What are Glow in the Dark Tiles

Element Glo Glow in the Dark Tiles are 1″ and 2″ tiles that can be installed within a myriad of surfaces including pools, spas, backsplashes, and more.* By day, they provide a colorful contrast to the surface they are installed in and, by night, glow in the dark.

* Custom sizes available upon request.

Individually Hand-Made

Not produced by any machinery - thus making them truly unique works of art that add dimension to your application.

Water and Muriatic Acid Proof

Built to sustain concrete and plaster applications, making them ideal for pools, spas, and walkways.

Available in various sizes

Tiles are available in two stock sizes, 1" and 2" and can also me custom made for your specific application upon request.

Designed for Continuity

Professionally designed to work alone or cohesively within a group of glow tiles.

Glow Guarantee

Each tile is inspected and guaranteed to glow every night for the lifetime of the surface for which they are installed.

Shipped to You Securely

Each tile is secured to a mesh for efficient installation and protected to ensure safe arrival.



Call us at 888-883-1308 and we’ll make your tiles!

Tile installation instructions

Step 1

Adhere tiles to the surface (wall or ground) using a high-bond adhesive (Thinset or similar) to final plaster, pebble, or grout finish. Note: Trim the mesh of the tile to size but do not remove it. The mesh promotes a more stable bond and makes installation much easier both in labor and time.

Step 2

Apply and trowel plaster or pebble surface as normal, but stay mindful as to not allow plaster to dry on the surface of the tiles. As long as the plaster does not harden on the tiles, it can easily be reveals with a simple water rinse or wet cloth.

Step 3

While rinsing and applying and acid wash on the entire surface, there is no need to avoid the tiles. Apply the acid wash and rinse naturally. Do not wipe tiles while acid is applied - only rinse the top.

Step 4

Enjoy the look and glow of your tiles for the lifetime of the structure they are installed within.