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Material
Polyethylene Teraphthalate
Brand
Gila
Color
Black
Size
36" x 6.5''
Item Dimensions LxWxH
36.75 x 5.25 x 2 inches

  • Window Film
  • Installation Instructions


  • The Gila Privacy Control Black Window Film is intelligently-designed to darken windows, help provide excellent privacy and block light. It rejects up to 58% of Total Solar Energy and blocks up to 99% of UV rays to help keep rooms with direct sunlight cool during the day.


    Gila Privacy Control Black Window Film comes in a 3 ft. x 6.5 ft. roll, enough to cover one large window. Use it on garage windows to hide clutter, on bathroom windows for privacy, or to make bedrooms more nap-friendly during the day.


    The Gila Privacy Control Black Window Film features static cling technology, making it hassle-free and easy to install. Our black window film is the perfect window film for weekend DIY projects. Plus, it's easy to remove and reinstall, too, making it the ideal window film for rental properties.


    Gila Window Films are warranted against manufacturing defects for a period of two years from the date of original purchase. Visit the Gila Window Films website for additional details.


    Eastman is the leading manufacturer and marketer of high performance window films for automotive and architectural applications, which includes the Gila Do-It-Yourself window film brand.


    Gila makes it easy to install your new window film over the weekend. Pick up a Gila Complete Window Film Application Kit (Gila model # RTK500) for everything you need to get a smooth finish and more satisfying results in less time.

    Features & details

    Features

    • DAYTIME PRIVACY: Film darkens windows to provide superior privacy and light-blocking
    • ENERGY EFFICIENT: Rejects up to 58% of total Solar Energy
    • PROTECTS INTERIORS: Blocks up to 99% of UV rays, helping to keep your interior from fading
    • INCREASED COMFORT: Reduces glare up to 93%, making interiors more comfortable
    • EASY DIY INSTALLATION: Just cut to size and apply using Gila Complete Application Kit, no professional installer needed. INSTALLATION TOOLS SOLD SEPARATELY: Gila Complete Window Film Installation Kit (Item RTK500) is recommended to complete your DIY window film project needs
    • Helps reduce fading to interior furnishings by rejecting up to 99% of UV rays
    • Reduces glare
    • covers 1 standard window

    Product information 36" x 6.5''

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    Top reviews from the United States

    Windi L.
    1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    MUST...MUST...MUST be applied on OUTSIDE of DUAL PANE WINDOWS
    Reviewed in the United States on May 1, 2018
    Size: 36" x 6.5'
    The product''s description and information does NOT SAY ANYTHING about the FACT that this film must be applied to the OUTSIDE of double pane windows.....................IF APPLIED INSIDE....TO DUAL PANE WINDOWS.......HEAT WILL BUILD UP BETWEEN THE PANES.....YOUR WINDOW WILL... See more
    The product''s description and information does NOT SAY ANYTHING about the FACT that this film must be applied to the OUTSIDE of double pane windows.....................IF APPLIED INSIDE....TO DUAL PANE WINDOWS.......HEAT WILL BUILD UP BETWEEN THE PANES.....YOUR WINDOW WILL CRACK.....GETS VERY....VERY...VERY...HOT......ALMOST TOO HOT TO TOUCH....IN 60-70 DEGREE SPRINGTIME WEATHER (the application paperwork that comes inside the box, says [ONE TIME], the film is to be applied on-the-outside of dual pane windows) I did it anyway since I''d already paid for the film..I-would-not-have-bought it if I''d known.. ......GLAD I DIDN''T APPLY IT DURING THE SUMMER....WHEN I TOUCHED THE GLASS AFTER IT WAS IN THE SUN....I KNEW IT HAD TO COME OFF........ APPLYING IT ON THE OUTSIDE IS NOT AN OPTION HERE(outside animals)....SO I''M OUT THE MONEY I PAID TO COVER MY SLIDING GLASS DOORS!!!!
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    Melodie Botto
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    From a professional standpoint....
    Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2020
    Size: 36" x 6.5'
    Ok, so by professional I mean that this is the first time I''ve ever even attempted tinting. But now I''m ready to take on the world. Probably a false sense of confidence, but it was THAT easy. Tools I put in the picture are a MUST. One of my pictures may be sideways...I dont... See more
    Ok, so by professional I mean that this is the first time I''ve ever even attempted tinting. But now I''m ready to take on the world. Probably a false sense of confidence, but it was THAT easy. Tools I put in the picture are a MUST. One of my pictures may be sideways...I dont know why. Here''s the lowdown:

    1. Price out having a professional do it first. Then you''ll roll your eyes at the other peoples reviews. My project was $40. Hiring someone to do it would have been about $150 or more. People need to lay off the negative reviews on a $20 item that would be quadruple in price if hired out. Duh.

    2. Measure first and add at least an inch / inch and a half on each side, and I''d suggest two on the length. It''s easier to trim afterwards than get a dead on cut.

    3. Clean that window. Then clean it again. If you have an animal in the house, take the animal out of the house at least two years before starting because this stuff is a hair magnet!

    4. Once you cut it, dont forget that the paper is dirty and going to touch your window where you''re about to stick this stuff. So roll all that sucker out and make sure the paper is wiped off first. My first one has dust on it because it took one time to learn that. You''re welcome.

    5. Dont waste your money on their adhesive product. I had windex and was not about to go to the store for baby shampoo. It worked fine.

    6. KEEP IT WET. Both sides. Start at the top, roll the paper half way down, eyeball that sucker straight and then squeegie it in. Once you are sure it''s straight and you have overlap on both sides, go ahead and roll all the paper off and stick it on. MAKE SURE THE WINDOW IS WET!!! Then use the little squeegie thing but make sure the outside is wet or you WILL tear the tint.

    7. Once you have it pretty decently in place take your squeegie and razor blade and hold the squeegie tight in the corner and run the razor down with it. Dont pull or it''ll tear. Gentle, like it''s your first date.

    8. Save this project when you''re stressed. It''s actually very satisfying and calming. It was for me anyway! Good luck!
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    Mark
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Easier Than You Think!
    Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2017
    Size: 36" x 6.5'
    I used this tint to cover two sliding glass door sets in my townhome. Each sheet is big enough to cover one door of the sliders, so I ended up buying four of these, total. Some tips I learned from doing this four times: 1. DON''T BUY THE INSTALLATION KIT. You... See more
    I used this tint to cover two sliding glass door sets in my townhome. Each sheet is big enough to cover one door of the sliders, so I ended up buying four of these, total. Some tips I learned from doing this four times:

    1. DON''T BUY THE INSTALLATION KIT. You simply don''t need it. A spray bottle filled with water and with a few drops of dish soap in it will do nicely for the solution you need. I also purchased a 12" squeegee for a couple of bucks at my local grocery store. I used it for both cleaning and application. I''ve seen tips to use a credit card to get bubbles out. Why use 3" when you can use 12"? (that''s what she said)
    2. CLEAN THE GLASS REALLY WELL. If you have a razor blade (like from a box opener), use the edge of it to go along the glass and remove anything that might be stuck. You might not see that speck now, but you''ll definitely see it once the film is applied.
    3. MEASURE, MEASURE, AND THEN MEASURE AGAIN. When you have the measurements, subtract that from the dimensions of the film. That will be the amount you need to take off from the length and from the width. It''s easier to measure and mark what you DON''T need, than to measure what you do. Depending on how much you trust your measurements, add an extra 1/8-1/4" on each measurement.
    4. DON''T USE A RAZOR BLADE TO MAKE THE INITIAL CUTS. You''ll just end up frustrated, and possibly cause snags and rough spots on that edge. The film is fairly thick and you''d need a really sharp razor to make a clean cut. Instead, use scissors to trim the excess. After I made my measurements, I marked a line with a sharpie and straight edge, and just followed that when I cut it. Much easier.
    5. SET YOUR UNCUT EDGES AT THE TOP AND SIDE. That will leave you just one side and the bottom to have to trim, if needed. As you begin to squeegee the bubbles out, keep an eye on the top. It will tend to slide down just a bit because it''s riding on the slick application fluid. I didn''t have a helper, and I don''t think it''s needed, but if you have someone to hold the top in place, it probably wouldn''t hurt.
    6. LET IT SIT. Before you get all excited and start trimming to finish the job, let it sit for a few hours. This will allow you to see if the film moves at all and make those adjustments. Mine didn''t move, but you never know. Waiting also allows the film to "adhere" to the glass better.
    7. USE A SHARP RAZOR TO FINISH. If I were to do it over, I''d get an exacto knife to make that final trim. I used a box cutter, and it worked, but I think the exacto would allow better dexterity when making the final trim. You also may find that you don''t need to trim it at all, and can just tuck it in place using a straight edge. Definitely use that straight edge to hold the film down and also guide the razor when making the final trim.

    And that''s about it. A few final comments about this. From the outside, the film is dark and you can''t see anything inside during the day. I''ve even turned on all my lights and stood outside, and still couldn''t see anything unless I got right up on the window and cupped my hands by my eyes. The black of the film makes the reflection of the glass more prominent and that''s all you see. You looking back at yourself. At night, you''re able to see in, but it''s still darkened. From the inside, depending on how sunny it is, it just looks kind of like an overcast day with a slight sienna tint.

    Overall, very happy with the results, and I can''t wait to see how it performs this summer in the Florida heat.
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    HaydenTop Contributor: Pets
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Dawn (Now) Looks Like Dusk! 😎
    Reviewed in the United States on February 21, 2017
    Size: 36" x 6.5'
    First and foremost, this film is not as dark as what is shown in the description. Second, this is actually a good thing (for me) since my bedroom theater is now dark enough to use my 84" projector display without any added glare from the sun. (Any darker and... See more
    First and foremost, this film is not as dark as what is shown in the description.

    Second, this is actually a good thing (for me) since my bedroom theater is now dark enough to use my 84" projector display without any added glare from the sun. (Any darker and it would be too depressing).

    In fact, when I first installed it, my girlfriend didn''t readily notice. After waking up the following morning (post-installation), she asked me, "What time is it? Why does it feel so late in the day?"

    I responded... "It''s only 11am 🤔."

    It wasn''t until she roamed around the apartment several hours later when she finally realized I had ''tinted'' the windows in my bedroom.

    That said... She actually thinks it''s too dark. For my batcave, however, it''s perfect 😎👌

    Honestly... Any darker and you might as well get blackout window film (which was not something I wanted).

    With this film, I can still see what''s going on outside my window in the daytime, with added privacy. It also proved to be the perfect dimming solution for viewing my HD projector display during the day time.

    To get a better idea of what it looks like...

    I''d say it feels like a dark storm is coming. Even though it''s sunny outside, it forever feels cloudy inside. It''s definitely enough to fool your senses into believing it''s much later in the day than it really is.)

    Dawn feels like early dusk; sunrise will feel more like sunset.

    For me, this is perfect, not only for watching movies, but to also zone out and study for long hours without being distracted with wanting to go out to play in the sun.

    Application tips:

    1) An old spray bottle with a few drops of dish detergent is all you need to make the film ''stick''.

    2) Make sure you scrub and scrape your windows clean before applying the film.

    3) Since I didn''t have a squeegee, I used my dust pan (which had a rubber liner). Some say a credit card works, but I think something more squeegee like definitely will make your life easier and will help to smooth out the bubbles in one swipe.

    3) I used a ''scraper'' with a razor blade to scape the window clean, and used the same razor to trim the excess film after applying.

    4) When you trim the excess, leave about 2-3 mm of excess; the window film will shrink a little after a day or so, so if you you trim too ''perfectly'' you may windup with a small gap between the window film and the edge of the window.

    Honestly, the most important part of applying the film is to REALLY clean the window. Take time to clean the window frame as well, since ANY lingering dirt may seep between the film and the window -- causing it the bubble up.

    That said...

    I applied the film in the following steps:

    1) Measured and cut the film to fit the window. (Didn''t worry much about excess).

    2) Scraped every inch of the window with a razor blade scraper.

    3) Washed the window and trimming with mild soapy solution (w/dish detergent).

    4) Scrapped again (for added measure).

    5) Sprayed window excessively with mild soapy solution.

    6) Squeegeed

    7) Sprayed the window with the soapy solution again.

    8) Applied the film.

    9) Sprayed the film (on window) with soapy solution.

    10) Sqeegeed to remove the bubbles.

    11) Trimmed the excess with razor blade.

    *I also placed an old towel on the bottom of window to catch all the excess water.

    That''s it!

    For the price, I couldn''t be happier.

    Although I would give this 4.5 stars for the misleading darker tint Shown in the description, I''ll give it 5, since it served my purpose perfectly. Any darker would probably cause clinical depression (for me).

    That said, if you think you need something darker... you can always try doubling up (by layering it), or trying the ''blackout'' film.

    Hope this helps with your purchase decision.

    Peace & Love 😎✌️
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    Douglas Day
    1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Thick, Dark and not recommended
    Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2019
    Size: 36" x 6.5'
    Its thick and dark. I''ll give it that much. Not a very good product overall on my opinion. Once I finally got it to stick to the window and used the razor blade to trim it. The film shredded as I cut along the edge, instead of a clean cut. It mentions in the directions, the... See more
    Its thick and dark. I''ll give it that much. Not a very good product overall on my opinion. Once I finally got it to stick to the window and used the razor blade to trim it. The film shredded as I cut along the edge, instead of a clean cut. It mentions in the directions, the blade dulling after 10 yards of cutting this film. I used a brand new razor and it started shredding after about 3 inches. I was meticulous as I could be while cutting. It was ruined after that. There wasnt enough material leftover to start over and do it again. If you have to get this product I would suggest buying one roll just to practice with. Unless your confident enough in getting a perfect cut and then applying the film... I wouldnt recommend this product.
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    karlieh74
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Just what this night crawler needed for her sleep cave.
    Reviewed in the United States on December 17, 2017
    Size: 36" x 6.5'
    I am ecstatic with this product. I got home form work the morning after it arrived with a migraine and decided to stay up just a little longer to get this on the window that gets the most sun, and is the one that makes my sleep the most difficult. I did not find the... See more
    I am ecstatic with this product. I got home form work the morning after it arrived with a migraine and decided to stay up just a little longer to get this on the window that gets the most sun, and is the one that makes my sleep the most difficult. I did not find the instructions until after I finished applying this tine to the 2nd (and last) pane (instructions are rolled up in the tint roll). Had no issues, I had watched my car get tinted and had the basics down pat. It is not as dark as it looks in the photo, probably about a 15% tint at a guess. But the difference this made to my sleep cave was phenomenal. If you are looking for black out tint - this is not the tint for you. But if you are just trying to decrease the light and heat, this tint is perfect. Let me reiterate - I put this on the window with a full blown migraine going and had never tinted a window before in my life and the tint came out great. You are going to need a soapy water bottle, a smoothing blade and a razor to install. I purchased the kit that is sold on Amazon because I was too lazy to round up everything but you don''t have to buy the kit, you can use what you have on hand. Make sure you clean the window before application and have plenty of paper towels on hand to clean up after application you are going to have soapy water dripping from the window when you smooth the tint. Don''t be stingy applying the soapy water prior to application, this makes it so the tint will stick and is easier to reposition as you are figuring out placement on the window.
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    cindy89
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Good solution for a great price!
    Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2019
    Size: 36" x 6.5'
    I live in an apartment so I needed an easy fix that would reduce the sun in my apartment and not damage the windows. This does the trick without breaking the bank. I won’t lie that its hard to install on the first try. Tricks I found helpful was to precut to the desired... See more
    I live in an apartment so I needed an easy fix that would reduce the sun in my apartment and not damage the windows. This does the trick without breaking the bank. I won’t lie that its hard to install on the first try. Tricks I found helpful was to precut to the desired section, have a bowl with diluted soapy water and paper towels on hand. I soaked the paper towel very heavily to dampen the window slide the film on in small sections. I used an old gift card to get as many bubbles out as I went section by section which worked well. It took a few hours for each window but it looks nice and definitely lessens the heat and sun coming in. Would definitely recommend as a non expensive, removable, and doesn''t damage the window.
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    Interwebz Admin
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy enough; attaching pic of before/after.
    Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2015
    Size: 36" x 6.5'
    I''ll get the negatives out of the way first. Three issues: 1) First and foremost, if you have dual pane windows, low-E windows, hurricane windows, etc. please check with the manufacturer to ensure it is safe for you to apply this film to them. Some windows of that... See more
    I''ll get the negatives out of the way first. Three issues:
    1) First and foremost, if you have dual pane windows, low-E windows, hurricane windows, etc. please check with the manufacturer to ensure it is safe for you to apply this film to them. Some windows of that type are designed in a manner that has very low tolerance to additional heat being present on the interior side, and putting a privacy/darkening film on the inside generates additional heat on that surface instead of on your furniture/floor/walls, since the heat-generating light is stopped at the film on the window surface. This mistake could cost you a window failure of some sort. See the "Can I apply film to dual pane / low-e" section of http://www.gilafilms.com/help-how-tos for more info.
    2) This film is not like automotive window film that is thin and otherwise clear. It''s a thicker vinyl film and is not completely clear. What you see looking through it will be slightly blurry. There are residential films that are not blurry, this just isn''t one of them.
    3) Keep in mind that your privacy will only be during the day when it''s light out side and dark(er) inside. In the evening, when it''s light inside, people will be able to see in, albeit not particularly easily unless their face is right at your window, and things will still be slightly blurry because of the film itself.

    With that out of the way, the nice aspects of the film are:

    1) It''s cheap
    2) It''s easy to apply, and re-apply if you get it crooked at first
    3) It darkens a room quite a bit if that''s your goal
    4) It provides mild privacy

    I have a home theater that does not yet have curtains, making it impossible to use during the day as the light output of the projector is nowhere near enough to overcome sunlight flooding the room. Rather than just not use it until I have time to find curtains I like, I threw this on the windows and it has darkened the room quite a bit making it easily usable. I''m including a picture with a covered and uncovered window side by side so you can see the level of light reduction.

    Application is fairly easy. You don''t need to waste $10 on their ''application solution'', just get some unconditioned baby shampoo, 1/4 teaspoon per quart of water. I put paper towels all along the bottom of the window and then go reasonably heavy on the spray; that makes it very easy to reposition the film if you need to. I get it stuck along the top and then peel the backing away, squeegee my way top down and then trim around the edge. It''s very easy to end up with a jagged edge when trimming if you''re not careful and not using a very sharp razor blade, so I recommend their tool if you''re not used to this as that does make it easier. I use their hard plastic squeegee and a box cutter personally, but I''ve done it a number of times now so I''ve got the hang of it, with some ruined edges along the way. Change blades a couple times if you''re doing large windows as they dull quickly when cutting this film against glass, and dull blades pull the film.
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    Doobee
    1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Film absorbs heat and crack my window
    Reviewed in Canada on May 10, 2019
    Do not buy this film if your window is facing east or west. It absorbs heat and will crack your window. I had it installed just over a year and the film starts peeling at the corners.
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    DD
    2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Requires installation kit - not included in the package
    Reviewed in Canada on May 12, 2020
    It seems like a good solution to the problem we have but I was disappointed to see the product arrive and then find out it requires 4 specialized tools/adhesives that are not in the package and need to be sold separately. I went over the product page and could find this...See more
    It seems like a good solution to the problem we have but I was disappointed to see the product arrive and then find out it requires 4 specialized tools/adhesives that are not in the package and need to be sold separately. I went over the product page and could find this disclosed anywhere - so here''s a huge buyer beware!
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    Kurt Walling
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Buy the Install kit and take your time!
    Reviewed in Canada on April 8, 2020
    Make sure you have the install kit or at least a good [small] squeegee to get out the bubbles. Also very important to have a brand new sharp razor/utility knife. I suggest measuring the window and cutting the film 1/8" big so you give yourself room to tightly fit and also...See more
    Make sure you have the install kit or at least a good [small] squeegee to get out the bubbles. Also very important to have a brand new sharp razor/utility knife. I suggest measuring the window and cutting the film 1/8" big so you give yourself room to tightly fit and also gives room for a bit of shrinkage. Leave the film on and let it completely dry and set ... then trim it. MUCH EASIER! We used this for our four large upper windows and glass entry doors in our entrance to our house. Prior to installing this film; the sun was too bright and heated up our entrance. Now, the morning sun isn''t blinding and it doesn''t heat up our entrance. Very happy with this product!
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    P. Szeto
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Decent product
    Reviewed in Canada on July 9, 2019
    For amount of area in roll, it is a great price. It was easy to install. It helped the fact I installed a mirror version previously. Tint is dark enough but not too dark. It does let some light in which is expected. It''s not limo tint. Did not use their solution. Just used...See more
    For amount of area in roll, it is a great price. It was easy to install. It helped the fact I installed a mirror version previously. Tint is dark enough but not too dark. It does let some light in which is expected. It''s not limo tint. Did not use their solution. Just used a bucket of soapy water and a clean rag. Used a standard box cutter to cut the size and a credit card to squeegee out the soapy excess Installed in on my garage windows for privacy and coolness. Highly recommend.
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    D.M.
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Highly recommended. Great!!
    Reviewed in Canada on July 29, 2020
    Super easy to install. We use a spray bottle with soapy water and a credit card to smooth. It''s easy to cut with a blade. We have purchased this item 4 times because we love it so much. We have done all of our west facing windows and even our RV windows. Great quality. We...See more
    Super easy to install. We use a spray bottle with soapy water and a credit card to smooth. It''s easy to cut with a blade. We have purchased this item 4 times because we love it so much. We have done all of our west facing windows and even our RV windows. Great quality. We have had zero issues with it bubbling or cracking the windows, as some other reviews have suggested. The only downside for some folks would be that it''s hard to see what the weather is like outside. It kinda looks gloomy all the time. But we are okay with that! We have found a noticeable difference in the temperatures of the rooms that have it installed, and even a decrease in our energy bill because our AC isn''t working overtime. Highly recommended.
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