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This is an Active Window Films Exclusive Product, Removable frosted window film it is a vinyl based product and can be fitted both internally and externally. It is backed on a paper liner making it able to be cut with house hold scissors. It’s easier to remove from the liner and a much easier product to fit. As with our entire window film range it’s a wet install product and can easily be fitted with a few household items, such as knife, squeegee and spray bottle. The glue in the removable frost is semi-permanent; giving it a clean remove, it is the perfect film needed for temporary settings i.e. rented accommodation or to white out windows temporarily.
The frosted glass effect window film is a modern and stylish alternative to old traditional net curtains. It is easily fitted, the film can be used for privacy or decoration on bathroom, bedroom, kitchen or patio doors/entrance door windows etc. As well as stopping outsiders looking into your property, it is also ideal for obscuring any unsightly buildings/traffic etc. that may be visible from your window. This is the same window film used by professionals in homes and offices around the country. The film, once fitted is totally resistant to moisture and condensation. It is also very durable and easy to clean, easily fitted by using soapy water, easy to cut and trim to size, and allows over 80% of natural light through the film.
• Professional quality - as used by professional window film fitting companies.
• Non Fade, Easy DIY install.
• Self Adhesive Film
• Easy to cut & trim to size
Window Film Fitting Instructions, Technical specifications and glazing suitability chart is 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.