Our static cling frosted window film is a non adhesive vinyl material which is applied directly to glass, for privacy day and night, to hide an unsightly view, or to keep your valuables from prying eyes. As it is non adhesive, it is very easy to apply and remove, making it ideal for rented properties or for temporary privacy requirements. However, the film is very durable and will last for many years if required. Available in 1m and 1.5m widths in a length of your choice, or cut to size to your exact measurements.Read More
Our static cling frosted window film is a non adhesive vinyl material which is applied directly to glass to enhance privacy, to add security, or as an affordable alternative to net curtains. Once applied, the film will give you 24 hour privacy from either side of the glass, with very little loss of natural light. Unlike self adhesive frosted window film, static cling film has no glue but instead relies on a static charge to cling to glass. The main benefit is that the film is easy to apply, and even easier to remove. This type of product is therefore widely used in rented properties like flats and offices, or on building sites. The other benefit of the static privacy window film is that it also hides valuable items from sight for added safety, and can mask an unsightly view just as well.
Static cling frosted window film can be applied to any smooth non textured glass surface, including double glazed units, and can be used anywhere in a home or office, including on a bathroom window as it is resistant to condensation. It can be used on the bottom half of a bay window for example, or to cover a whole glass door. It is ideal for rented properties or short term office lettings. Frosted privacy film can also be used on a building site to cover large windows and hide tools and equipment, or on your front door to hide post whilst on holidays.
Unlike the self adhesive version, static cling film has a clear protective liner which when removed activates the static effect whilst protecting the cling side. Because there is no metric grid printed on the back of the static cling frost, we would recommend ordering this product cut to size, especially if you have a large amount of panes to cover.
The static frosted film gives your windows and doors an opaque finish similar to acid etched glass. The frosted glass effect is emphasised by a slight graininess of the film, which makes it more realistic. It is neutral in colour but will give clear glass a grey white translucent colouring. If you're not sure whether this is the right product for you, feel free to ask for a free sample first.
We have also been told by dog owners that privacy frosted film can help prevent your dog from barking at passers by walking past your window, or at squirrels on your garden. Just apply a strip of frost film up to the height of your dog when standing on it's hind legs. You'll be amazed at the results.
Our website is packed with practical privacy frosted window film products available for delivery in the United Kingdom from our London office building. Our customer service and experience is second to none and we are the highest rated window film company on Truspilot with over 8000 reviews from satisfied customers. We hold plenty of stock of a wide range of window films and tend to ship your items within 24h of your purchase for prompt delivery using either Royal Mail or TNT for shipping throughout the country. Free shipping is available for orders over £50.00.
As it is non adhesive, it is very easy to remove literally in seconds. It will just peel off the glass. But don't worry, it will not fall off the glass and can stay on for years if required.
Yes it can. If you are planning to re-use the film, make sure you keep the clear liner and re-apply the film to it for further use at a later stage.
Very easy, and very quick. To apply the film, all you'll need are a few basic tools including a spray bottle, and we even throw in a small application tool with your order for free. Soapy water is the key ingredient, which makes air bubbles a thing of the past. Please take a minute to watch our video tutorial. It's really that easy.