Colour Changing Adhesive Vinyl (Sticker) – Styletech
Get your colour changing adhesive vinyl made by Styletech, aka sticker material from RQC Supply, we are delighted to announce that we are now an authorized Styletech Distributor with more colours arriving in the next few weeks. Let us know what favourites you are looking for and we will order it in.
Cold Blue – Color Changing Vinyl
All of our Styletech craft colour change vinyl comes with an adhesive on one side with a paper backing that protects the adhesive until exposed. Styletech colour changing vinyl responds to the environment by changing colour depending on the temperature. This type of vinyl is best suited for windows and glass graphics like drinkware cups and pitchers. They are not dishwasher safe and are not meant for outdoor use. Currently, we have two colour choices available in a cold blue and a red hot yellow.
Cold Blue is a temperature-sensitive vinyl that, when chilled below 59°F (15°C), changes to a vibrant blue. When returned to a warmer temperature, the vinyl changes back to its frosted translucent colour. In comparison, the Red Hot Yellow is red at room temperature and turns yellow when heated above roughly 80°F, cool it off and it returns to its original red colour. Not both the red hot yellow and Cold Blue has a permanent adhesive, but it is not recommended for outdoor applications due to UV fading.
- Finish: Blue: Warm – Translucent frosted white | Cold – Bright Blue Gloss Red Hot Yellow: Warm: Yellow, Cool: Red.
- Adhesive: Permanent *Not recommended for outdoor durability
- Thickness: 3.5 mil
- Minimum Application Temperature: 41°F to 122°F
- Applied Temperature Resistance: -50°F to +225°F
- Film Type: Calendared
- Release Liner: 78# Kraft.
- Compatible with most craft cutters such as Cricut, Silhouette, Xyron, Craft ROBO, Graphtec, Quickutz, Inspirations, Pazzles, etc.
- Recommended Hand Wash Only
- Currently only available in 12″x12″ sheets.
Due to the strong, permanent adhesive and gloss finish of the Cold Blue, it is highly recommended to burnish the transfer tape thoroughly and peel the release liner away from the transfer tape instead of lifting the transfer tape/vinyl up. Please see the application video for complete application instructions
Keep in mind that minor variations in machines and batches of vinyl may cause you to need to tweak your settings a bit. It’s always best to check the chart under your machine for the type of vinyl you are cutting then refer to the settings next to it.
**Settings may vary by machine or batch of vinyl. Speed may change depending on the intricacy of the cutting as well.**
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