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Gila Window Films PB78 Privacy Residential Window Film, Black, 36-Inch by 6-1/2-Feet
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- Creates daytime privacy
- Room darkening
- Rejects up to 99 Percent of UV
- Rejects up to 94 Percent glare
- Static cling application with no adhesive required
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Amazon.ca Product Description
Enjoy the light while not allowing others to see inside. Gila Privacy Control Window Films (aka window tints) provide daytime or 24-hour privacy to your home while still admitting filtered light. These DIY privacy window films improve the appearance of your windows by adding a designer look that is similar to more expensive etched, stained or textured glass. Privacy window films/tints also block UV rays that can fade interior furnishings.
From the Manufacturer
Gila films are the brand leader in DIY (do it yourself) window films. Our best in class deep dyeing, coating, and adhesive technologies have helped design higher performing, longer lasting films that are among the best in the marketplace. We manufacture and package our films at our world class manufacturing facility located in Martinsville, VA USA in order to measure and ensure tight quality and performance standards from start to finish.
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-When I ordered it, there was no information specifying that it could not be installed on the inside of multi paned windows. I followed the instructions on the BOX and put the film on the inside of the window only to later discover that there were detailed instructions on the inside of the roll of film. (Please don't put prominent instructions on the outside of the box when they are incomplete).
The heat of the sun caused the film to let off an awful toxic smell, so I promptly removed it.
I'm not going to install it on the outside of their window because it's on the second storey and that would be dangerous.
Bottom line is, I would never have purchased this if the advertising was clear about its application limitations on different types of windows.
It was a waste of money, and in the end, cardboard is doing a much better job.