This film installed is all silver on both the inside and the outside, and offer one way privacy wherever the light is greater. For example, the film provides privacy during the daytime, when it is substantially brighter outside than it is on the inside. At night, this effect reverses. When interior lights are turned on at night, persons on the outside will be able to see right in. This is due to the laws of physics and no window film can overcome this. Because the window films are transparent, any interior light which is turned on will be visible at night.
1 roll of window film
1 copy of installation instructions
Recommended Installation Tools:
A film aid application concentrate (or no-tears baby shampoo) / Bottled water (not tap water) / Spray bottle / Squeegee / Break-away utility knife / Single-edged razor blade / Ruler or tape measure / Soft, lint-free cloth or paper coffee filters
Special Points to Remember Before Installation:
1 This product is designed to apply to interior flat smooth window glass surfaces.
2 Handle the film very carefully. Once creased, the film will remain creased.
3 Larger windows (3-4 wide) usually are best filmed by two people working together to remove the liner, install, and trim the film.
4 Apply film anytime other than in direct sunlight (film may stick too quickly) or freezing weather (film will not stick at all). Best time is early morning or late evening, when the glass is cooler.
5 Film may be removed, but not reused. If you want to remove it, simply peel the window film from any corner.
Note: Window Films provide privacy only under certain lighting conditions. The lighter the film, the less your privacy. The shinier the film, the more your daytime privacy. At night, all films will appear more or less reflective inside depending upon the brightness of indoor lighting. For full privacy at night, close your draperies.