90cm x 2m dc fix TINTED HEAT and GLARE PROTECTION static cling window film (337-5001)
**Please note there are two clear polyester backing films to remove front & back of the vinyl and the product is not suitable for vehicle windows.
Purchase a pack of 2 rolls for money off our single roll price
dc fix static cling tinted heat & glare protection film uses an easy, non-adhesive application method – the film adheres to the glass using water and static cling technology. Offering 25% visible light transmission, 99% UV protection and 60% heat protection, the vinyl film is ideal for use in a conservatory or home office to reduce glare and make it more comfortable in hot summer months.
NOTE: Box includes film, cutter, squeegee & instructions
dc fix is our preferred brand of vinyl film due to its 5* rating for adhesion, opacity, lightfastness, shrinkage and durability.
Ideal for conservatories, offices and public buildings, the tinted film reduces glare, provides heat protection (60%) and UV protection (99%), which helps prevent carpets and soft furnishings from fading.
Quick and easy to apply to clean, smooth, flat glass surfaces. Simply spray the glass with plenty of water, remove the clear backing paper and smooth into place into position, pushing the excess water out to the sides. If you make a mistake, peel back and start again. The water will dry out leaving a flawless finish. The box contains cutter and squeegee.
Fully removable & Re-usable
To remove simply peel away from the glass. It comes away cleanly, leaving no residue behind. The film can be re-used using water to re-apply.
Wipe clean with a regular household cleaner.
Peace of mind
Product is well protected and delivered in a strong postal tube or box to avoid damage during transit.
- Leave a 2mm gap around each edge of the film to ensure it doesn’t overlap onto the window seals and maintains 100% contact with the glass for full adhesion
- Don’t forget to remove the clear protective films on the front and back
- Follow our How to Apply guide for best application method