Total Light blocking 100% Privacy Opaque Window Films. Black or White Made to Measure Custom Cut

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These solid coloured white or black film light blocking films, block out light for a completely secluded space

Our best selling opaque window films, available in a choice of two colours and computer cut, to your exact dimensions, to the nearest mm. Precision cut for your convenience, for a more professional finish with less effort.

Ideal for privacy, to obscure unsightly views or to update tired interiors. There is no better choice of material than one of our opaque glass window films.

 

These opaque window films can be installed on any smooth glass surface, including double glazed units, and can be used anywhere in the home, office, retail or hospitality industry. As they are resistant to condensation and moisture, they are ideal for bathrooms and kitchens. A cheap, economical upgrade to almost any glass, providing fantastic privacy and beautiful aesthetics.

 

Made from dyed polyester, they are durable and easy to maintain/clean. They are designed to be permanent, so will last for years: but can still be easily removed with steam or a scraper if you change your mind. Triple ply with a light blocking aluminium layer, they are the best on the market.

Easily fitted by using soapy water. Easy to cut & trim to size. Reduces Solar Heat. Gives total privacy, 24hours a day. Reduces 99% of UV light (the main cause of fading).

Warranty 15 Years

Great for Storerooms or photographic dark room, to stop prying eyes and eliminate light.

Window Film Fitting Instructions, Technical specifications and glazing suitability chart are available to download at the bottom of the page.

The video below shows Opal White Frosted Window Film been installed. The product you are purchasing will look different but is still easily installed with the exact same method using a few basic tools, these are also available to purchase. The Window Film fitting video is only a couple of minutes long and covers all the knowledge you'll need to complete your DIY Window Film installation.