So you’d love to let the natural daylight through your home yet you’d still wish to restrict prying eyes. When keeping the blinds closed turns your room dim, so what’s your quick fix? What about a simple way to let light in while giving you complete privacy? And no, it won’t require changing your normal glass to frosted glass. Going for frosted window film is much cheaper, and more convenient, than changing your glass or blinds.
Frosted film not only makes a house look great, it also gives a long lasting effect that stays on the windows for a long time. With a little patience, a squeegee (or a spray bottle) and probably a Stanley knife, fitting frosted window film becomes simple. The key is having your frosted film cut to the size of your glass. You can use frosted window film on your back door, basement windows, shower window or maybe you’ve got a house where anyone can peek through your front door.
These frosted windows can provide the privacy you desire without blocking off too much light.
This quick tip Frosted Window Film video runs you through key steps for best results and a nice finish.