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3D Decorative Privacy Window Film (Non-Adhesive & Heat Control 17.7 in by 78.7 in film) for $7.14

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3D Decorative Privacy Window Film (Non-Adhesive & Heat Control 17.7 in by 78.7 in film) with free Prime shipping.
Price is $7.14 after using 15% off promo code: 7E75WJOQ (code on Amazon's page)
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01JFILPIS

-Static clings to the glass firmly, say no to glues.
-Great privacy provided.
-Blocks 96% of UV ray away, slow down the aging of your furniture.
-No Residue left on the glass at all, you can reposition it and reuse it after years, ideal for rental places.

Product has over 800 great reviews and I believe this is the lowest price this product has ever been offered according to the camel website. Also, if it matters to anyone, this product received an A on fakespot.

--Also on sale--
No Glue, Privacy Glass Window Film (Tinted Pattern) with free Prime shipping:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MY6UK6W?th=1

2 Sizes Available:
17.7 in. by 78.7 in. (45 cm by 200 cm) for $7.27 after using 30% off promo code: DX37W4TW
35.4 in. by 78.7 in. (90 cm by 200 cm) for $16.72 after using 30% off promo code: DX37W4TW

This product has over 150 great reviews and has received an A on fakespot!
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This stuff is horrible. It started to roll up on edges. And heat control is a joke! Waste of money.
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PVC? smelly plastic?
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Used this stuff before and I love it. We had a house for sale and took down the (old) curtains and added film on all the window bottoms for light (and privacy) so it shows better. No peeling or rolling (use windex and make sure the film is off and windows are very clean) and there was a very light plastic smell at first but gone within minutes. Like contact paper smell - not strong at all.
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In for one. I tried this a few months back on one of my media cabinets with glass cabinets & it worked great. I know they're meant for windows but it makes my cabinet look less cluttered!
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I bought this 11 months ago and have not had any issues with it peeling or anything.. installing is more of a haste than expected but overall I like it. Only weird thing is that if you look at a light through it it's rainbowy
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We have some and it's been fine. Used it on our front door for a little privacy.
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Ordered a similar one last time it was offered, from the same manufacturer.
Worked great. Not smelly.

The one I got was not for privacy, but it did have a pleasing design. It got lots of positive comments. Stayed on the window with just a bit of soapy water.
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Trashcan
This is clearly not a trashcan.
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I need this in a different size and design... why can't that be on sale???
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00RDVD56U
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I think i purchased this or similar, and heat control is impossible, s its so thin, and not insulated....
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I think i purchased this or similar, and heat control is impossible, s its so thin, and not insulated....
Don't think insulation was the "heat control" they are talking about. It's to allowing less direct light in so the room doesn't get as hot.
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Can this film block sunlight?
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bought one
thanks

my home office gets a lot of sun and after my failure last time applying some Gila window tint myself that ended in disaster (ripped it when trying to remove the bubbles, and poked some holes here and there because the window is too big to handle by myself), I think ill go with this non-adhesive film from now on

I really like the UV blocking feature, lets see if it works

last time i bought this brand's film, i used it on a smaller window and also a diffuser for my DIY'ed ceiling fan light shade
it worked out pretty well

static cling is the way to go IMO
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