Rated 3.8 out of 5★ by 4reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by DIYinTx Easy To Use Just measure, cut, apply, and finish. Takes only 30 minutes per window (15 minutes for each half, top and bottom). Can feel the difference where the afternoon sun shown directly into a bedroom. 06/17/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by JessicaBe Easy to apply and works wonders!! My son has three big windows facing due east. In the morning his room would heat up about 15 to 20 degrees-no joke! It was awful. After applying this film his room hasn't heated up more than 5 degrees in the morning. Amazing!!You will need:Squeegee (get the one in the walmart cleaning section)Application Solution (you can use baby shampoo and water-google it) 09/08/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by hiten2555 very thin film, very easily gets ripped while inst the window film is very think, once you try to adjust it while placing on the windows. It easily ripes. it's hard to install it back on again. It hard to push water out of the corners 11/03/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★ by totosssss it'll work I'm renting a house that was built in 1950 with a 120" wide window in the living room. At first I thought that was great! But living with the sun blasting in everyday isn't much fun. I thought I would try this, knowing that if I didn't like it I could peel it off.Likes: it makes living in the living room possible. The sun isn't blasting in anymore and I can see the tv and the computer much better. Also, it makes it more private so that people outside can't just glance in my window to see what I'm doing in here #daytime, at night you can see in when the lights inside are on#Dislikes: This particular "color" is a little on the metallic side, when it's dark outside and your lights are on inside it's like you have a mirror instead of a window. I just shut the drapes to fix this :) Application on old windows like mine is really hard to do. You have to really soak the windows with the fluid to apply the tint, that makes tiny particles of dirt/dust/debri float out from under the window edges and gets under the film. This really isn't any fault of the product, it would be much easier to apply on new windows.Seams: Don't do what I did first! I read a review where the person recommended clear nail polish on the seam as a final step. Don't do this! All I could see is that one stripe down the window where the nail polish was shiny. I had to remove it all and start again.All in all for my purposes in this rental house, this works. If I owned my own home I wouldn't bother with this and just purchase new windows with the UV tint on the glass. 02/27/2014