Thermochromic Colour Switch Ink Trial Pack-
If you want to test our thermochromic products without breaking the bank, these high quality, brightly pigmented paints are great for any university or client project...
This handy pack of colour to colour acrylic inks will get you started in the world of thermochromics. Each ink changes from one colour to another when applied to a surface or material, and heated to a temperature of 31°C.
This pack contains 4 vibrant colour to colour inks, available as 25ml (samples) or 250ml bottles each of:
Blue to Neon Green
Purple to Neon Magenta
Green to Neon Yellow
Orange to Neon Yellow
The 25ml sizes, which are samples, come in a handy re-sealable foil pouch.
The effect is instantaneous and can be achieved in several ways…touching the paint with your hands or- using a heating device such as a hairdryer, which will cure the product so it can last longer.
These paints can be used for screen printing on fabric, textiles and paper or board. Or, if you want, feel free to paint with this ink onto any creation! Use a roller when applying this ink. This way, the product will distribute more evenly, especially onto paper and card. Although you can use a brush, the result will be far preferable when using a paint roller.
Applications for these inks include design or promotional purposes.
Compared to buying these items individually, this bundle of SFXC’s favourite thermochromic inks is great value for money. Experience a spectrum of colour with this special offer of thermochromic inks. Trial them the smart way…today!
Store this product in a cool, dry place. Do not expose this paint to UV/sunlight for an extended period. Otherwise the ink will degrade and its thermochromic properties will no longer work as intended.
Contact us for the MDS and TDS data sheets.
The information supplied in this product description is for guidance only.
Please fully test our products before print runs, projects, installations and production.
This product is NOT made to a specific pantone reference. Colours and packaging may vary.