Hydrochromic ink changes color when its wet
Hydrochromic ink changes color when its wet Colour Changing Hydro Ink SFXC Hydrochromic Ink Hydrochromic Reversible Wet and Reveal Screen Printing Ink for Paper and Board

SFXC Hydrochromic Screen Printing Ink changes colour when it comes into contact with water - suitable for paper, board and canvas.

Wet and reveal hidden messages, images and text. The ink is white when dry. When the layer of Hydrochromic ink comes into contact with water it turns translucent, revealing the hidden layer.

Please note that Hydrochromic is white and therefore, do not try and cover hard dark colours like black, dark blue or red, instead lighten those colours to be grey, light blue or pink or you will see the dark colours through the white coating.

Apply 2 thin coats by screen printing or using a flat foam roller. Coverage is 50ml per square metre per coat.  


Hydrochromic inks can be used on business cards, invitations, magazines, games, brochures, labels, art installations, children's activities, puzzles and signs.

We also stock Hydrochromic sheets to make your project just that bit simpler!

50ml and 100ml are sample sizes.

Hannah Sykes, a Uni student and SFXC customer, used our Hydrochromic wet and reveal ink to create a very cool raincoat.

 Clothing designed by Hannah Sykes

This company coated adhesive plastic and applied it to tiles in shower cubical:


To view the full description, instructions and the safety data, please click here.

The information supplied in this product description is for guidance only. 

Please fully test our products before print runs, projects, installations and production.

Please contact us for bulk and trade pricing.

Orders over 5 kilo's are CUSTOM ORDERS and will have to be made especially for you, so 5 - 15 days lead times are needed on those.  These orders cannot be returned or cancelled once production has begun.