Our plain frosted window film is a self-adhesive vinyl ideal for privacy in a home or business, designed to obscure the glass in your front door or windows with minimal loss of natural light. Available by the metre in 1m, 1.2m and 1.5m width, or cut to size to your exact measurements.
Our Purlfrost branded plain frosted window film allows 90% of light through. It is also our most popular film as it is suitable for most uses, whether as a cheap alternative to net curtains, for enhanced privacy, to make your existing glass opaque therefore saving on the cost of replacement, to obscure an unsightly view or just to update an interior.
The film is a thin self-adhesive vinyl material with a frosted finish. Once applied, the film will give you 24 hour privacy from either side of the glass. It has a very subtle finish.
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. It can be applied to any glazed area including windows, glass doors, and even glass fronted cabinets or mirrors. However, the film is not suitable for patterned or rippled glass.
You can purchase our film by the roll, or cut to your exact measurements which makes light work of the application process. Our Purlfrost branded films come 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.
Yes, frosted film can be used on glass balconies for example, but there's no warranty for external use. The film will last for many years as long as it is not in direct contact with the elements.
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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!