Static cling window film is a thin laminated material you can place on the glass inside your home to give it a frosted look. Static cling window film not only looks fantastic, but provides privacy and helps regulate the temperature in your home. It can also be attached, removed and re-used multiple times as necessary; unlike self-adhesive window film, static cling varieties also leave little to no residue behind.
Energy efficiency — Static cling window films are an effective solution to common heating and cooling issues. These window treatments can maintain indoor temperatures by acting as a barrier against sunlight and reducing heat transfer. Additionally, this helps reduce the strain on your heating and cooling systems, leading to potential energy savings and lower utility bills.
Enhanced privacy — Get the desired level of privacy at home or in the office without sacrificing natural light. Our static cling window films come in various opacities, allowing you to obscure the view from outside while still allowing daylight to filter through.
UV protection — Block harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays that cause fading and damage to your furniture and preserve the longevity of your interior fabrics.
Static cling window frosting options to suit every style
Static cling window films are easy to install and leave no sticky residue. At Luzen&Co, we offer a variety of designs, patterns and frost options. Whether you’re looking to blackout your living room or give your shower a frosted look, Luzen&Co have options to suit every household. Some of the top pieces in our collection include:
Give your home a new look and feel with our easy-to-apply frosted window film. Its unmatched strength and durability will not only last for years to come, but our outstanding designs are sure to be a hit with future guests. Contact us now to learn how we can help you transform your home.
Does static cling window film stay on?
Yes. However, this will come down to proper preparation and application. We recommend using a squeegee to ensure the film is stuck down properly. And even if you decide to remove your static cling window film, our products are easily removable and leave no traces or marks.
How do I install static cling window films?
Easily! You can watch our video guide above or follow these steps:
- Thoroughly clean the window surface to ensure proper adhesion. Use soapy water and a soft cloth to remove dirt, dust and fingerprints.
Unroll the static cling window film on a clean surface and trim it to the desired size, with a slight overlap on all edges.
- Spray soapy water generously onto the glass surface. This creates a temporary bond that allows you to adjust the film’s position during installation.
Carefully position the static cling window film on the wet glass, adjusting the position to match the surface of the window.
- Use your hands or a squeegee to gently smooth out the film, starting from the centre and moving outward. Use the squeegee to eliminate air bubbles trapped beneath the film.
Use a cutter or utility knife to trim the excess film along the edges to fit your static cling window film precisely.
How can I make the edges of my window film stick?
We recommended spraying the glass with water first before application. This will help the film cling to the edges of the glass.
How long does static cling window film last?
Depending on the window frosting you purchase, our products can typically last between 10 and 20 years, granted they are cared for appropriately.
Do you put window film on the inside or outside?
Window film should always be placed on the inside of the glass. While our film does stick to the outside, it will drastically reduce its lifespan if it’s exposed to the elements.
Can you layer static cling window film?
Yes. It’s possible to layer static cling window film, but not recommended. Adding another layer to the existing window frosting can impact its appearance.
How do I maintain and care for my static cling window film?
It’s relatively simple to maintain your static cling window film. We recommend following these steps to ensure the longevity of your window films:
- Clean the film using a soft, non-abrasive cloth and mild soapy water. Avoid abrasive cleaning agents and tools that could damage the film.
- Regularly inspect the film for any signs of wear or peeling at the edges. If edges begin to lift, you can reapply them using the wet method described in our installation guide.