8 Mil Security Window Film 30" Wide x 6.5 ft. Roll
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- Security Window Film
- Excellent UV rejection 90% VLT, virtually clear, blocks 99% of UV rays
- 2 Ply 8 Mil Window Film
- Width: 30 in and Length: 6.5 ft
- Orders placed for multiple quantities of the same film will ship as one continuous roll up to 50 ft
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Security Window Film Security Window Film designed to slow or prevent entry from a burglar. If the glass is broken the film will hold the window together preventing or delaying a thief from easily entering your home. A thief's number asset is time and the film takes that asset away. Excellent UV rejection 90% VLT, virtually clear, blocks 99% of UV rays. To Purchase a Complete Installation Kit (includes: Mounting Solution, Squeegee Card and more) click the following link: RMATPROKIT 2 Ply 8 Mil Window Film Width: 30 in Length: 6.5 ft Packaging: Orders placed for multiple quantities of the same film will ship as one continuous roll up to 50 ft. Installation Instructions Additional Information: All security films are installed on the interior surface of a window. The best method of installation is to remove the glass from the window frame, install the film, and reinstall the glass into the frame. The frame will act as an anchor to the film. If this is not possible, a bead of clear (or white, if preferred) silicone around the edge of the glass, about 24-48 hours after installation, is highly recommended. This will keep the glass and film firmly anchored in the frame if the glass is broken. Note: Do not apply Window Film on plastic or plexiglass surfaces, motor vehicle windows, frosted, etched, leaded, cracked, holed, deeply scratched glass or glass that is very old (over forty years)
Top Customer Reviews
I covered the doors that have glass in them to resist an intruder from accessing the thumb turn dead bolt inside.
As my needs warrant I will purchase more from this seller
Next time, I will buy a long right angle measuring tool (L) to ensure I cut exactly...I assumed manufacturer cut at 90 degrees but I was a bit off an had to do some trimming.
An Exacto/razor blade knife will NOT cut through the film because it is too thick. Use good fairly heavy duty scissors.
Do cut to or slightly less than window dimensions, hold to the window and decide if trimming is needed so there is at least 1/8 inch on each side...some DIYs say spray everything, put on window and trim excess but this film is way too thick. The good news is thick is good and it stays down when you peel off the plastic. I unraveled my roll for a few days before completing the task.
I used my AARP card instead of a credit card because it's rigid yet less sharp at edges to squeegee water out between film and window. You don't need to buy a special tool or kit. I used a small capful of dish detergent in filtered water.
1 Really make sure inside window is completely clean and no debris.
2 put little piece of masking or painters tape on each side of 1 corner. Put little piece of folded tape between film and surface it's on
3 Spray your fingers, start peeling, spray film and fingers 2-3 times until all peeled off.
4 Spray film, spray window, fingers, put film on window, check sizing, trim if needed (nice to have someone helping, I didn't), Squeegee water out working top to bottom pushing to the sides, let gravity help you. After a while if you see any bubbles remain, spray and squeegee them out.