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asked by TopFlight on September 12, 2010
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Thanks for your reply. Have you found that this is helping keep the heat out during the summer?
TopFlight answered on July 22, 2011
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thanks for your comments live in Australia and in a small apartment, gets very hot think I will give this ago, as getting too old to handle this weather 65yrs now have a portable aircon that has worked overtime with this recent heatwave of over 40degs so thanks for your feedback,cheers norma
norma wheeler answered on January 19, 2014
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Agnes Khoo Schwenk answered on July 29, 2011
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I kept two films on in our masterbedroom windows, facing east for more than a year now. The films are supposed to keep the cold out and to stop the cool air (aircon) from escaping during summer. I don't know how well the film will stay, facing west and the afternoon sun is always hotter than the morning sun. You may want to try out just one window (using indoor films) and see how it goes. I intend to leave mine on during summer too and we've 2 huge bay windows of 119ins each and one of the bay window is facing west. Hope this helps.
Agnes Khoo Schwenk answered on November 6, 2010
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