Reversible Hydrochromic paints for construction
Reversible Hydrochromic paints react to water or moisture. A white paint becomes transparent after contact with water, revealing a colourful design applied underneath.
When the paint becomes dry again, it returns to its original white colour. This type of hydrochromic paints react to water in a reversible way.
They can be used by architects who shape city spaces. When the road surface or a pavement are dry, they seem bland, colourless, dull and monotonous, and after a rainfall, these elements can change to vibrant images with vivid colours and colourful ornaments.
This way, it is possible to shape also spaces where the water is a source of entertainment or rest, such as swimming pools, saunas, foumtains etc.
When the water reaches the surfaces coated with hydrochromic paints, it will transform them, giving them a completely different character, changing their colour, shade, turning the coated object into something completely different or adding to it surprising and message-changing complementations.