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Model # HRT361

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Store SKU # 461932

36 in. x 180 in. Titanium Heat Control Window Film

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Product Overview

A Home Depot exclusive, Heat Control Titanium has the highest level of heat control Gila offers, with the power to reject the sun's heat while reducing glare. Enjoy the benefits of the great outdoors when you're at home, indoors: natural sunlight, pleasant views, and ideal temperatures.

  • Heat rejection: Helps block incoming heat from the sun, improving comfort and reducing cooling costs
  • Glare reduction: Reduces incoming glare on televisions and monitors
  • UV protection: UV protection helps reduce fading on flooring, furniture, portraits, blinds and draperies
  • Aesthetics: Transparent metallic gray
  • Can be cut to fit any window; typically applied to the interior window surface
  • Adhesive application; instructions included
  • For best results use the Gila complete window film application kit

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
0.0015 
Product Height (in.) 
36 
Product Length (in.) 
180 
Product Width (in.) 
36 

Details

Color 
light gray transparent 
Decor Product Type 
Window Treatment 
Decorative 
No 
Features 
Glare control,Heat control,Removable/Reusable,Self-Adhesive,Washable 
Included 
No Additional Items Included 
Mirrored 
Yes 
Orientation 
Vertical / Horizontal 
Percentage of solar heat blocked 
72 
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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36 in. x 180 in. Titanium Heat Control Window Film
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Glass Block

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July 25, 2016
Can this be used on glass block windows?
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can the film be applied to the exterior

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July 23, 2016
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July 24, 2016
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This item is applied to the exterior.
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July 24, 2016
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You could but I would advise against it
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July 24, 2016
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Not recommended for outside
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can you double seal windows with film?

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July 8, 2016
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July 17, 2016
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I don't think so
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July 17, 2016
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If your meen as extra insulation on the window glass it helps . But remember your not sealing the window frame hope this helps
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Why are there lines after application?

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Plantation fl
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July 17, 2016
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You may have not used enough ( spray) on both film and window also must take your time and patience when you squeegee out the film . You may also be able to remove lines if too mush spray trapped in spot by sticking pin in line to release excess trapped spray
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July 15, 2016
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Lines or just general marks?
I just got done installing mine after receiving it this week via UPS.
I have a whole bunch of little bubbles or marks and I can see I will be sacrificing clear view for heat deflection. It doesn't install as simply as led to believe.
It's not a perfect fix for attempting to sheild from the sun.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 386 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sunglasses for your window! After mid-day the front of our house gets very sunny, we have many windows that heat up our kitchen and living room... and the brightness gets irritating. Our first thought was to install window awnings, we decided to try this film with new venetian blinds. We bought the 48” x 120” box [~$50], was enough to cover all our windows, and we also got the application kit with spray solution, squeegee, and razor [~$9]. After following the instructions on paper and video demos, we are amazed at how much it has improved the issues we had! The brightness and heat issues are gone… even when the sun is at highest point! Speechless! Plus an added bonus, the film increased privacy… from outside during daytime, windows look like a black mirrors! We are more than pleased and amazed! We don’t have to install awnings! Some tips to make installation better: have a large clean surface ready to lay out the film… it will be tough without this. SLOWLY open and move the film around, it can crease it bends too much. You can’t wet the window and film enough… more was better for us! With that have many towels ready to soak up solution. Don’t curt the film more than 2 inches bigger than window pane… it will be tough to manage when on the window. After installed, monitor the film to check for any bubbles… it you see any, spray solution on film and soothe out with squeegee. The squeegee the kit came with was perfect, no need for larger squeegee. There will be a slight haze on film, but it does go away… our started clearing up a day later, and not it’s pretty much gone. Good luck, take your time, and you will be amazed! July 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It Really Does Work! An HD associate recommended using Gila Titanium Heat Control Window Film on my windows. Last winter, I lost some trees due to an ice storm. The result was more sun on the west facing side of my house. The hot southern sun penetrating through the windows and doors was rapidly heating up my living room. Thermostat was set at 76 and room temp was 86 by late afternoon. A digital thermometer on the floor where the sun was shining reached 100 degrees. My short term remedy was blinds and blankets over the windows and doors. After talking with an HD associate, I went with Gila Titanium Heat Control Window Film. He recommended watching the install videos several times and make sure to have all the tools necessary before starting. Make a plan and walk through everything in a dry run. Practice makes perfect. Installation was easy with two people since my windows were 3'x3' The results are beyond what I could have hoped for. The Gila Titanium Heat Control Window Film has reduced the room temp by 10 degrees and I no longer need blinds or blankets over the windows/doors. The sunlight that hits the floor is no longer 100 degrees. The other day with it being 102 outside, the floor (where the sun shined) was reading 78 and inside air temp was 76.8 degrees. I read some other reviews that said the film does not work and they followed directions. I don't believe it. I suspect they installed the clear liner instead of the actual window film. The only drawback is that depending on the suns angle and orientation to your windows, it may appear to have a blue hazy appearance. I've gotten used to it and It's well worth it for the comfort and reduced cooling costs in the summer. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Better than advertised We purchased this product as a last resort before completely replacing our windows with a much more expensive shaded window. It WORKS!!! Before installation our windows could not be touched because of how hot they were getting. The drapes were very hot to the touch. The difference is truly amazing. Our drapes are actually cool to the touch and the windows are ever so slightly warm. If we had not done this ourselves I would not have believed it was possible. I sound like a commercial. I am a regular person. It took a little experimenting to get it on right but once we did we were off to the races installing the film. Lots of solution on the wondows. And don't forget to peel off the extra coating to bring out the sticky side that goes onto the window. Didn't realize that until the second window. We had to go back and redo the first window but that was easy to fix. It is a two person job. We are sitting in the previous hot office smilling ear to ear. Great stuff at a great price. Good luck with yours. June 1, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Just be patient and you will be fine. We live in SW Florida, it get sunny, hot and humid here. We just replaced our Air Conditioner, and since we are on the "Let's Cool Off" kick, we decided to you the Titanium Heat Control Window Film for our East, South windows. Our West windows are shaded by a large porch. Before purchasing we were concerned with the "Mirror Look" on the outside and considered the 3 in 1, but since the Titanium HC reduces sun heat up to 73% vs the 3 in 1 which is rated at 53%, we wanted the more efficient version. It is SO important to make sure your windows are clean clean clean, including removing caulk/glue from the edges of the window. If you don't remove it, you will have problems. Your windows should be cleaner than new. My wife worked with me since most reviews recommend a two man operation. Our window sections were 28" X 33", so yes, it made it much easier. Use loads of spray application, tons of it! That is the trick. Make a WET mess of your windows! It Makes it much easier. Measure, then measure, then measure, then measure before cutting. We moved our eating table into our bedroom to work off. Be close to your work!! After each window, we would clean the table again (We have 3 Golden Retrievers and 2 cats with long hair, so it is alway floating in the air." We purchased the application kit for this job, now when you run out of liquid from the bottle, you can make your own application spray. The instructions are in a video on the Gila website. All you need is baby shampoo (without conditioner) and water. Don't be a hurry during the application process. If you get frustrated, let your spouse work on it for a while. Our first window section took about 1 hour, after that about 40 minutes. You will get real comfortable with it. Now be very careful with the film, you can create a crease that will not look good, it is kind of like working with very think tin foil. If you watch the videos, you will be fine. For the first couple window sections, we had our iPad with us and play the video, then pause after each section. You will also have very small water bubbles throughout the window, as long as they are small about 1/8" in diameter, they will dry up in a day or two. Don't get frustrated with trying to remove them all. Now that we have them installed we actually like the look from outside the house. Now at night, if it is darker outside than inside, anyone will be able to see in your home. Now we live in a rural area, and one of our concerns is the mirror look attracting birds. Thirty minutes after our second window we had a bird fly into the window. He was OK, shook it off, then flew away. There are options for deterring birds from flying into your windows. Just use a search engine, or Youtube video. On our first day, we noticed a big difference in the temperature in our bedroom. It did not heat up so quickly and the A/C has no problem keeping up with the heat. June 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by titanium window film We put this film on the windows in our sun room to reduce the hot house effect. It seems to have reduced the heat by about 35% and we would do it again. We also use vertical blinds when the sun is directly on the windows. With three walls of windows, a lot of heat comes in the room during the day, but this window film has helped a lot. If the windows are long like ours, it is best to have two people to put the film on, as it tends to stick where you don't want it to, but they have improved this film a lot and it is more forgiving than previous versions of window film. It is best to buy the application film kit for ease of handling. July 19, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Meh First of all, this a 2-person project. Secondly, the film is really flimsy and does not handle itself well if you're working by yourself. Third, the spray included in the window application kit is not enough to last this particular kit for all the layers of spray called for in the instructions. I had to purchase a second bottle to finish my last window. For the price, this film should be easier to apply instead of being a flimsy piece of flypaper. I hope the energy savings will be worth it... July 20, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Turns into a mirror at night. People can see in ... you can't see out. I had no problems at all installing this product and I'm convinced it's will help reduce heat. But it turns into a two way mirror at night. People outside can still see in, but from the inside you're looking at a mirror! Looks really tacky. I'm gonna take it down. Even if you liked the mirror, wouldn't it to be more useful the other way around. That is with the mirror facing out? July 9, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Gila monster so far, one window pane covered and it wasn't the best experience: -separating films is an issue -the film curls on itself and sticks to itself -hairs get stuck on film -film gouges easily from smoothing instrument -mistakes can be seen from outside -a regular-sized window is really a 2 person job 5 more panes to go; I'll change my review accordingly July 15, 2016
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