With our specially designed install kit and easy to follow instructions, it is.

Yes! Our films can be installed on double paned windows. We don't recommend applying our films onto non-tempered Low-e glass. To find out how to test if your windows have Low-e filter, check out our helpful blog on our website.

If you follow the instructions correctly and thoroughly cleaned your window, it will not. Make sure all corners and the edge of the film are completely attached to the window.

Our films are made of extruded PVC material.

Either side of the film can be applied to the window. Also,since our films don’t contain glue, there is no backing to be removed.

Our films are much thinner compared to GILA. Gila also does not have a film that blocks 85% of heat but has a high VLT (Visible Light Transmittance) like our G-cling 70.

No. Our tool kit is purchasable separately on our website.

Due to our manufacturing process (nano-technology) we have been able to create a film that is 73 VLT but with 85% heat blocking capabilities.

Static cling film is made from PVC material. It’s reusable, economical, and easy to self-install. It's shortcomings are that, compared to adhesive window film, static cling clarity is slightly lower. We suggest customers who demand high clarity to pay window film shops more for adhesive window film.

Our standard size films will fit MOST standard sedan and coupe style vehicles. The exact measurements are listed if you need to measure to ensure they will fit your vehicle.

This depends on several factors. First, you must know what is legal in your state, we have a list of tinting law restrictions here (link). Second, if you do a lot of night driving, it would be wise to go with a higher VLT (lighter tint, as dark tints will make driving at night difficult). Finally, certain tint levels have different UV and IR refractive specifications.

No, a heat gun is not required for installing static cling window tint. In fact, all you really need is our installation kit.

That will depend on the level of tint you select. The tint that will reduce the most amount of heat will be our G-cling 70.

Our custom Pre-cut film is cut by computer plotter according to the size of your car windows that we have in our database. However, some car windows have black dots on the edge, causing problems with the film sticking to the glas. Therefore, you will most likely have to cut away the part of the film that’s on the dots by yourself. (Normally tint shops cut away the film on the dots too).

One of the features of static cling film is that it is reusable. First timers might get a little clumsy, but no worries, you only have to peel it off and apply again. If there’s any dust on the film, just clean it with water, try until you get it right.

Please don’t apply when it’s windy. Don’t install when the glass is extremely cold or hot. You can spray the glass to cool it down and then apply the film.

The film does not contain metallic elements, so it won’t block toll tags, WIFI, or GPS signals.

It’s not recommended. The wind and the rain can cause damage to the film.

No, there is no adhesive. The film sticks with a static cling effect. Either side of the film can be applied to the window.

DO NOT USE on patterned glass! Air can get between the film and the patterned glass thus causing it to easily fall off.

Please do the following to extend the life of your purchase:

1. To keep the static cling film attached to the glass. Please do not roll the window up/down for 48 hours after application.

2. To prevent the static cling film from falling off, do not water-wash the inside of the car window after application.

3. Please clean the film with a wet towel. Do not use a brush or sponge.

4. Do not put hard objects against the window this will prevent the film from getting scratches.

Normal window films have an adhesive glue. Static cling film adheres with atmospheric pressure, not glue, so the film is reusable. This means you can just redo it when you fail. The film can be folded for storage and used later. It can be reapplied by spraying solution and applying the film like you did the first time.

That will depend on the size of the film, some may require two people to install. Spray the glass and the film with solution, lay the film gently on the glass, move the film into place, and, finally, squeegee the water and bubbles outwards from the center.