Temperature hot sensitive vinyl is a type of adhesive vinyl that changes color in response to changes in temperature. This craft vinyl will change color quickly when the temperature When the temperature above 45°C /113°F , and changes back to its original color at a colder temperature.

Temperature hot sensitive vinyl works by using a special ink that is sensitive to temperature changes. When the vinyl is exposed to heat, such as from a heat press or iron, the ink changes color, revealing a new design or image. When the vinyl cools back down, it returns to its original color.

When using temperature hot sensitive vinyl, it is important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully. The temperature needed to activate the ink may be different than for regular vinyl, and it may require a longer application time to ensure the ink fully adheres to the fabric or surface.

Overall, temperature hot sensitive vinyl can be a fun and creative way to add some personality to your craft projects. It can create a unique and unexpected effect that is sure to impress. However, it is important to choose the appropriate vinyl for the surface being used, and to follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully to ensure a successful application.

Yesion temperature hot sensitive adhesive vinyl include:orange turns yellow, purple turns pink, black turns grey, red turns yellow, red turns pink, dark green turns fluorescence green, yellow turns white, wine red turns fluorescence red, green turns yellow.The colorful combination change is incredible and miraculous to decorate your life.


Surface material

PET+PVC face film

Release Paper

PE-Coated Silicon Wood-Pulp Paper

Glue Type


Glue Content

Solvent Polyacrylate

Glue Thickness

0.024± 0.002MM

Glue Color


Film thickness(With Glue)

0.274± 0.02MM


9 colors

Available sizes




Cutting plotter



Removable With Heat


Stretchable With Heat


Outdoor 3 years, Indoor 6 years


Yesion Brand



Operation and Video

STEP 1: Clean Your Surface
The first thing you will want to do is make sure the surface that you are planning on applying the vinyl to is clean and dry. The smoother your surface the easier it will be to transfer your vinyl onto, but rougher surfaces like wood, textured walls, etc. will still work.
Step 2: Cut Your Design
You can cut your design by hand or use a craft cutter. After your design is all cut, remove the excess vinyl from around your image/lettering (this is called weeding).
Step 3: Apply Your Transfer Tape
Simply place your transfer tape over your vinyl, then take something flat and hard (i.e. credit card, scraper, application tool, etc.) to smooth out any bubbles and to make sure it is securely fastened to the vinyl. Next you will carefully pull off the backing paper from the vinyl being careful to make sure that the vinyl has transferred to your tape.
Step 4: Adhere Your Design
Carefully position it onto your project; once you have it in place, firmly press down and use your scraper to smooth out any bubbles. Always make sure to start from the center and work out towards the edges, this will press out any bubbles instead of pushing them in. Once you have your vinyl securely adhered to your surface, take one corner of your transfer tape and slowly pull downwards at an angle. Run your scraper/application tool (credit card, etc.) over the vinyl once applied to get out any remaining bubbles and help secure it to the surface.

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Temperature Hot Sensitive Adhesive Vinyl is often used for creating custom designs including graphics industry, signs, home decor, glass, mirror, ceramic, tiles, cars, letters, banners, striping, decals, picture frames, scrapbooking and more.