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Gila

Model 10389340

Internet #203807951

Store SKU #679401

36 in. x 120 in. Gray Glare Control Window Film

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Gila Smoke Glare Control Window Film offers the strongest glare reduction in our glare control line. This film helps blocks 79% of the sun's glare to improve screen viewing comfort. Complement your home and maintain outdoor views with glare control window film in a cool, sophisticated smoke shade. Static cling design for easy installation, repositioning, removal and reuse.

  • Glare reduction: Reduces 79% of incoming glare to improve viewing on electronic
  • UV protection: UV protection helps reduce fading on flooring, furniture, portraits, blinds and draperies
  • Aesthetics: Maintains outdoor views in a cool, sophisticated smoke shade
  • 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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36 in. x 120 in. Gray Glare Control Window Film
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Is this suitable for my requirements

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Jersey City, New Jersey
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August 4, 2016
I own a mail order company, and we store goods near a long line of sunny windows. The sun rests on the shelves holding a lot of boxed goods, and bleaches out the boxes, making them less desirable. I thought I might us this film to cover the windows top prevent this. It looks like this blocks UV, but does it also block the actual sun's rays? If not, can you suggest another product?.
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Warr Acres, OK
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August 5, 2016
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Yes, we also had to figure out something because the sun rays were so bright that we couldn't change our channels on our cable TV box when the door was open, we have a small living room so changing it around would have been hard to do and this blocks the sunrays and we are now able to leave door open for the doggy door or when it's just a nice day out.
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is this film impact resistant

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rogers,Arkansas
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June 30, 2016
would provide protection from rocks thrown from lawnmower?
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July 3, 2016
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It is not impact resistant.
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July 2, 2016
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Umm, Not sure I understand what you mean.
This film is put on the inside of the window, it stops glair and darkens,
It Is not thick, but thick enough to rip or tear.
It is applied with soapy liquid, the film can be easily pealed off at any point.
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Does it eliminate glare?

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August 7, 2016
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August 8, 2016
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This will control glare.
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What can be used on double paned windows instead?

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July 21, 2016
What can I use to block the glare through double paned windows in a high-rise building? I can't get to the outside to apply the glare film. What are some alternatives?
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