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A window covered with d-c-fix® static sun protective film to effectively reduce solar radiation and heat build-up.

Static sun protective film: Prepare your windows for the sunny season!

Project from Chris -

Yeah, springtime at last! Days will be longer again, your energy and joie de vivre will increase – and the sun will shine! Pure sunshine: something that is a pure joy outdoors can be annoying in the home. Sun can be annoying at times, especially when it comes to skylights, large window areas or when your desk is right next to the window. Not to mention the strong heat build-up in the summer. Relaxation at home is very easy when it comes to dealing with sun stress: with static sun protective film you can wave the red card at stressful solar radiation.


We will show you how to make your window areas “sunproof” with UV protection, right here!

You will need…

  • A roll of d-c-fix® static sun protective film
  • d-c-fix® tool kit with smoothing blade and cutter knife
  • Metal rule

  • Measuring tape
  • Spray bottle with water
  • Cloth

Let’s go

Step 1

First step: Clean windows! Remove any dirt from the windows to be covered - until they are spotlessly clean. Then measure the window.

Step 2

Next cut out the corresponding film pieces using the cutter knife.

Step 3

Then moisten the window with sufficient water using the spray bottle.

Step 4

Next remove the protective film from the piece of film and place it on the upper edge of the window.

Step 5

Then spray the film applied to the window and smooth it down using the smoothing blade, working from the inside to the outside. Continue to run the smoothing blade over the film from the inside to the edges until all excess water has been squeezed out to the sides.

Step 6

Finally, rub the adhered film surface and the entire window dry with a soft cloth - and your UV protection on the window is complete!

You’re done!

Ein mit d-c-fix® statischer Sonnenschutzfolie beklebtes Fenster zur wirksamen Reduktion von Sonneneinstrahlung und Wärmeentwicklung.
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