Do It Yourself (DIY) or hire a professional? Fortunately, installing window film is not that hard and most people choose to do on their own if the film is installed properly. However, we have listed the installation process below.

In any case, attaining an expert to evaluate your home and the elements of your windows although you will DIY will help guarantee you capitalize on your venture.

Tool You Need

  • Spray bottle filled with water
  • 1 – 2 teaspoons of dishwash liquid or baby shampoo
  • Cutting knife
  • Rubber squeegee
  • Lint free cloth

 Window Film Do It Yourself: Five Step Process

  1. Cleaning the windows
  2. Applying the film
  3. Remove the water
  4. Trimming at the edges
  5. Inspection

Clean the Windows

You should completely clean your windows beforehand of applying the film. Often water and a dry towel work, yet on the off chance that you need to guarantee you film looks great, utilise a window cleaner or make your very own with infant cleanser and water. If you do make your own, fill a bottle first and use paper towel to dry.

Apply the Film

To start with, wet your window with water. Use the spray bottle from the house then remove the film from the liner and spray the sticky side with water. Apply the film to your window and alter as required.

There ought to be a little space along the outside of the window. You need to ensure the film is applied regularly along the highest point of the window.

Remove Water

Spray the inside side of the film. Grapple down the focal point of the film. Next, grapple from the middle to each side, beginning from the upper part. You ought to remove all water and all air pockets. Try not to stop until you took out every drop. Remove the excess film with an Olfa Knife if it doesn’t fit your window splendidly.

 Tips and Warnings

  • Always Install the film indoors away from dust, wind and sunlight.
  • When applying fill, use spray bottle with dishwash soap to avoid air bubbles.
  • You must remove the liner from the film very carefully and when handling.