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Best Home Fashion Non-Adhesive Frosted Privacy Window Film - White - 3 ft x 6.5 ft (1 Roll)
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- A high quality non-adhesive frosted film that is great for privacy while still allowing the sun’s natural light to shine through
- Film thickness: 0.25mm (thicker than most window films, makes it durable and easy to install)
- Offers higher level of heat rejection.
- Using static cling with no adhesives, our window film is easy to apply and removes without residue
- Easy do-it-yourself application. Free window film application squeegee included. Size: 3 ft x 6.5 ft
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Static Privacy Window Films
Add privacy, décor or energy-saving elements to your windows without sacrificing the natural light you love.
Our easy-to-apply window films filter in natural light while partially blocking harmful and draining IR, heat and UV rays.
- Easy adhesive free static cling application
- Simple installation & removal
- Provides privacy
- Filters natural light and diffuses sun glare
- Guards against harmful UV rays up to 99%
- Saves energy & related costs
- Protects furniture from sun damage
Step 1. Clean windows thoroughly. Do not use solutions that contain ammonia or vinegar.
Measure & Cut Film
Step 2. Measure window.
Step 3. Cut film to size using scissors.
Step 4. Remove protective backing.
Spray Window & Apply Film
Step 5. Spray window generously with water or application solution.
Step 6. Apply film & use squeegee to remove bubbles with gentle strokes.
|Static Frosted White||Static Frosted Smoke||Static Black||Static Leaf Design||Static Frosted Stripe||Ceramic Blue Adhesive Back|
|Frosted or Ceramic||Frosted||Frosted||Frosted||Frosted||Frosted||Ceramic Clear|
|Static or Adhesive||Static||Static||Static||Static||Static||Adhesive|
|Helps Block IR, Heat, UV rays||O||O||O||O||O||O|
|Dimension||3 ft x 6.5 ft||3 ft x 6.5 ft||3 ft x 6.5 ft||3 ft x 6.5 ft||3 ft x 6.5 ft||3 ft x 6.5 ft|
No mess, no fuss! Best Home Fashion's Non-Adhesive Frosted Privacy Film is easy to apply and remove. Our high-quality film is great for privacy while still allowing the sun's natural light to shine through. It blocks the view from outside even at night with all the lights on! Our film is ideal for homes and offices with just the perfect amount of frost. It is also easy to cut to size and shape to fit the film on any window or to make decorative alterations. Little to no maintenance is required after installation! Safe, easy, and effective our privacy film will not disappoint.
Top customer reviews
The film is pretty durable and is very easy to install. It came with a squeegee to allow for pushing bubbles out that is created during installation.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Make sure that you apply enough water to the window prior to film installation as this would make it much easier to get the bubbles out and not have them appear days later after installation.
The instructions called for cutting the film roughly to size and leaving about an inch in excess on 2 of the adjacent sides. When I performed the 'final' cuts I didn't make them very accurate and there are very noticeable separation between the film and my window frame. To put it in perspective if light was shining through you can see where the light isn't diffused by the film because of said gap. After experiencing this I decided to do my own thing for window #2. My instructions assume that you are applying this to a square/rectangular window. If you don't feel comfortable cutting essentially into your window (I elaborate in #2 below) then please don't follow along.
1) What I did for my second window installation that was MUCH easier was to use the factory-cut edges for at least 2 sides of the film (take the left side and top for instance) and an inch-or-so excess on the right and bottom sides of the size of your window. BEFORE MAKING ANY CUTS, move the film into place that puts it flush with the top and left sides (remember, these are the factory cut sides I just stated above). Be careful not to cause bends and folds in the film when maneuvering. Also, be sure to get rid of any protruding deficiencies out from the edges of the window and the window-frame or else over time it will cause your film to pull away from the window drying out the water that was behind it. It would then make it difficult to cling back to the window later - for instance there was adhesive that protruded out from the bottom-right window corner that I cut out carefully. Another example was that there were tiny 'shards' sticking out from my window frame that I had to remove, again, BEFORE applying the film ).
2) When you have your film in place take a sharp utility blade (PLEASE USE A NEW BLADE) and put it in the top-right corner of the window, take the squeegee and use it to create a straight-edge for cutting. Your blade should be at an angle that gets your cut as close to the edge of the window and window frame as possible; I held my blade at a 45 degree angle from the surface of the window placed in the crack where my window meets the window frame. The blade MUST BE SHARP because you don't want the blade to snag the film and you don't want to have to apply much pressure for cutting.
3) PLEASE TAKE YOUR TIME! When cutting I HIGHLY RECOMMEND having a second person hold the film while you (or someone else) does the cutting! What also happened on Window #1 for me was that while cutting the film slightly shifted on me and my cut wasn't accurate. Lesson learned.
As you begin to cut move the squeegee down at the same time SLOWLY. Be sure to keep pushing the squeegee into the blade so that it continues to cause the blade to be flush to the edge of the window and window frame (shooting for straight cuts here). When you get to the bottom-right corner, roughly finish your cut slowly and carefully so that the excess film doesn't pull the film you want to apply to your window off. If the film shifts just put the factory cuts sides back into position again. This 'finish cut' should be done so that you are not ruining/wasting film, if at all possible. For instance, when my cut made it to the bottom-right corner of my window I made a diagonal cut away from the window corner that removed the access from the right-side of the film; removing this access makes the bottom cut much easier!
4) Make sure that your film is still in position and use the same cutting technique to finish your last cut needed for the bottom of the window. Once finished there should be no noticeable gap between your film and window frame.
5) Last but not least, use the squeegee for its intended purpose to 'roll' out any air bubbles under the film. Have some kind of liquid absorbent material ready to prevent the excess water from running down your door/wall. I will add that it is normal for your film to move while squeegeeing. I recommend continuously re-positioning the film as to not have it get too out-of-place; may be overly obvious but just to be clear, you can do this very easy by simply putting both hands flat on the film at the same time and apply pressure TOWARDS the area you want it to go.
I applied the film in February '13 and it STILL looks fantastic with no visible bubbles or any separation of the film from the window/window-frame.
Film was applied 20 months ago and still looks great! No newly introduced bubbles, no peeling or drying out. As stated looks great!
12/18/14 EDIT: Made instructions easier to read
If you don't feel comfortable cutting into your window by any means you MAY be able to get away with cutting out cardboard, or some other material, to the exact size of your window (see my response to a comment in this review) - then one could just use scissors if need be. Even with applying very little pressure while cutting you will most likely still cut into your glass. With having the blade angled and getting it up in the crack where the window meets window frame would at least remotely hide such potential imperfections than if you were to cut holding the blade perpendicular to the window. Just a thought.
As a tip, I used scotch tape on the top to hold the film in place, sprayed water on the glass door, and then slowly pulled the clear film off while using the squeegee from the middle to the sides. The more water the better I found. Don't soak it like you're trying to drown the poor door, but give it a good amount as you work your way down and out from the middle.
The best thing about this is it is NON-adhesive, so when you mess up and get a bubble (because you're human and will) you can peel it off the glass, spray some water, and redo it. I just put this on our office door (2/19/14) but if it seems to be coming off or I find anything bad about this I will update my review at that time. If this is still 5 stars it still rocks.
Side note: I have used Adhesive Clear Contact Paper from the store and Amazon and wish I would have tried this first. The adhesive contact paper is hard to work with so if you mess up and get bubbles it is almost impossible to peel it off and try again. I used the adhesive contact paper on my stairwell facing window so some privacy but I got bubbles. Everywhere.
If you're going to do a window/door I would highly recommend using this non adhesive film.
My windows ended up looking really nice, but it took a lot of time and effort.
My suggestions for installation:
Not included tools:
spray bottle with water inside
Small plastic spackle knife with a square corner (to get into the corners of the window)
window cleaning fluid
xacto knife (and several blades if you are doing a lot of windows)
sturdy thick metal ruler/yardstick for cutting straight edges
newspaper or some piece of cheap paper as big as your window
1. Measure your window. Be as exact as possible.
2. Cut a sheet of newspaper to the exact measurements of your window
3. But the newspaper over the window. Modify your exact measurements, noting where you need to add or remove material.
4. Cut another sheet of newspaper to the newly corrected exact measurements of the window
5. Repeat 3 and 4 until you have it right.
6. Use the final newspaper sheet as basically a stencil for cutting the actual film. Make sure that there are no blemishes on the part of the film that you are using—there were a lot of blemishes along the edges of my rolls.
7. Carefully wash your window with the fiber free cloth. The corners are especially important.
8. Separate a corner of the film from its plastic backing and put your finger in there
9. Spray the window with water. Put a lot of water on there, and then quickly separate the film from the plastic and put it into place. The faster you go, the more water will still be on the upper parts of the window and that will make the film easier to slide around into place
10. Use the included squeegee to get air/water bubbles out
11. Use the spackle knife along the edges to get out remaining bubbles. If you have a stubborn bubble along an edge, instead of trying to get it to go out the nearest edge, try pushing it towards a different edge.
12. Use the regular cloth to dry off the window and sill.