Frosted Window Film

108 | Frosted Window Films

Frosted window film is a great way to give your windows a high-end look. This versatile product allows light to pass through while blocking UV rays view and maintaining privacy for your home or office. Its easy to install, its durable, and it comes in a variety of colors and designs, such as etched glass.

Do you need to measure windows before ordering?

The film is not pre-cut, so you will want to have a general idea of how much window cling youll need. If the roll is 36 inches wide and your surface is 45 inches, you might consider ordering a second roll. Dont forget to add a little extra for mistakes.

Where can you use frosted window film?

For the best results, apply the frosted window film on almost any type of smooth, hard surface. Static cling window film can be used for a variety of projects:

  • Windows
  • Shower doors
  • Crafts
  • As a protective barrier on cabinets or counter tops

Does the window film stick like a static cling decal?

Yes, the window film is very similar to a static cling decal, so there is no sticky adhesive to deal with when applying or removing the product.

  • Carefully measure the interior side of the glass, and cut a piece of film to the correct size
  • Prepare the surface by lightly spraying with a mixture of soap and water
  • Remove the backing material and apply the film to the damp surface
  • Working from the middle outwards, use a credit card or squeegee to smooth and remove all of the air bubbles
  • If you are not satisfied with your results, gently remove the film and begin again

Will window film permanently stick to glass?

No, the film is not permanent. While the film will generally stay on the glass until you decide to remove it, there are no sticky adhesives or residue associated with the film. Once removed, simply wash and dry the surface to return it to its original state.

Do you need to obstruct the entire window and view?

Not at all. Since window film can be cut to any shape or size, you can literally use it for any reason.

  • Cover the glass in your front door, but leave a peep hole
  • Cover the bottom half of the window to stop your dog from leaving nose prints, but keep the view for yourself
  • Block the bottom half of a conference room glass wall or door to add privacy, but keep the open feeling
  • For added privacy in a childs bedroom, completely cover the window, but cut out shapes like stars or other designs