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Window / glass surface covered with d-c-fix® static premium Bamboo window film for effective privacy.

DIY privacy screen: Treat your window to a chic, opaque bamboo!

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In many Asian countries, it’s seen as a symbol of power and positive energy for life. Here at home, it can often be found in gardens, on patios and balconies: Bamboo. Because it’s beautiful to look at and is ideal for creating additional privacy with a green privacy screen. We used bamboo as a model – and designed our d-c-fix® static premium Bamboo privacy film in the timeless, on-trend bamboo effect. So: if you’re looking for a chic, easy-to-apply privacy screen for your window surfaces, our bamboo effect glass film is the perfect solution. The window film sticks statically – so you can apply it effortlessly wherever you want more privacy on your windows. Get a relaxed, opaque bamboo feel for your windows now!

You will need…

  • One roll of d-c-fix® static premium Bamboo
  • d-c-fix® application kit with doctor blade and cutter knife
  • Scissors
  • Measuring tape
  • d-c-fix® mounting liquid / spray bottle with water
  • Cloth (to clean)

Let’s go

Step 1

Measure the dimensions of the glass surface to be covered. Transfer the dimensions onto the backing paper of your bamboo film. Then cut the film to size by subtracting 2–3 mm distance from the window seals on all sides when cutting.

Step 2

Now it’s time to prepare the window: Thoroughly clean the glass surface so it’s completely free of dust and dirt of any kind. Then spray the glass surface generously with water / d-c-fix® application fluid, until there are no more dry areas visible.

Step 3

Now detach the backing paper from the opaque bamboo window film and attach it to the pane – remember to leave enough of a gap from the window seals.

Step 4

When you have the film in the correct position, use the doctor blade to smooth out the water between the glass surface and the window film. The best way to do this is to press from the center outwards with light pressure. Finally, use a cloth to wipe the film dry.

You’re done!

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