HOW TO

Window film is applied using the wet method, which allows for easier installation.
Milky white patches and small water bubbles may occur in using the wet method, but these will disappear in approximately one week.

TOOLS YOU NEED

Scissors, Tape Measure, Razor Knife or Straight Edge Razor, Ruler, Hard Card Squeegee, approx.
32 oz. Spray Bottle Filled with Water, and Paper Towels

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Remove any dirt or
debris from the window

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Measure window
height / width and cut
the film to 1/2″ bigger size

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Remove backing by using
masking tape on both side of
the film, spray soapy water
on the glass and the film

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Start squeegeeing
from the center to
press out air bubbles

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Cut off the excess film
from the edge of
the window frame
using snap-blade knife

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Easy to apply
Only 5steps

HOW TO

 

VIDEO INSTRUCTIONS

Scissors, Tape Measure, Razor Knife or Straight Edge Razor, Ruler, Hard Card Squeegee, approx.
32 oz. Spray Bottle Filled with Water, and Paper Towels

Cleaning Instruction Video

Preparing Instruction Video

Installing Instruction Video

The film may take a few days to dry in order for it to completely adhere to the glass.
If you have bubbles that have not been worked out with the squeegee you may use a straight pin to pop the bubble and work the air out.
Make sure there are no dry spots on the film prior to placing it on the glass.
Take care when removing the release liner that the film does not roll over onto itself.
It will stick together and is difficult to pull apart.
If the weather is extremely cold outside and soapy water is freezing on the window, windshield washer fluid may be substituted.
All of the films have a liner applied to the back of them. If you are having trouble removing the liner, apply a piece of tape on the front, and one on the back of one of the corners of the film.
As you peel the two pieces of tape apart, the liner should peel away from the film along with the tape.
Please DO NOT USE ammonia contained cleaning solutions (Windex) to clean the window.
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