|Part Number||Dim It|
|Item Weight||0.64 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 3 x 0.1 inches|
|Item model number||Dim It|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Special Features||great for use on alarm clocks, cell phones, electronic games, appliances, cable box|
Dim It Light Dimming Sheets
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Package contains 2 (6 inch by 3 inch) static cling "Dim It" light dimming sheets. Easy to use. Easily removable. Just cut to size and apply to clean dry surface of the item that you want dimmed. The uses are endless.
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I also have a LightDims Customizable Original Strength - Light Dimming Sheets for Alarm Clocks, Electronics and Appliances and more. Dims 50-80% of The Light, Medium Size in Retail Packaging., which has it's own problems. It's too thin and uses glue, so blurs the display.
So, the glaring blue and green lights on my cable box, air purifier or electrical cords prevented me from falling asleep, sometimes waking me up in the middle of the night and when that occurred, the lights were like a subtle form of torture preventing me from falling back to sleep. I would find myself getting a sock or trying to tape paper over the lights, which were ineffective band-aids to the problem until I stumbled upon the Dim It ® light dimming sheets. What a brilliant idea coming up with this product. I wish I had thought of it myself!
These dimming sheets work like a charm. They are like a film that adheres to your lit devices without using glue or anything leaving a sticky residue. So you can move around for best placement, remove, etc., without gunking up the device with the light. You cut the sheets of film to fit right over the areas you want dimmed. So, the one package I purchased is more than plenty. I have actually only used part of one sheet to dim all of the lights in my bedroom and am no longer bothered by having to hunt for something, anything, in the middle of the night to cover the light. The only drawback is that now I have dimmed the light on my cable box, I cannot see the time, but I would much rather have that, then the bright blue light glaring at me! Plus, it is not great for those of us with insomnia to be watching the clock all night anyway.
One last bonus about the dimming sheets is that placing them over something like the cable box, does not prevent me from using the remote that is paired with the cable box, so the film does not obstruct the connection, just the annoying light. Winner!
I used this the first night on a couple of clock displays in my home kitchen as I had a migraine and the light from one of them was painful. I meant to take it off before I cooked anything in the oven. I figured it would turn into a mess of gooey melted plastic and possibly even drip onto the hardwood floor or cause some similar issue. Of course I forgot to remove it and I was very surprised that instead of melting, it was somewhat warm to the touch but nowhere near melting after an hour of baking at 450 degrees. I'm not saying it would have held up if the oven door were cracked open for broiling, and I'm definitely not recommending you leave yours on something that heats up, but I did find it interesting that it held up to such abuse.