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Gila

Model # 10366483

Internet # 202241636

Store SKU # 652629

36 in. x 78 in. Titanium Energy Saving Peel and Cling Window Film

$40.97 /each

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Product Overview

This film is slightly thicker, goes on more quickly and easily, and offers high heat rejection. The static cling design allows it to be removed in seconds and be reused again and again. Those in highly seasonal climates can remove this Heat Control film during the winter months and reinstall the following year. This Home Depot exclusive allows you to bask in natural light without overheating, squinting or worrying about UV rays.

  • 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
  • Static cling design for easy installation, repositioning, removal and reuse; instructions included
  • For best results use the Gila complete window film application kit
  • Static-cling design for easy installation, repositioning and removal; instructions included

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
0.0025 
Product Height (in.) 
36 
Product Length (in.) 
78 
Product Width (in.) 
36 

Details

Color 
Grey 
Decor Product Type 
Window Treatment 
Decorative 
No 
Features 
Glare control,Heat control,Removable/Reusable,Self-Adhesive,Washable 
Included 
No Additional Items Included 
Mirrored 
No 
Orientation 
Vertical / Horizontal 
Percentage of solar heat blocked 
70 
Product Weight (lb.) 
1.5 lb 
Removable 
Yes 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Textured 
No 
Washable/Reusable 
Yes 
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 78 in. Titanium Energy Saving Peel and Cling Window Film
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Dual-pane Windows?

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March 15, 2016
Is this safe to use on dual-pane windows? I'm reading that tint can shatter dual-pane windows. Is this applyable on the outside of the window with the reflective side still facing out so it doesn't trap heat between the glass panes?
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July 14, 2016
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From Gila website:
Q: Is Gila Window Film safe for dual-pane windows?
A: All Gila Window Films are safe for dual pane windows if used correctly. Most can be applied to the inside of dual pane windows with the exception of Glare Control and Privacy Control Black (outside only).
Q: Can I apply film to dual pane / dual pane low-e windows?
A: Be sure to read instructions before applying a given Read More
From Gila website:
Q: Is Gila Window Film safe for dual-pane windows?
A: All Gila Window Films are safe for dual pane windows if used correctly. Most can be applied to the inside of dual pane windows with the exception of Glare Control and Privacy Control Black (outside only).
Q: Can I apply film to dual pane / dual pane low-e windows?
A: Be sure to read instructions before applying a given film to dual pane windows. Dual pane windows are windows composed of two panes of glass separated by an air space and a perimeter spacing bar that also seals the edges against moisture intrusion into the air space. Film installation can be done on the room-side surface of dual pane windows provided the proper films are selected. Certain films can cause the inner pane to get too hot and possibly damage the weather seals or even break the glass.Some dual pane windows, such as used in some motor homes, are made of tempered glass. Usually the outer pane of tempered dual pane windows is also tinted. Tempered glass cannot be broken from solar heat absorption, no matter what film is installed on them. However, care still must be taken to select the proper film because of the potential for premature seal failure because an excessively absorptive film is used which could cases over heating of the seals and excessive stress through expansion cycling. It may be necessary to contact a member of the Eastman technical support team to obtain clarification on the best films for such windows. Dual pane Low-E and Dual pane tinted windows can safely have glare control films applied to the outside surface. Low-E coatings are applied to one of the inside surfaces of the glazing system, so its performance (in reducing wintertime heat loss) is not affected. Read Less
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April 3, 2016
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I just spoke with a Gila rep and she said the heat reflects off the film into the inner space between glass panes and that's what causes the breakage so they instruct consumers to instead install the film on the exterior pane of glass and it will cause no issues. With respect to the reflectivity, this item does not have a reflective/mirrored side to it like their other products so the opposite face would Read More
I just spoke with a Gila rep and she said the heat reflects off the film into the inner space between glass panes and that's what causes the breakage so they instruct consumers to instead install the film on the exterior pane of glass and it will cause no issues. With respect to the reflectivity, this item does not have a reflective/mirrored side to it like their other products so the opposite face would not make a difference. Read Less
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While blocking uv and heat, whether applied to inside or outside pane, does it allow enough natural light through for plants?

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Q: Will film hurt my indoor plants?
A: The most compatible films for sensitive indoor plants are Heat Control films. These films transmit higher portions of visible light spectrum that plants need for healthy photosynthesis. Darker films (i.e. Glare Control) block too much of that light.Help your plants acclimate to the change in light by adjusting them over a five-day period. Read More
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Q: Will film hurt my indoor plants?
A: The most compatible films for sensitive indoor plants are Heat Control films. These films transmit higher portions of visible light spectrum that plants need for healthy photosynthesis. Darker films (i.e. Glare Control) block too much of that light.Help your plants acclimate to the change in light by adjusting them over a five-day period. On day one, move the plants 1 foot further into the room. On day two, move them another foot. On day three, apply the film. On day four, move the plants a foot closer to the windows. On day five, move them another foot closer. Read Less
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Doing large glass sliding doors

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March 20, 2016
Do u do a double cut when butting up the film like u do with wallpaper.
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March 21, 2016
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Yes, this can be installed in strips.
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Heat Trapped Inside

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I actually wanted use these on my windows to kept the heat inside my home during the winter time. Can these be used also as an energy saver for the cold weather?
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December 17, 2015
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Hello Jessi,
Actually the energy savings is produced by blocking the ultra violet rays and heating effects of the sun. Thus reducing your air condition cost. They do not actually hold heat in.
Thanks for your inquiry.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 45 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by NOT TO BE USED ON SEALED WINDOWS Online FAQ says Q: Do I apply the film on the inside or outside of the window? A: Apply Heat Control films to the INSIDE only. The instructions with the product says to apply it to the outside on sealed dual pane windows. Because of the conflicting information I called the help desk and was told that the static cling could not be used on the exterior as it would not stand up to the elements and couldn't be used on the inside because I have sealed dual pane windows and it could possibly crack the windows from heat build up. Product should state "NOT TO BE USED ON SEALED WINDOWS" could have saved myself a lot of time and energy. June 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Window tint This product was very disappointing. Installation was was straight forward, but defects in production quality rendered this product as a failure. There were two lines from production/packaging/storage that could not be removed. The ends continue to come loose from window, possibly because of being wrapped on card board core too long or too tight. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by really works LOVE IT. We really notice how much heat does not come through the windows. Also gives a great deal of privacy. I put it on all my windows. REALLY makes the house look a little more elegant. Neighbors really notice the change. Started out with the film. Ended up with the cling. The cling is much easier to handle. July 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wonderful! I chose the removable because in the winter months I prefer not to block the sunlight. Has made a huge difference in the heat coming into my rooms. June 28, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install, curls and does not stick Product is easy to install after a little patience and work. It does take time and is easier with 2 people. Be sure to have a razor knife the one sold in the kit doesn't work that great in tight spaces. It looked great for about 4 hours then curling and bubbles from the corners. Some Windows work great the ones in full sun did not. No matter what I do the windows in full sun WILL NOT STICK. Maybe the adhesive ones work better but the static ones so far have been a waste of money. June 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed I gave two bars of quality and value as we were able to get one window pane done. Not knowing that the white paper in the box was the backing for the window film; I though nothing of it when it was sitting loose in the box. When I went through the instructions and saw that I was at the step to "remove the white backing" there was a little confusion. i then realized that the window film had become separated from the backing while in the box. I went back to the store to try to get another one and noticed that they were all like that. The cut pieces that I made from what was in my box will not stay on the windows at all except for the one. I have read up on the Titanium adhesive product and may switch to that instead. May 8, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by poor Backing was loose and the film was kinked in two different locations. Would not stay on window. Installed as instructions. Waste of money June 28, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Confusing video and paper instructions I purchased item #10366483-50146358 and I installed it on four narrow windows on the southern exposure of my house. There are instructions wrapped around the film, one of which states if I am installing on a double pane insulated glass (that's me) to place the product on the exterior side of the glass. The instructions also stated to remove the liner from the film by putting scotch tape back to back on a corner and pull off the liner. I tried many times and there was no separation. I then looked at a Gila.com video on how to install Heat Control film and it shows the tape on the corners too and being installed on interior side. I called Gila customer service and advised that the liner was not coming off and the nice lady stated, "oh, your product doesn't have any liner, it is static cling, just cut and spray both surfaces and install. She also stated that it is to be installed on the inside surface. Duh, that is not in writing or video anywhere. I did get the windows covered but found it challenging to get some of the corners to stick, and the plastic film is thick so a new razor blade is important. Today I finished my windows with the adhesive version of the Heat Control film and I think it was easier to install even though it did have a film liner to remove. June 10, 2016
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