Frequently asked questions
A two-way mirror film is an extremely strong reflecting mirror film for outside installation, which can provide privacy as long as the room is darker than the outside. Privacy protection for lighted rooms can be achieved by illuminating the two-way mirror film and by dimming the room light as much as possible.
Two-way mirror films reflect much stronger and hence only let 1% of daylight into the room. Although the film must be installed on the complete glass pane. If partially installed, the different temperatures on the glass could cause it to break.
After removing the protective foil, spray the window and film with a assembly concentrate/water mixture, then position the film on the window and after that, scrape out the moisture again.
In order to remove two-way mirror films, heat the film with a hair-dryer. Then pull the film from one of its corners. You can pull it longitudinally easily. After the old film is removed, spray Ajax window cleaner on the windows in order to remove the residuaries of the adhesive material. The remaining residuaries can also be removed with the help of a shaving razor or a glass scraper after a short time.