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Product description

Size:1 Roll, 17.7" By 78.7"

Can we protecting our privacy and keeping the room still bright by natural sunlight? The answer is YES. Our decorative privacy window film can help you to make it happen.

Highlight Features:
-Protecting privacy and keep home or office bright
-Decorate home to be more fashionable
-No glue/no adhensive design, static clings to the glass firmly, far away harmful chemicals
-Blocking 95% of UV ray away and filtering strong sunlight, prevent furniture from aging and fading
-Reusable, ideal for rental places. No residue left on the glass, you can reposition it and reuse

Where to use?
-The static cling decor window film applies to any smooth glass surface, it can be trimmed or combined to fit any size window.
-You can use our window films on windows of living room, bathroom, bedroom, kitchen, and use on front door window, sliding glass door window, glass cabinet panels. This window film fits for office, house, restaurant, bar, shop and home etc.

Installation Steps:
1. Cut films to required size, about 1 inch larger than the window
2. Clean the glass surface
3. Use the spray bottle, wet the glass with soapy water or clear water
4. Peel off the back protective film
5. Stick films on glass
6. Use the squeegee to remove the water and air bubbles
7. Trim the margin and cut off the excess edges

Package Include:
1 Roll Window Film: 17.7 inch By 78.7 inch (45 X 200CM)

Tips:
1. This product is only suitable for smooth, flat and clean glass surface.Do not use on rough, uneven, frosted glass or other materials.
2. Please make sure to peel off the backing film before applying and apply the smooth side of film to glass. Otherwise it will not be firmly adhered.
3. This window film can show the colors perfectly just when the light is going through or reflected, so usually you can’t see the colors of window film before installation.

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