Can window film be applied to all kinds of glass including double pane.
Yes, window films can be applied to most clear or tinted windows including tempered and insulated glass, however, some restrictions and limitations may apply. Window films are designed for application to glass only.
How will window films affect my plants?
In most cases, if a house plant is already receiving adequate light the use of window film will not harm it. New growth or flowering may be retarded, and, for a few days, a plant may go into a state of adjustment while it gets used to the light change. If a particular plant normally wilts by the end of a sunny day, it will actually thrive better with film installed.
Will window film stop fading?
Although most window film stops up to 99% of ultra-violet (UV) light, it does not stop 99% of fading. Fading is caused by UV Light (40%), Visible Light (25%), Heat (25%) and miscellaneous things such as humidity, dyes, indoor artificial lighting, etc.
Applying a window film will offer maximum protection from fading by limiting the amount of ultra-violet, visible light and heat entering through the windows.
How do I clean my windows after film is applied?
Windows with film applied are easy to clean without damage to their appearance as long as a few common-sense guidelines are followed:
- Use a soft, clean cloth, soft paper towel, or clean synthetic sponge.
- Use a soft cloth or squeegee for drying the window.
- Use any normal glass cleaning solution which contains no abrasive materials.
The use of scratch resistant coatings on the window film virtually eliminates the need for extra special precautions in cleaning.