(We advise you to read all the instructions before starting)
This sheet can be applied on plane glass, acrylic or mirrors; always on clean surfaces. It is not adequate for use on outdoor surfaces nor indoors subject to intense heat (for instance behind a radiator) or excessive humidity (for instance next to a sink or on the inside part of the shower door). They have a multidirectional use: they can be placed vertically as much as horizontally.
Squeegee or plastic card / Pencil / Spray bottle filed with cold water / Tape measure / Sharp scissors or cutter / Ruler / Window scraper / Cloth/Rag that doesn’t leave any lint behind
To lose the “curl” and make the application easier, completely unroll the sheet on a flat and clean surface and let it “rest” for at least 8 hours.
1. Measure the window. If it’s many windows, apparently the same size, measure them all anyway, windows aren’t always straight, they might trick you. 2. Clean the glass properly. Take out any paint stain with the window scraper. 3. Unroll the sheet on a big table or on the floor with the printed side (the one with texture) down. 4. Mark the measures with the ruler on the sheet. Check them. Check them twice. 5. Cut it with the scissors or the cutter. 6. Spray the glass with water till it’s completely wet. 7. Unstick one half of the sheet and spray it with water (on the sticky side). Repeat the process with the other half. 8. Apply the sheet on the designated surface. 9. Check that it’s well placed, if it’s not, move it till it perfectly fits in. 10. Pressthe sheet with the squeegee or the plastic card, applying pressure, always from the centre to the sides, to get rid of the water and the air bubbles. 11. If any air bubble dares not disappear, puncture it in the border with a needle and smooth it out pushing the air towards the hole. 12. Dry the excess water with the cloth/rag and let the sheet dry for a minimum of 36 hours. Any condensation tracebetween the layer and the window will disappear in about a week.