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Gila 3 ft. x 15 ft. Mirror Privacy Window Film
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Gila

3 ft. x 15 ft. Mirror Privacy Window Film

$29.55 /each

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Gila Mirror Privacy Control Window Film reflects light for daytime privacy and relief from bright sunshine. Use it anywhere you'd like more coverage than what you get from clear glass: windows, sliding doors, even cabinet doors or tabletops. This durable, adhesive-backed film is an ideal choice when you're planning a more lasting change to your home.

  • Level of privacy: This film creates privacy during the day when the sun is out after dark, when rooms are lit from inside, it no longer conceals views
  • UV protection: UV protection reduces fading on flooring, furniture, portraits, blinds and draperies
  • Application type: Adhesive application; instructions included
  • Can be cut to fit any window, typically applied to the interior window surface
  • For best results use the Gila complete window film application kit

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Is this film one-way where I can see outside, but no one can see in ?

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September 23, 2016
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Be warned, the comments on this product are correct. At night, when your house is lit inside, there is not only no privacy, but the film keeps you from seeing out. Small but important point that would have helped to know on the product packaging. Next to useless at night unless you're looking for a mirror instead of being able to see out.
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October 13, 2015
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Morning completely invisible, night time when the light is on its visible.
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August 28, 2015
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The film has a reflection on whatever a side light is brighter. At night, another mirror inside my room when a light is on.
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August 27, 2015
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You can see in when inside is brighter. The film has a reflection on whatever a side light is brighter. At night, need a privacy, not another big mirror inside a room when a light is on. It totally wastes money and time.
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August 11, 2015
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Yes, especially during the day when it is brighter outside. At night, or if you turn on a bright light inside the space one can see inside. Under normal conditions this only occurs at night when you turn a light on in the space. During the day it is almost always one way viewing (inside can see out, outside cannot see in).
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July 28, 2015
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I purchased the film today and began the installation on a single pane of glass for a photo event.
I want to position this pane in front of a mirror and create an "infinity image" ...
I'm letting it dry tonight and tomorrow and attempting some images tomorrow night,
I'll post a few images of what I'm attempting tomorrow evening...
and it'll very well demonstrate the "one-way characteristic" of the
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I purchased the film today and began the installation on a single pane of glass for a photo event.
I want to position this pane in front of a mirror and create an "infinity image" ...
I'm letting it dry tonight and tomorrow and attempting some images tomorrow night,
I'll post a few images of what I'm attempting tomorrow evening...
and it'll very well demonstrate the "one-way characteristic" of the principle of the film...
Until that time. . . Fuji Read Less
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July 27, 2015
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Yes... to the daylight privacy film. It works on the principle of the dark side (indoors) being shielded by the mirror effect on the light side (the outdoors light).
At night, the light is stronger indoors (usually), so people can see in without a problem, and the mirror effect is on the inside... so it reflects the light from inside back into the room.
I am purchasing some to experiment with for a photo
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Yes... to the daylight privacy film. It works on the principle of the dark side (indoors) being shielded by the mirror effect on the light side (the outdoors light).
At night, the light is stronger indoors (usually), so people can see in without a problem, and the mirror effect is on the inside... so it reflects the light from inside back into the room.
I am purchasing some to experiment with for a photo project... I'll let you know how it goes...
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How do I figure mirror side of film?

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The side that is under the protective layer is the side that goes against the glass. I noticed that the adhesive label that held the roll together in the box was attached to the protective film. This will give you a hint. If it is a larger window, have someone help you to prevent it from doubling over on itself. Use plenty of solution (distilled water and clear baby shampoo) on the window and both sides Read More
The side that is under the protective layer is the side that goes against the glass. I noticed that the adhesive label that held the roll together in the box was attached to the protective film. This will give you a hint. If it is a larger window, have someone help you to prevent it from doubling over on itself. Use plenty of solution (distilled water and clear baby shampoo) on the window and both sides of the film. Massage into place, squeegee from the middle out, trim with a sharp razor. Read Less
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May 28, 2016
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The sticky side of the film will face the outside.
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The mirror side of the film is the side with the most light.
When installed, the side that is dark (inside the house, for instance) cannot be seen from the outside (the brighter side).
At night, the darker side becomes the outdoors... and when you turn your lights on in the house, that side (indoors) becomes the mirror side... you will not be able to see out of the window as long as the lights
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The mirror side of the film is the side with the most light.
When installed, the side that is dark (inside the house, for instance) cannot be seen from the outside (the brighter side).
At night, the darker side becomes the outdoors... and when you turn your lights on in the house, that side (indoors) becomes the mirror side... you will not be able to see out of the window as long as the lights are on and it is brighter on the inside of the house.
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I hope this helps...
Just follow the instructions for the installation...
There really isn't any "mirror side" to determine.
How it is employed once installed determines which side reflects.
Until that time... Earl J. Read Less
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can a burglar with a flashlight see in at night?

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I wanted this for my garage so no one can see in. If it is nighttime and there are no lights on in the garage, can a person shining a flashlight in from the outside see anything inside?
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March 8, 2016
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No, but he burglar can see your flashlight, the one that is mounted to your 45 caliber pistol, which is being aimed at them. It is common at which point for them to no longer be trying to rob you.
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February 6, 2016
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A flashlight would not help a burglar see into window covered with this film.
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February 4, 2016
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The flashlight would make the film more reflective, if they press their face against the glass and shield any outside light with their hands, they will be able to see inside like you can with tint on a car window. If you are looking for more privacy than this, you might prefer the frosted version.
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Does this product reduce solar heat? If so, by what percentage?

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It reduced the heat inside my house by at least 20%.
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Yes, definitely. I would estimate by 50% or more as noticed by holding my hand behind a pane with and without the film. The one with the film was substantially cooler.
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According to the claim on the box itself... it indicates it can reduce the heat of the sun by 79%. . .
that's a bold claim.
I am not interested in that capability; I want it to reflect the light for a photo technique.
I hope that helps. . .
Until that time. . . Fuji
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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 118 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good results! Great product! Read directions and maybe watch utube video. Installed by myself but, do recommend a helping hand on larger windows. Key is patience, lots of application spray - follow directions and presto!!!! October 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Just wondering how many birds fly into windows such as this. September 11, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by This really should have two people to install if you are putting it on a large window or sliding door like I did. It looks good on the inside but the outside shows bubbles. I did not buy the install kit so this may be why I had such a hard time. I did install a similar product last summer but the product was thicker and it was very user friendly. This product is like trying to put Cling wrap on your windows it keeps sticking to itself. I used a credit card and a bath squeegee to get out the water from underneath but it still looks bad outside. I recommend if you can find a product that is thicker to purchase that on instead. October 25, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Needs clearer description The product is easy to apply. Probably one of the best window films I've worked with from that point of view. But while it does add some reasonable privacy during the day, it does nothing at night except keep you from seeing out. At night, with your house lights on, not only can anyone see in, but it keeps you from being able to see out at all. September 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good for safety and privacy didn't turn out to be best solution for me b/c we wanted to temporarily block windows while we traveled, but we did use on the window of our front door and it helped secure the house. September 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install, but passers-by stop to look into the mirror I have installed this product for privacy issues (my windows are close to the sidewalk at eye level). The installation was fairly easy, but I suggest practice putting it on and off on a few small squares and using a larger squigee for larger windows. The only "bad" remark I have is that people passing by (especially young women) stop to look at their reflection in my windows. (Some fix their hair, makeup, clothes, take selfies, etc.). I find this annoying and wished it did not have a mirrored finish on the outside. But overall, it does its job as nothing inside my house can be seen from the outside, not even our big smiles or waves. June 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Awful product Not at all what the product says it is. Tears easily. September 6, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Good for day only I bought this for privacy thinking that it would mirror everything from the outside only. But at night it mirrors the inside as well and the people can look inside your house as clear as day and you can't see them. It only works based on how light hits it. Not happy with the product. Even during the day they can still see inside if not enough light hits the window to reflect. August 16, 2016
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