Dimensions (Overall): 24 inches (L) x 36.0 inches (W)
Textile Material: 100% Vinyl
Features: UV Protection
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Item Number (DPCI): 074-09-0422
Origin: Made in the USA or Imported
Add style and privacy to your home with the Texture 12 window film. Its made of vinyl and protects your household from UV rays. This window shade reduces glare and is easy to change, allowing you to easily update the look of your room. It has a width of 36" and a length of 72". Wipe clean.
This is the second time I have purchased window film from Target. The quality is excellent as is the price! I decided I needed another window to have privacy so, again I chose the Artscape Texture design. It is perfect, as it lets all the light in, yet the soft texture makes it impossible for someone to look directly in the window. It is easy to cut and install. I have also taken them down, stored them rolled up, and reapplied them.
Bought this film to install over a glass panel in a bathroom door that looked directly at a shower and toilet. I have installed decorative films before. This extra thick vinyl film was super easy to cut and install. Really looks like textured glass. Very attractive but unfortunately is not as opaque as I had hoped. Can still clearly see the toilet and shower. Will add a venetian blind to solve problem.
Easy to install, I like the look. Doesn’t really provide as much privacy as I hoped. I went outside and looked in and was able to see my husband, his movements and what color shirt he had on, I had been hoping for less definition. It does let great light in.
I put this on my bedroom windows for more privacy. It was easy to cut and size and easy to install. Took me about 20 minutes to hang it on 2 windows. It gives me the privacy I want and still lets in natural light.
This product is very easy to work with. Follow the included instructions and you should have absolutely no problems. In order to cut the film to the right size, I measured out what I needed and drew a line on the paper backing. I then used a scissors to cut along the line. I can't comment on the ease of hanging the film and using an Exacto knife like others did, but the way I did it was super easy -- you just have to be able to follow a straight line when cutting.