Self Adhesive Film, Easy to cut & trim to size, Full fitting instructions supplied with your order.
White Frosted, Hazed Square Patterned, Decorative Window Film
Design of film:- Mia
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A highly detailed dotted block pattern for an interesting texture
Ideal for privacy, to obscure unsightly views or to update tired interiors. There is no better choice of material than one of our frosted decorative glass window films.
These patterned window films can be installed on any smooth glass surface, including double glazed units, and can be used anywhere in the home, office, retail or hospitality industry. As they are resistant to condensation and moisture, they are ideal for bathrooms and kitchens. A cheap, economical upgrade to almost any glass, providing fantastic privacy and beautiful aesthetics.
Made from printed polyester, they are durable and easy to maintain/clean. They are designed to be permanent, so will last for years: but can be easily removed with steam or specialised tools.
• Full fitting instructions supplied with your order.
• Professional quality - as used by professional window film fitting companies.
• Non-Fade, Easy DIY install.
• Self Adhesive Film
• Easy to cut & trim to size
• Allows natural light through the film
Please note if you order multiple quantities, we will send as one continuous roll.
Window Film Fitting Instructions, Technical specifications and glazing suitability chart are available to download at the bottom of the page.
The video below shows Opal White Frosted Window Film been installed. The product you are purchasing will look different but is still easily installed with the exact same method using a few basic tools, these are also available to purchase. The Window Film fitting video is only a couple of minutes long and covers all the knowledge you'll need to complete your DIY Window Film installation.
This is the second time I've used Active Window Film as I was so impressed first time around. The film is good value, delivered quickly and easy to use although I recommend watching the instruction video. The hardest bit is separating the film from the backing which can be fiddly but other than that it's a doddle and an effective, cheap way for privacy.