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The Color Art series involves premium deep dyed single color films whose vibrancy enables custom graphics or other window effects. The material of these color window films resembles that of colored gels often used for lighting. All Color Art decorative films are transparent and secured with the protection of scratch resistant coating. This window film comes in Blue, Green, Red, and Yellow, and you can either choose one color option or mix and match the colors to achieve a more fun and colorful impression.
Color art films are premium deep dyed single color films. These vibrant films are perfect for custom graphics or window effects. All Color Art films are transparent and have the added protection of a scratch resistant coating.
Available colors : Blue, Red, Green, Yellow.
BDF CARD color red window film will give the protection of SPF 1000 by blocking out 99% of UV rays. By having your home or office windows tinted, you can protect the health and well-being of your members of family and as well as prevent your furniture, floors, and precious pictures from fading.
|Item Name||CABL Color Blue||CARD Color Red||CAYW Color Yellow||CAGN Color Green|
|VLT / Visible Light Transmittance||28 %||24 %||84 %||37 %|
|UV Rejection||99 %||99 %||99 %||99 %|
|Total Solar Reflectance||8 %||10 %||10 %||9 %|
|Total Solar Absorptance||24 %||24 %||11 %||35 %|
|Application||Inside Window||Inside Window||Inside Window||Inside Window|
Installing window film on a cool day and not in direct sunlight. An adjacent work surface next to the window is recommended. It will be much easier to install film on smaller windows, so we suggest starting with the smallest windows first.
It is best to clean the window with a window scraper before any installation. A window scraper is a glass safe razor blade, usually with a handle that can scrape the glass of any contaminants without scratching the glass. Using the window scraper and installation solution all over the window will clean it of any caked-on dirt that wiping will not remove. You can use the installation solution to also clean the window as well as any non-ammonia-based cleaners.
It is recommended to clean the surrounding area of the glass, like the frame and seals before installation too. Using a no lint or low lint cloth will ensure the glass will be free of any dust.
The installation solution can be made by adding 8-10 drops of liquid soap for every 16 oz of water.
All window films have 2 parts. The film and the liner. Find a corner of the film to separate the liner and film. The liner will always be clear and thinner than the film.
The best way to separate the film and liner is to use two pieces of tape. Attach one piece of tape to a corner of the film, half of the tape on the film and the other half hang past the corner. Then use another piece of tape of the other side of the same corner. Both tapes should be placed slightly offset. Hold onto the two over hanging tapes and press them together to grab the filmâs corner tip firmly. Then slowly separate the two pieces of tape; the liner and film should separate.
As you gently pull the liner away, spray the exposed adhesive side with the installation solution. This will make the film heavier and easier to manage, it will also prevent the film from sticking to itself or to any thing else.
When the liner is all pulled away, the filmâs exposed adhesives side should be fully wet.
Spray, spray, and spray more! You need to spray a lot and make the film fully wet and almost flooded on the film and the window glass surface. Please remember that the fully wet window and the film is one of the key factors for your successful installation without bubbles.
To handle the film easier when separating the film and the liner, spraying soapy solution liberally on the exposed adhesive side as you pull off the liner will prevent the film from being sticky. This will prevent the adhesive side from sticking to itself, eliminating potential wrinkles and bubbles during or after installation.
Also, the soapy solution should be sprayed on the top of the film prior to the squeegeeing. This will help your squeegee glide across the film
Your installed window film can be removed even after years. You need to soften the cured or hardened adhesive of the film to remove the film. A fabric steamer or a heat gun can heat up the film and loosen the adhesive.
Using a hairdryer can heat up the film to loosen the adhesive, but it will take longer. If there is remaining adhesive residue, it can be easily removed with soapy water and a razor blade.
Removing the static cling film is very easy and simple. The static cling film doesn't have the adhesive and can be removed by hand.