HYPERCOLOR SHIRTS HISTORY
hypercolor shirts appeared in the 80s and disappeared in the 90s because they did not wash well and stopped changing color when exposed to high heat. The technology was redesigned in 2004 by Karl Clayton who attempted to perfect the technology so that it was machine washable without color loss and machine dryable without heat damage. 8 years later the technology was perfected under the brand Dyemurex.
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Dyemurex has no association with the HYPERCOLOR brand and claims no affiliation. This bio is strictly to provide a historic timeline of improvements in the thermochromic product market in the same manner as Wikipedia provides an historic account of events. Wikipedia is not up to date, therefore, Dyemurex is providing this information to keep consumers informed of technological advances.