White block out Static Cling Window Film

SKU: HSW32116


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White block out Static Cling Window Film

Privacy white block out window Film helps reduce heat and reject UV rays. Once applied to the glass it will give a solid white finish. The film provides 24 hour privacy that stops anybody from looking through the glass on either side, day night or with a torch. This film is suitable for all types of flat glass windows.

Size : W 100cm X 200cm(2sqm)

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Material: PVC

Occasion: Any Window type or Glass type

White block out window film makes light slightly shines through as if it is transparent.

If you are looking for 100% block out window film, please choose our blackout static cling window film. 

Luzen&Co window films are cut and shipped upon order. Since the width is fixed, only the length can be changed according to the order quantity. Whatever quantity you order up to 30m length, it will be supplied to you in 1 continuous length film. Only it can be returned, if it is defective.



- Simple quick easy to install 

- Non Adhesive : Static cling window film without glue, made of environmental friendly materials, very easy to install. Soapy water is the key ingredient, and peeling off the backing liner is necessary.

 - Heat Controlling : our window film are very effective at controlling excess heat, also does well in preventing the fading of home furnishing.

 - Blocking UV

 - Removable : Glue free design, very easy to remove, no residue left.

 - Prevent secondary accidents from glass fragments due to it's safety proof function.

 - Privacy Protection : Protects privacy and improves security 

 - Applicable Scope : Can be applied on all the smooth and flat glass surface. You can also DIY this film as a glass décor by cutting it into any shape.


How to use

 1. Measure the height and width of the glass surface.

 2. Cut the film to the dimensions, leaving an extra 1 inch around all sides. You’ll be able to trim the edges down to size in the final step

 3. Thoroughly clean the surface of the glass to remove any trace of dust, grime and grease

 4. Slowly peel back the liner, wetting the static side of the film very thoroughly as you peel down.

5. Thoroughly spray and soak the glass surface and the static side of the film with water and a few drops of mild dish soap. Wetter is better!

 6. Pick up the film by the top corners, keeping it straight and level. Place the wet film onto the wet surface.

 7. Slide a squeegee over the wet film to smooth out and press the film against the glass. Squeegee from the center moving out, pushing bubbles and wrinkles out as you go.

 8.  In one smooth, continuous motion, trim the excess film from the edges using a hard card and a knife.