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Heat Sensitive Paint

Baby1M

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Re: Heat Sensitive Paint

Mockngbrd;1040387 said:
in SG no use...hot all the way
Wrong Bro. It is not meant for cold climate but works on tropical climate.

Hot is good because the colour stays as it is at 18 degrees and above, it changes to the colour of the layer of [coloured] thermal paint only when the temperature decreases.
 
Re: Heat Sensitive Paint

Need to put down 2 colours in classification when 1st register the car ;)
 
Re: Heat Sensitive Paint

Baby1M;1040392 said:
Wrong Bro. It is not meant for cold climate but works on tropical climate.

Hot is good because the colour stays as it is at 18 degrees and above, it changes to the colour of the layer of [coloured] thermal paint only when the temperature decreases.

dats y won't work in sg... it stays 18 and above all the way
 
Re: Heat Sensitive Paint

The sell point is - which could be handy if you’re trying to evade an ex. Or the cops… (from article)
:lol2: :lol2: :lol2: :lol2: :lol2: :lol2: :lol2: :lol2: :lol2: :lol2:
 
Re: Heat Sensitive Paint

Wa ... So cool, learnt from the toy makers - hot wheels cars

Just go to car wash to change colors.

Meaning day and night can have different colors .. Si bei sart !!
 
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Re: Heat Sensitive Paint

When was the last time our weather dropped to below 18 degrees?
 
Re: Heat Sensitive Paint

who the fuck wanna make their cars look so ugly?
 
Re: Heat Sensitive Paint

this is pretty stupid in my opinion. hahahaha but cool concept though.. hot wheels leading the waaaaayy...........
 
Re: Heat Sensitive Paint

vexxus;1040754 said:
So the base colour is black or orange.. :thinking:

that will be orange
 
Re: Heat Sensitive Paint

vexxus;1040754 said:
So the base colour is black or orange.. :thinking:
benji ben;1040822 said:
that will be orange
The video sample, yups yups correct. Orange with a layer of [black] thermal paint.... if its [white] thermal paint, it will change to white.
 

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