HIDBEA One Way Window Film UV Blocking Heat Control Glass Tint for Home | Mirror Reflective Effect | Daytime Privacy Protection | Static Cling Sticky 17.5 Inch x 6.5 Feet Silver
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|Size||17.5 Inch x 6.5 Feet|
|Installation type||Static Cling|
About this item
- ADVANCED UV BLOCKING PROTECTION - This anti-glare UV window film is designed to block out harmful UV rays which can impact eye and skin health, heat insulation, and energy savings for intense summers and year-round coverage.
- STATIC CLING APPLICATION - This advanced window tint film uses static cling to easily attach to your window and doesn't use adhesives for a faster, bubble-free placement. It can also be removed with no sticky residue!
- DAYTIME PRIVACY PROTECTION - Applying our window tint to your windows keeps prying eyes from looking in during daytime while letting natural lights in, and outside glass shows mirror reflective effect. NOTICE: When the inside light is stronger than outside at night, the film CAN NOT provide privacy, and the mirror reflective effect will disappear. Do remember to draw curtain during night.
- MULTIPURPOSE HOME OR OFFICE USE- HIDBEA window film privacy cling can be used in living rooms, waiting areas, bedrooms, attics, enclosed porches, and anywhere windows where you want to block UV light or intense heat. (Not applicable to double pane glass)
- TRUSTED AFTER-SALES SERVICE - We want to provide you with the very best privacy window film possible, as well as with customer service you can rely on. We'll always be here to answer questions and provide fast support.
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Is there uncomfortable light outside?
Would you like a reliable private space?
Is the sunshine too dazzling?
Do you have the above problems?
If so, HIDBEA mirror reflective film is good at blocking lights from outside to protect privacy inside, creating a
comfortable and reliable privacy room, reducing the intensity of sunlight to make the sunshine soft, also allowing
the light in so that indoor will not be dark.
►Material: vinyl, no glue
►IR rejection: 85%~90%
►UV rejection: 85%~97%
Step 1. Keep window or glass clean
Step 2. Wet the window or glass with water (Soapy water will be the best choice)
Step 3. Remove the static film from backing protect sheet (Please make sure you have removed it before
you apply the window film to glass)
Step 4. When you install it, apply to wet glass and smooth with hands
Step 5. Squeegee away air bubbles and redundant water
Step 6. If you want to remove it, simply peel the window film from any corner. It comes off cleanly without residue
☆Before pasting, remember to tear off the protective film and spray a lot of water.
☆Use a watering can to spray more water on the glass and surface of the film, the more water, the better, and
scrape all the bubbles out with a squeegee.
☆Cut the film to a size of 2mm from the window frame, pick up a corner at the edge, re-spray and paste,
and scrape the bubble.
1 x HIDBEA privacy glass film
1 x User manual
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I gathered up some tools - a metal ruler, a razor knife, and a silicone shower squeegee thing. Once the film is cut roughly the right size (I left about a quarter inch extra), Use soapy water in a spray bottle and spray both the glass and the film. I used dish soap. Once its evenly misted lay on the film starting at a top corner. Line up the top edge and one of the side edges and then spray a bit of soapy water on the back. The soapy water helps the squeegee slide easier and I ended up pretty much zero bubbles after I figured this out. Once it smoothed out you can use the ruler and the razor knife to trim the other side edge and the bottom edge straight.
Reviewed in the United States on 2 August 2019
Reviewed in the United States on 8 July 2019