Transform an existing window into a two way mirror with film. Two way mirror film blocks 95% of light and delivers the highest level of privacy. During daytime, sunlight creates glare on the surface of the mirror, making it impossible to see inside. From inside, you are still be able to see outside. During nighttime, the privacy offered by sunlight is gone, so we recommend that you install lighting outside the window to create glare.
In addition to adding privacy to your windows, the reflectivity of two way mirror film blocks and heat before passing through your windows. This reduces glare inside the room, keeps the room cooler, and protects your room from sun damage.
- Home Privacy
- Dance Studios
- Store Security
- Glare Reduction
- Office Privacy
- Jails & Prisons
- Interrogation Room
- Hidden Camera
- Market Research
- Clinical Observation
- Stage Effects
- Reality TV
- Safe Room
- Maximum possible privacy
- Turns windows to 2-way mirrors
- 80% Reflective, 5% Transparent
- Easy installation
- Cuts with scissors
- Inexpensive compared to glass
- Improves energy efficiency
- Ships immediately
- Careful packaging & fully insured
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Mirror Film Installation
Easy step-by-step installation process: 1. Trim film 2. Spray the film solution, 3. Lay film on glass, 4. Smooth with squeegee, 5. Trim excess film with razor
Frequently Asked Questions
Feel free to order a two way mirror film sample for testing before purchasing a larger roll.
|8″x8″ Two Way Mirror Film Sample||$0.95|
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We start cutting and packaging the mirrors as soon as you place your order. Standard glass is shipped right away, tempered glass takes 1 week until shipping.
We recommend that you clean the film with microfiber wipe and 50% isopropyl solution (lens cleaner). The other side without the film can be cleaned just like standard glass.
Please contact us with your size and quantity for wholesale and dealer pricing.
The largest size is 5 feet x 100 feet.
It’s incredibly easy to install, provided you have the application kit and are following the directions. You simply clean and wet the surface, then lay the film on it and trim around the edges.
Be sure to install the film on the inside of the window to protect it from the elements.
Assuming it’s a window on the outside of a building, the film should be installed on the inside of the room, just like a regular installation.
It’s a good idea to order our installation kit for the best results. Alternatively, you can make a decent substitute by adding a quarter of a teaspoon of no tears baby shampoo (without conditioner) to one quart water, shake up, allow the bubbles to settle, then use
You could, but the image quality would be a lot less than our VanityVision Smart Mirror.
Yes, it will work if the office is more dimly illuminated than the area being observed.
The film is usually only used if you already have windows installed. For new installations, glass or acrylic two way mirrors are higher quality.
The film is also an excellent alternative if you’re covering large areas that would be expensive to do in glass in acrylic.
The film only sticks to glass, acrylic or polycarbonate won’t work.
99% of UV is blocked
5% passes through and 80% of the light is reflected.
Most mirror films are at least 30% transparent, which makes them nearly worthless for increased privacy.
Study the instructions and use youtube to see demonstrations before you begin. Lay out all needed tools within arms reach before you begin. These tools include: application solution, squeegee, a utility knife or razor blade, microfiber cloth or coffee filters, transparent tape, and window cleaner to clean the glass before you begin. Use smaller pieces of extra film to practice application before starting your first window. Two people working together make this a very simple project. Apply the application solution generously to keep the glass and the adhesive side of the film wet during the application
Can I use the film for a mirror TV or smart mirror?
The film is designed to block 95% of light, so you’d be best off purchasing our VanityVision smart mirror or dielectric TV mirror instead.
Can it be installed on bent glass or different shapes?
Yes, one of the advantages to the film, as opposed to glass or acrylic two way mirrors, it its installation on different shapes.