Installing Static Cling Window Film
Installing static cling window film is a great way of preventing harmful ultraviolet rays and excessive sunlight from entering through your windows; in addition, it is also very effective in preventing people from being able to see into your house.
When planning to install static cling window film, it is important to first get exact measurements for the window panes you will be covering. By getting accurate measurements, you can ensure that you buy enough window film to cover your windows thoroughly but don't buy too much.
You will also need to make sure that you have adequate space. You'll need enough room to roll the window film out and trim pieces that are exactly the correct size for your windows. Common tools used are normal household scissors or a small utility knife. For more precise cuts, you should consider using a utility knife with a long straight edge.
Also, before attempting to install static cling window film, you'll want to make sure that your windows have been cleaned very well, and are free from all dust and debris or this will cause air bubbles in the window film.
Installing static cling window film is not very difficult, the most important part of the installation is the preparation of the window surface. By making sure that the windows are clean and free from dust and debris, affixing the window film will usually go quickly and smoothly.