Will An LED Flashlight Work For UV Dye Detection?

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Ben is a flashlight junkie, owning several tactical flashlights from companies such as Surefire, Fenix and Inova! In his free time, he goes fishing, camping, and hunting.

Many people have use for UV dyes, for example, detecting leaks. One popular usage of UV dyes is to detect leaks in a car’s cooling engine. Unfortunately, this is one use where a LED flashlight will not work. To detect UV dyes, you’ll need black light. To get this black light, you’ll need a black bulb, and you can use it with any ordinary lamp.

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