|Item Weight||8.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||39.2 x 5.5 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||PRS336|
|Size||36-Inch by 100-Feet|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Warrantyagainst manufacturing defects. Replacement at no charge with submission of valid warranty claim. Original proof or purchase and explanation of manufacturing defect required to substantiate any warranty claim. Solutia reserves the right to request samples of defective window film or tools to substantiate any warranty claim. Warranty coverage is made solely to the original purchaser and may not be transferred. Warranty void if film is subjected to abuse or improper care.|
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1st - Use two people unless it's a very small window or you've done this before. The hardest part is getting the film from the cutting table to the window because it tends to stick to itself. Keep all 4 corners held at all times and use plenty of spray.
2nd - Buy the installation kit that you can get separately. You still will need a squeegee and some other tools but it really helps.
3rd - Follow the video instructions on Gilafilm's website. I didn't even look at the paper instructions.
4th - Don't try and align a "factory edge" of the film to an edge of the window. When you are first putting the film on the window, make sure there is an extra inch or two all around and just get it on there flat. Trying to align an edge perfectly just makes the film stick to the wrong spot on the window or curl up at a corner and stick to itself.
5th - Use plenty of application spray and don't apply the film to a window that's in direct sunlight if you can avoid it for your first time. The spray dries very quickly otherwise.
I was very happy with the finished look. From the outside looking in, you can only see objects that are very close to the window inside, even if you get close to the window (in daylight of course). And inside, the room is noticeably darker and less warm by the window.
I just ordered a 2nd one to do another window.
Ease of installation will really depend on your own skills. I used the same technique I use to tint my car windows, rate myself 4/5. Still not perfect cutting out the film.
Cutting the film: Start by measuring your window panel, cut out the film with scissors or exact cutting knife. Make sure is a little larger than the glass on which you are installing. Make your own installation solution or use diluted Windex. (I do not recommend using too much Windex during install process because it might remove the glue from the film or it might cause the film to fade) Mix like a cup of water with 1 or 2 drops of dish washing detergent or liquid hand soap. You don't want this too bubbly or soapy. Spray the window glass panel where you are trying to install the film. Position the film on the wet glass/window panel without removing film from the backing sheet. The film should stay on the wet glass, this makes it easier to cut. Using a sharp exact knife score along the edges of the glass panel, just hard enough to cut the film and not scratch your window glass panel.
Installing the film: Once the film is cut out perfect size, clean glass with Windex and dry to make sure is clean. Don't have to worry about wet film. Generously spray the installation solution on the sticky side while peeling and on the clean glass. Enough solution to cover the film no need to fully soak it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've done window film before and this compares as poor as it gets. Very static-y so picks up dust and lint from the air in the few seconds it takes to peel and place. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Fixer
So this film is not easy to install, but if you are patient it works very well. Yes, it does stick to itself but slowly peel apart and you can still use the piece. Read morePublished 2 days ago by nursesipes
While the look is nice, this film is virtually impossible to put on a large window. It is too fragile and curls on itself-/ even with 2 people working. Read morePublished 3 days ago by KDo
It's ok. It looks good on the inside but not so much on the outside. Some of the tint was dinged up so those dings look pretty bad. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Linda
My husband put this on a window so I could watch the birds and it is the best thing I could have done. It was not an easy task. Read morePublished 4 days ago by The Weekly Spice
Getting all the bubbles out was a challenge. Good video support at website.Published 5 days ago by Linda Fontaine