The only way to make Mountain Dew glow is by adding some type of glowing agent, such as the contents of a glow stick. Mountain Dew does not contain the necessary chemicals to facilitate a glowing reaction.Know More
The glowing that occurs in a glow stick is caused by a reaction between hydrogen peroxide, diphenyl oxalate and a fluorophore dye. Hydrogen peroxide reacts with diphenyl oxalate to activate the fluorophore dye to create the flow.
Mountain Dew does not contain diphenyl oxalate, a vital component of the reaction. There is no substance other than diphenyl oxalate that will work to activating the glowing effect. The food coloring in Mountain Dew is not a dye that can be made to glow using a chemical reaction.Learn more about Soft Drinks
Like any sugary beverage, Mountain Dew is bad in large amounts or with frequent consumption. Mountain Dew contained the controversial additive brominated vegetable oil, but the additive was discontinued in May 5, 2014.Full Answer >
A 20-ounce bottle of Mountain Dew contains 91 milligrams of caffeine. Mountain Dew has more caffeine than competing soda brands such as Coke, Pepsi, Barq's Root Beer and Dr. Pepper, according to Mayo Clinic.Full Answer >
Mountain Dew was banned in more than 100 countries outside of the United States when those countries banned drinks containing BVO. BVO stands for brominated vegetable oil, a highly controversial additive that is commonly used in American drinks.Full Answer >
Some slogans that Mountain Dew has used in its advertisements include "Yahoo Mountain Dew...It'll tickle your innards" in 1965, "Get that barefoot feelin' drinkin' Mountain Dew" in 1969 and "Dew it country cool" in 1986. More recent slogans as of August 2014 are "Do the Dew" and "Kickstart your night" for the Kickstart flavors of Mountain Dew.Full Answer >