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D-C-Fix Milky Matt White Self-adhesive film (L)2.1m (W)900mm
- Easy to apply Peel & stick application
- Provides privacy & protection
Features and benefits
Self adhesive film is an easy and affordable solution for dressing your window when you need to maintain some privacy, without having to close your curtains or blinds. These films also give you the decorative touch you need without sacrificing any natural light. Perfect for windows that are an awkward shape or size, film can be cut to fit. The self adhesive backing makes application quick and easy; simply apply to the window using water, use a squeegee to smooth into place, then leave to dry.
- Repositionable during application
- Water and heat resistant up to 75 degrees
- For the perfect finish apply with the d-c fix applicator kit
- Hardwearing and versatile
- Bonds in 24 hours and fully removable
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fredddex - 3 months ago
Cut this with a Stanley knife and that was pretty easy (although the 90cm was actually 90.5cm). However, fitting was another issue. We ended up with bubbles despite our best efforts and two of us doing it. Also there were some blemishes in the film which resulted in creases in the film. In our case we're using it as a table top protector, so it's not a disaster.
Hard to get perfect but does a good job
ShyGuy2021 - 6 months ago
I had a front door with a few panes that allowed anyone to see right into the living room. I went in to buy frosted glass film but ended up getting this ‘milky’ film instead as it lets more light through and doesn’t create such a barrier with the outdoors (you can still see the green of trees, blue sky etc), yet still gives excellent privacy. The film feels thick and good quality, although it’s a bit of a pain to keep the roll flat – maybe cutting what you need and flattening it under something heavy for 24hrs would help.
My local B&Q has a display of all the glass films available, and this was hugely useful as I was able to see what it would look like finished, and be sure that even up close, you couldn’t make out what was on the other side.
Installing it was simple for me as my door has a secondary glazing panel that I could take out, clean, and apply the film to on the floor. I cleaned the glass thoroughly, cut the roll to a manageable size, peeled off the backing and applied it slowly, rubbing down as I went with a cloth to try and prevent air bubbles. Despite my ideal situation and being quite handy at DIY, I still had to peel back and re-stick a few times to get some bubbles out. I was a little worried I’d ruined it at first as the peeled back film looked different (obvious that it had been peeled back), but this dissipated after a short period. Even after I thought I’d got it perfect, when I held it to the light, I still had a couple of air bubbles where maybe there was a speck of dust on the glass. I decided not to mess about with it any further and I soon forgot about the imperfections – the main thing is that it’s completing the purpose I bought it for. If I was going after perfection, I think I’d replace the clear glass with actual frosted glass. But as it’s an old house where very little is perfect, I am happy with my purchase and the result –and it hasn’t come away at all despite the cold and condensation.
Worked a treat
Davebeard72 - 4 years ago
Had a door with clear glass panels that need some obscurity to stop the kids from watching tv at night. This worked a treat. It's quite easy to fit although you will need a sharp knife and I used a small block of wood to flatten it and remove air bubbles, an old credit card was great for creasing it before cutting at the frame edges. Also adds protection against the glass being smashed all over the floor. Now my 4 year old can't watch any gory bits etc from the tv. You can see through this stuff but not any details.