Installing a Frosted film on windows is a relatively easy process that can be completed with a few simple tools and techniques. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to install Frosted film on windows:
Measure the window: Use a tape measure to measure the width and height of the window from edge to edge. Measure both the width and height in multiple places to ensure accuracy, as some windows may not be perfectly square.
To ensure that the frosted film will completely cover the window, add a few inches to the width and height measurements. This will provide some margin for error and allow for trimming the film if necessary.
Clean the window: Clean the window thoroughly with a glass cleaner and a lint-free cloth. Make sure there is no dirt, dust, or debris on the surface as this may interfere with the adhesive.
Spray the window with a solution: Mix a solution of water and a few drops of dish soap in a spray bottle. Spray the solution liberally onto the window surface.
Peel the backing off the film: Peel the backing off the Frosted film, exposing the adhesive side.
Apply the film to the window: Carefully apply the film to the window surface, using a squeegee to smooth out any bubbles or wrinkles. Work from the center of the window outwards, pressing the film down firmly as you go.
Trim the excess film: Use a sharp utility knife to trim any excess film from the edges of the window.
Smooth out any bubbles or wrinkles: Use a squeegee or credit card to smooth out any bubbles or wrinkles that may have formed during the application process.
Let the film dry: Allow the film to dry for at least 24 hours before touching or cleaning the surface.