Solid Mirror finish, on both sides. Great for privacy.
Most effective Heat and Glare, reducing Reflective Film.
1% Limited Light Transmission through the film.
99 UV block, Anti-Scratch Coating
Turns Clear flat Glass into a solid Mirror
Excellent Solar Heat & Glare Reduction Tint
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Solid Mirror twin-sided Reflective Window Film
Our most effective solar heat reducing, glare-eliminating reflective Film
This Metalized film is giving a Mirror Silver Reflective look on both inside and outside. It’s very effective at reducing heat and providing privacy. This film is not suitable for a one-way effect. It is designed for those looking to achieve a solid mirror finish on both sides.
This film is a popular choice for flat glass, cupboards, and wardrobes doors, to turn clear glass into a mirrored reflective finish. It can be fitted on any non-textured flat clear glass to turn it into a twin-sided mirror. It’s visually the darkest / Heaviest Mirror we sell.
This Mirror Film is also very popular in warehouses to obscure stockroom windows and is often fitted on shower glass doors to provide a privacy strip on walk-in showers and glass partition doors.
This 1% mirror film is fantastic for privacy and a grey alternative to frosted window film finishes. As the film is at 1% there is a very limited amount of light that passes through the film.
This film is available to buy online in two widths 76cm and 152cm, it can be purchased from 1 Metre to 30 Metre Rolls, it is easily installed at home with a few basic DIY tools.
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 being 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.