Building A New House
Re: Tinting: Zero visibility from the outside at night21
Oct 08, 2015 8:20 am
What about those one way stickers you see on back windscreens of cars? Driver can see out but cars behind can't see in
Our semi acreage 'Forever House' Custom Build in Brisbane: viewtopic.php?f=31&t=73412
Re: Tinting: Zero visibility from the outside at night22
Nov 12, 2015 12:10 pm
I thought companies who did tinting and the like made some sort of translucent film nowadays for situations like this?
I'll be needing a similar solution when my house is done as my doors are clear as well.
Bit of googling:
http://www.avtechwindowtinting.com.au/w ... /index.php
http://www.dmstinting.com.au/window-pri ... Y__MUbJI2I
http://www.tintingdirect.com.au/frosted ... films.html
Looks like there are plenty of options, plain for decorative
http://www.tintingdirect.com.au/window- ... nting.html - this is from your 3rd link and it very useful info - thanks so much Jdvee
I have also used TintingDirect - they supply all the major film brands, have online job costing (they even give you the sales commission as a discount when you measure your own windows) and provide a great film installation service. From ordering the film online to film installation took less than a week - very happy.
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iknowitsseriousCeramic window tinting??Ceramic window tinting??
Has anyone heard of this? Apparently it's not as dark as regular tinting and this website claims it's great. https://totaltintsolutions.com.au/produ ... ndow-film/