Static-cling window film is a non adhesive vinyl material which is applied directly to glass. As it is non adhesive, static cling window film is very easy to apply and remove, making it ideal for rented properties or for temporary privacy requirements. However, if required, it will stay on the glass for years, in the right conditions. Choose from frosted finish or patterned designs, in the length of your choice. We also supply a white and a black static-cling window film which are ideal as a temporary security measure when going on holiday or just to make a room darker. All our films are supplied with a free application tool.Read More
Most of our films are designed to enhance privacy, or to make your home or business more secure by keeping valuable items from prying eyes. Our reflective static-cling can be used both for heat and glare reduction, or for daytime privacy.
You might be surprised to find out that static-cling window film has no electric charge. It works simply by suction, which is why it can only be used on smooth non-pourous surfaces like glass. Using soapy water and a squeegee, the film is applied to the glass, and once the water has evaporated, a non-permanent bond is created between the film and the glass.
Yes it can but make sure the film is not in direct contact with water. However, we would recommend an adhesive film which would be more durable in the long term.
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 for a bubble free application. Feel free to view our video tutorial for tips on how to apply window film. It's really that easy. And if you're still not convinced, read our fantastic Trustpilot reviews, they're all genuine!
Couldn't be easier as it's non-adhesive. Just simply peel it off the glass. It takes seconds.
Yes it can, but you'll need to ensure that the static side is protected. We recommend you keep the clear liner the film came with so that it can be re-applied to the film for safekeeping.
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