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THE ULTIMATE WINDOW FILM


PRIVACY & BLOCK HEAT & GLARE

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THE ULTIMATE WINDOW FILM


PRIVACY & BLOCK HEAT & GLARE

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YOU SEE OUT & THEY DON'T SEE IN


THE ALL ROUND PERFECT WINDOW FILM

YOU SEE OUT & THEY DON'T SEE IN


THE ALL ROUND PERFECT WINDOW FILM

THE SILVER 20 ONE WAY MIRROR DAYTIME PRIVACY FILM

silver or bronze reflective window film creates a one way mirror privacy effect, giving you daytime privacy, whilst allowing in lots of natural light. 

 

it significantly reduces solar heat and glare, keeping rooms cooler in the summer and allowing you to read books and watch tv more comfortably. 

additional, the film reduces harmful uv rays by up to 99%, which is great for people with sensitive skin conditions. the film is perfect for glass conservatory roofs, bedrooms, lounges and offices.

when installed onto all windows in the same room, during daylight hours you can see out and nobody else can see in. the one way mirror effect only works on outside windows and won't work properly on internal windows or at night. 

as long as the side you want the mirror to be on is at least 3 times brighter than the other side, you'll achieve a one way mirror.


excellent solar benefits
the film reduces solar heat by up to 80%, solar glare by up to 83% and uv by up to 99%.

 

glass compatibility: 

double glazed (silver only)
• any toughened glass
• clear single glass
• tinted single glass

SILVER 20 MIRROR FILM AT NIGHT?

Reflective or Dark Films can be your one of your best bets if used under the right conditions. The secret to getting these films to provide nighttime privacy is in being able to create an illusion or reflection. You essentially need to reproduce the daytime lighting conditions at night to create the reflective or dark privacy.

Remember those detective shows where a crime victim identifies a suspect from the other side of one-way window in a dark room? It’s the same principle.

To get the window film to look reflective from outside at night for nighttime privacy, you need to settle for less if any interior light while turning up the the brightness of outdoor lighting. Keep in mind that much of that bright light you’ll use outside will flow through to the interior as a soft low level light. You may also want to experiment using a dimmer on indoor lighting while someone observes the different levels of that light from outdoors at night.

Other factors that can add to the nighttime privacy factor is the darkness of the ceiling, walls, furnishings and even occupants clothing. Under optimum but maybe not practical conditions, you would want flat black ceiling, walls, furnishings and clothing with no interior lighting.

If someone from outside were to go up to the window to purposely look in, especially with a flashlight, they will see in. If someone just drove by from a distance, you would probably have complete privacy. It comes down to the level of privacy and peace of mind you’re seeking.

  • You would not want computer or television screens visible from the windows as these are light sources that will compromise your nighttime privacy. Dim display screens when possible.
  • Wall mirrors and opposing windows also provide light that could affect privacy.