It's pretty easy and the film can be removed and start again if anything goes wrong. First, cut the film to size. Tape one corner in place about 1/8" or less from each of the two edges. Mark and cut the other two sides the same distance form the edge, either with the supplied cutter or some good scissors. Remove the tape and clean the window very well and wipe with a lint free cloth. Wet the window well with the spray included in the kit. Remove the backing from the film and place it at the top of the window, centered. Use the squeegee to remove any air bubbles, and work your way down. If the window is too dry, spray with come more of the included spray. If you have any bubbles between the film and the window, be sure to work those to either side or the bottom before continuing. If anything goes wrong, you can lift the film away from the window and start again - just be sure to not get the window side dirty. I had never done this before and was surprised at how easy it was - so much easier than the self-adhesive type of film.
Bought the products installed with lots of difficulty. Once dried...all the film fell down...tried again with same results! Very disappointed and waste of money
Well, a whole list of ingredients !
Yes, I bought the kit two years ago. I haven’t had one problem. It’s still in place and looking good.
I doubt that plain water will work, I found my special solution and it said not to mix with water so my guess is the straight water would not work.
There was no sticky stuff left in window
There is a 7-10 day curing time.
NO-Not at all. There are no adhesive effects left on glass or mirrored surfaces if removed.
I used it inside