Spot the difference
The differences between the static window film and the window film with glue, adhesive film, milk glass foil, window film, anti-view film and self-adhesive window film. One of the biggest...
The differences between the static window film and the window film with glue, adhesive film, milk glass foil, window film, anti-view film and self-adhesive window film.
One of the biggest differences comes with the method of application. With or without glue. This affects the application, removal and maintenance of the foil. In short? The static window film is a game changer.
Like everything, things have pros and cons. In this blog, we mainly focus on the static window film we sell. By that we don’t mean that our window film is better than everyone else, but we try to be unique in what we do.
Our window films don’t help with the heat (we’ll explain the advantage of that to you below), don’t come in colour (at least not yet) and the design can’t consist of too many loose elements (that would make sticking almost impossible).
Our static window films are slightly different than usual. This is not only due to the unique design, but we also distinguish ourselves with the quality of the foil.
We’ve listed it for you;
Uniquewinkel foils adhere by means of static electricity, no glue layer, so no residues when removing or the hassle that the window film immediately sticks to everything. Easy to stick, the static quality allows you to keep sliding until you are completely satisfied.
This is due to the water you use during application. The foil is easy to remove without leftovers and even reusable.
Since the foil has no thermal effect, unique foil is suitable for any type of window > read all about that in our other blog.
You can even use the foils outside (yes, the outside of the window).
They can also be used in the bathroom, toilet or other wet rooms (perfect privacy solution!)
And last but not least:
We make each window film exactly to the dimensions you need. And we adjust the design accordingly. So the design is and always remains in proportion!