Rated 4.3 out of 5Â by 29
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Turbo1 Turbo1
Easy to install and looks great! I installed it on the window of a door and it allows the light in but provides privacy inside. It was very easy to trim and went onto the window beautifully with no air bubbles.
August 17, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Sincin30 Not for privacy
This was not hard to use at all. I would had gave it a 5star if it had allowed covering for privacy. I covered the glass part on my tv entertainment cabinet. I can still see everything such as the blu-ray, the blu-ray player, & etc. Not even close to hiding it. It looks cute though. This is just an oversize window cling that you would stick to your door or window like you buy for holiday decorations.
January 24, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5Â by DIYMom Not good at all
get real blinds or a curtain. I put this stuff up on the window in my back door. I followed the instructions and it was fine for 12 hours. Then it started peeling at the corners. I pushed it back in place. Stayed for a day and then peeling. So I push it back. I'll keep doing this until I find something in the neighborhood of a blind or curtain. the one plus is that it cuts down on the sunlight coming into my laundry room.
July 17, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by wbtx Did not provide privacy - Is see-through when a light is on behind it
We bought this for the window of our cabana bathroom door. It was time consuming to install. When I closed the door and tested it for privacy, I could see my husband standing in the bathroom. Obviously not going to work if you can look in the window and see someone using the toilet. The next day it had fallen off the window anyway. We threw it away and ordered a Roman shade. Maybe it would work on a window where a light isn't in use behind it.
December 20, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Genieva EXTREMELY EASY!!!!
Could not believe how easy this was to install and how great it looks! I started by cleaning the window, then I used an ordinary spray bottle with tap water to saturate the window just to the point before it began to drip, followed by placing the paper on the window and using a painters' edge to remove the bubbles, and DONE! The painters' edge has a thin metal edge so it was firmer and easier to use than a squidgy in my opinion. I'm in the process of purchasing more for my basement windows. Great product and I love the fact that it's removable.
August 27, 2009