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temperature sensitive paint

temperature sensitive paint

temperature sensitive paint

I'm trying to track down any types of paint that are clear at a low temperature and become more opaque at a higher temperature.  Any ideas where to look?


RE: temperature sensitive paint


Thanks for the website.  This is somewhat along the lines I'm looking for, but hoped I could find more of a paint process to apply to something.  

Also not sure if these types of paints could go from clear to colored?

RE: temperature sensitive paint

I think the Tempil organization could set up a paint to do virtually whatever you need - check with them - I suspect they are the most likely people to have what you need in their current products.

RE: temperature sensitive paint

I notice Tempil makes paint that changes once (permanent change.) Anyone know who makes the paint that changes all the time? (Like on children's toy cars and such?)


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