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Gila

Model # PRS361

Internet # 100196546

Store SKU # 115049

3 ft. x 15 ft. Mirror Privacy Window Film

$29.55 /each

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Model # PRS361

Internet # 100196546

Store SKU # 115049

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

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
0.001 
Product Height (in.) 
36 
Product Length (in.) 
180 
Product Width (in.) 
.007 
Details
Decor Product Type 
Window Treatment 
Decorative 
Yes 
Design 
Black Mirrored Finish 
Features 
Glare control,Heat control,Mirrored,Removable/Reusable,Self-Adhesive,Suitable for curved surfaces,Washable 
Included 
No Additional Items Included 
Mirrored 
Yes 
Orientation 
Vertical / Horizontal 
Product Weight (lb.) 
.9 lb 
Removable 
Yes 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Textured 
No 
Washable/Reusable 
No 
Window Treatment Product Type 
Window Film 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited Warranty: Restrictions apply. See the instruction sheet located in the package for complete details. For the most current copy of our limited warranty, please refer to gilafilms.com. 

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

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July 23, 2015
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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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June 11, 2016
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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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May 28, 2016
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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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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 107 reviewers.
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 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love it Bought it related to blocking the sun from my bedroom windows the heat is Tremendous hottest room in th house , I chose this product vs the heat film because it blocks more of the Rays allowing less heat . Could tell a remarkable difference when I put up one window treatment and held my hand up to the uncovered window vs the covered window , and the next day was even better I finally had a cool room! It was no longer unbarable heat box it felt cool. Unless your window film expert definitely need to people To get the job done. It was a process but went well with help definitely worth taking the time to do . June 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Quality Window Film bought this film for some windows in my garage which gets quite hot in the summer and since installing the film can tell an immediate difference in the temperatures inside the garage after a hot day ! the product is a little difficult to install and you would definitely need a helper to make sure you get it fitted correctly on the windows but it was well worth the effort. A little pricey but it did three 36"X36" windows with some left over....thinking about putting some on the south facing part of my home bedroom windows where we get a lot of sun. June 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WOW Super Easy Let me start off by saying this was the first time I ever tried installing any type of window film. It was so easy. Don't let any of the other reviews deter you. JUST FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS! If you cant follow instructions just pay someone else to do it. Its that simple. The product turned out great! Blocks all unwanted eyes during the day time. But beware you will need blinds when it gets dark out as the reflection follows the direction of the light. June 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Spend 20 minutes to read instructions/watch demo I have a 3 clear glass inserts in my balcony railing and wanted to darken them up for some privacy. I bought the mirrored film and briefly glanced at the instructions before attempting to install - big mistake. I found the installation process cumbersome and my results were awful (lots of creases, bubbles, etc.). Going back to the drawing board, I decided to go to the Gila website and watch the demo videos which were a big help. Key tips: clean the window thoroughly, be generous with the application spray, cut the film at least an extra inch wider than needed on all sides (to be trimmed later), follow their squeegee technique, and put the video on your phone/tablet as you install. Although the film-peeling process was still a bit finicky (would help with two people), my results were 10 times better (bubbles and creases virtually gone), and you can barely see through the balcony from the street. Very nice result! April 21, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not quite 15 feet I have crank out casement windows that measure 2' x 5'. I thought I'd be able to get three 5' lengths out of the 3 foot x 15 foot roll, but it came up about 5 inches short (even when cutting to exact size, and not the extra 1 inch as instructions dictate. So why isn't there an extra 2" minimum in case you have a huge 3'x15' window... 15' 2" instead of 14' 8" ?)Sure, I could use the trimmed - extra pieces, but that would detract from the appearance. Not what I paid for. I will go back and get enough to finish the job as I am laying out the pieces and need two more. I've used window films before, and as long as you have a helper to help pull off the one layer and keep it from folding on itself, and the right tools, things go pretty quickly. I use the squeegee from the shower, or one used on cleaning windows. I use a small plastic applicator that came with some Bondo as well to touch up corners. Do not skimp on the spray solution: on the window and both sides of the film; try not to apply when in full hot sun light. Lower rating due to the short length. June 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Some notes regarding the night mirror effect, applicability... Regarding the night time privacy, here are the things you should consider: * Do you have outdoor lighting near the window where the film is being applied that comes on at night? If so, this will lessen the mirror effect and the visibility from outside in at night. * Do you have shades or drapes you can close at night? I think this product is most useful for those who already have shading or drapes on their windows for night time and don't really need to look out the window at night (for example, home office). Also, other tip, make sure there are no signs of damage on the box and no marks or crinks on the film before you unroll. If there are, go return it and get a new one, don't start with film that is already marked... April 9, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not what I was looking for I was hoping to have a solution for my large windows for some privacy during the day and the night. This film is completely useless as night when the lights are on. you can see everthing inside the home plus it also has a mirror effect on the inside. I will have to replace mine with a better frost film or something of that sort May 10, 2016
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