Model # CDB78

Internet #100632114

Gila 3 ft. x 6.5 ft. Bronze Glare Control Window Film


3 ft. x 6.5 ft. Bronze Glare Control Window Film

$11.96 /each

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Product Overview

Gila Bronze Glare Control Window Film helps block the sun's glare to improve screen viewing comfort. Complement your home and maintain outdoor views with glare control film in a warm, welcoming bronze tone. Static cling design for easy installation, repositioning, removal and reuse.

  • Glare reduction: Reduces incoming glare to improve viewing on electronic devices
  • UV protection: UV protection helps reduce fading on flooring, furniture, portraits, blinds and draperies
  • Aesthetics: Maintains outdoor views with a warm, welcoming bronze tone
  • Application type: Static cling application; instructions included
  • Can be cut to fit any window
  • For best results use the Gila complete window film application kit




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Customer Questions & Answers

On the window films is there one available where you can look out and people cannot look in.

Have a basement apartment that faces the parking lot and also have a cat that likes to look out.
Asked by: Bob
There doesn't seem to be any window tint that does this for sale at home depot. Double reflective tint which is like 5x the price helps with this but still doesn't completely block views from the outside in during night. With that said for daytime privacy this works just fine.
Answered by: mewewa
Date published: 2016-11-15

Does this have to go on the outside of the window to work properly?

We have 4 windows 1ft x 4ft and 1 halfmoon non of these open, all the window bases are 7ft from the floor. It would be impossible to mount the film on the outside.
Asked by: Mich
These are meant to be installed on the interior as the elements would eventually cause dust to go under the film causing peeling. If you got a dual pane window, they don't use this period as it may cause cracks.
Answered by: mewewa
Date published: 2016-07-08

Will this particular film reduce heat?

Asked by: Leah
Yes it should reduce around 30% of the heat coming through, 97% of the UV rays and 67% of the glare. All in all it does help out a lot with cooling.
Answered by: mewewa
Date published: 2016-07-30

bronze glare control window film longevity

Does the UV blocking ability of this film have a use life? I.E., does it have to be replaced occasionally? If so, how often.
Asked by: sally
I live in Arizona. I put one on an East facing window 9 years ago. It's still OK.
Answered by: Jack
Date published: 2016-11-15
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Customer Reviews

3 ft. x 6.5 ft. Bronze Glare Control Window Film is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 32.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy To Install, UV Filtering, and decent Heat Control. Lacks Clarity but for $12 you can't beat this., I've tried pretty much every type of Gila tint meant for residential use with heat blocking characteristics. I'm going to break them down for you since no one did so for me and I had to do a lot of research to figure out what I wanted. There are 2 types of Gila Tint/Film. Static Cling: Easy To install, thicker tint, not as clear but doable. Paper Backing Adhesive Film: Harder to install, creases easily, professional look if done right, Perfect Clarity, super thin clear backing. There are a few types of gila film within these types. Titanium/Platinum: These are the best of the bunch for heat control. They are metal reflective and people can't see inside during the day, but you can see out perfectly. At the same time at night you can't see outside unless outside is lighting. Mirror effect. Blocks 50%+ heat. 99% UV, and 67% glare plus has low-e coating to retain heating during winter. Super tint of sort. Bronze: These are meant for those who want to see outside at night, while retaining some heat control, and a bronze look to their tint. Less mirror effect from inside at night. Blocks about 30% heat, 97% UV, and 67% Glare. Light: These are meant for those who want to see outside, but want the silver color, not the bronze color. Some go with these for dual pane but in my case all my windows are single pane so ignore this review for dual pane windows all together. I don't recommend this film. I'd go either bronze or full bore with titanium. Still can't see very well outside at night with these. Blocks up to 30% heat, 91% UV, 56% glare. ____ So with these static cling versions it seems there comes some issues such as clarity need a day or two of curing in the sun to reach full potential, and even then it's still a bit wavy when looking outside. Look at pics for examples. It's easier to install for those who never installed tint before, and it seems to come in smaller, cheaper one window sizes. In my case It fit 1 massive window. It reduces sun glare a lot, which is why I used it for my computer room, all the while letting me see outside during the day time. I'd use it again for a more temporary setting. But I'd get the bronze adhesive tint version sold only at lowes if I was doing it in my own home office as I'd love some more clarity that this version doesn't have. I'm also pretty good at installing tint so the difficulty isn't a problem. I'd give this a 4/5 review.
Date published: 2016-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I would rate Gila window tint about 90%. I never could get the perfect bubble free appearance tha... I would rate Gila window tint about 90%. I never could get the perfect bubble free appearance that the professionals get. Total of 40 panes. This was the only window tint job I ever did therefore I cannot compare with other suppliers. The instructions did not exaggerate about the tiniest dust molecules they will look HUGE. The whole job was tougher than I thought. To get the bubbles out drove me nuts. I could not get the close up appearance as good as I want. The end result I'm very glad of the appearance , the bronze color adds class to the curb appeal of the house
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The end result with the film applied was not quite as nice as the professionally applied film on ... The end result with the film applied was not quite as nice as the professionally applied film on the other windows, but for the price it is excellent. The one issue I have with the product was that its either not prominent or not mentioned in the description that you need their application solution to apply.
Date published: 2017-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from JUST WHAT I WANTED I have wrap around kitchen windows, and my kitchen is south facing directly in front of a main street. I wanted something to counteract the head light glare, this product did that and more, I wasn't expecting it, but it also provides a little more privacy when I am in the kitchen at night, I definately have noticed not so many people staring me down when I'm in the washing dishes smack in the windows! Keeping heat inside up there or heat out has always been an issue, so much that i recently put new windowa in up there hoping it would do the trick, I have had more sucess with that with this $9 (on clearence at my local store) than my $800 worth of new windows! I'm rushing back and getting more while it lasts!
Date published: 2010-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great and is removable I love this film. I applied it outside the windows to keep the heat out. Films applied to the inside of a window eliminate radiant heat coming in to the house, but they heat up with absorbed radiation and then act as a hot plate, providing convective heat inside your house. This film can be applied on the outside of the windows so you don't have that problem. It's a bit tricky to apply, definitiely helps to have two people since it clings to itself readily but it can easily be removed since it uses no adhesive. It is a bit fuzzy but the reduction in heat is worth it.
Date published: 2010-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Made a business out of it. This product is perfect for lowering the temperature in a home really fast when combined with the Gila Black Privacy Window Film. I used the bronze film on the outside windows and the blackout film on the inside and lowered the inside temperature an easy 20 degrees in my house and now offer it to all my customers. I would recommend purchasing these products to all my friends and customers. It is so easy to use even if you do it your self.
Date published: 2010-06-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Misleading product The pic of the product made me think it was a bronze/mirrow tint. The tint looks more like a smoke tint, far from a Bronze color. Don't buy their applying product, I used Windex and it worked very well. I still used the product because, It already came in the mail and I still needed to tint a window but, if I knew it wasn't actualy Bronze, I would have never ordered it.
Date published: 2012-06-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Easier to apply than the video would indicate! This window film solved a glare problem in an office environment. Watch the video before applying but then read the instructions rolled inside the film. Applied to exterior of double pane windows as per instructions. The packaging and description for the product should SHOUT that you should buy the installation kit. Installed relatively quickly. Having really clean glass to start with helps, but don't be surprised if the film picks up lint and dust from the air during outdoor installation, which is required for all but single pane glass. Looks good, though, and solved the glare problem for a few dollars and with an hour's time invested.
Date published: 2012-03-20
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