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Pink Etch Window Film

Our pink frosted window film is ideal for privacy in a business or home, with minimal loss of natural light. Available by the metre or cut to size to meet your exact measurements.

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  • By the metre or cut to size
  • Easy to apply with no bubbles
  • Free shipping option
  • Free application tool

Our Purlfrost branded etch effect window film is a premium film ideal for that contemporary look, with a subtle colouring and slight sparkle finish. It allows 80% of light through.

Once applied, the film will give you 24 hour privacy from either side of the glass.
It will work on any smooth glass surface - including double glazed units - and can be used anywhere in the house or office, including bathrooms and kitchens as it is resistant to condensation.

Our Purlfrost branded frosted film comes with our own trademark backing paper allowing you to easily mark and cut your film, and create your very own bespoke designs, should you wish to.

However, you can also order this window film cut to size, which makes light work of the application process.

How easy is the film to apply?

Very easy, and very quick. But don't just take our word for it - read our fantastic Trustpilot reviews, they're all genuine.

To apply the film, all you'll need are a few basic tools, and we even throw in a small application tool with your order for free. Soapy water is the key ingredient, which allows you a bubble free application.

Take a minute to watch our video tutorial. It's really that easy. There's also a great tip on how to create a clear border around the film... using a CD case!


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