 minutes a day and quit being so freaking pessimistic... just because it's not the most complex thing in the world doesn't make it useless...i mean this isn't "how to throw a rock" or that "frog in the pin" deal...some kid may never have thought of taping a glow stick to some PVC or a broom handle... i love this site and i'm glad i found it because i've gotten alot of great ideas for projects and new knowledge to make some old projects better...but sometimes alot of "you guys" (no one specific) are entirely too elitest....so what...the kid didn't wire up a fully functioning robot girlfriend controlled with the first TRUE AI software...but at least he's doing something creative
Fair enough. I don't really care how high-tech a project is. Only one of my projects is even remotely high-tech. It's just a matter of explaining the idea, whatever it is.

Here there's just a couple action shots of the finished item and no explanation of how it's attached. That would help.

Are the glow sticks stuck in the end and held in with duct tape? Just how is it done, exactly? What about using a dowel and attaching two glow sticks to each side of each end? That way you can put pairs of colors and have even cooler looking trails.

For what it's worth, here's a similar project. Fire Staff
i'll appologize for my tone in the response...i've just gotten a little tired of people contantly bashing projects they don't like so much...i do agree that this one in particular is a little lacking in steps/info/etc...but...i just think the tone of some of the replies could have been a little nicer...given the poster's aparent age
Miltron_B7 years ago
Good Work kid. Don't mind all the coments from the pessimistic. Keep showing the whole world evry damn thing you come up with. Y esto va para ustedes, pinches insensibles de mierda: Ya denjen de jalarsela!
hivoltage7 years ago
someone should do this with leds
spinach_dip7 years ago
theres actually a better but more costly way of doing this. i saw it while in my martial arts class. you take a staff, not plastic tubing but like a wooden staff and you tape it all around with glow in the dark tape.the whole thing glows, its not the same effect as the glowing stick in the picture since that is brighter but you can get a similar effect.
siberial7 years ago
my guess is he suffors from colin feral syndrome, he probably has a mirror in every room in his house, and on him at all times. He feels the need to complement himelf as often as possible as he knows its probably the only recognition he will ever get.
Well thank god for the mighty glow stick's innate ability to stick to plastic tubbing.