Two Way Mirror Film For Windows [Easy Installation Instructions]

Today, I'm going to show you how to create a two-way mirror using film It is a common misconception that you need to replace your entire window to create a two-way mirror

I'm here to eliminate that statement and show you how it's done For buildings that are already built, the film is a lifesaver If you're doing a new construction, getting the glass to a mirror for the initial build can lead to a better overall aesthetic By the way, I'm Hannah with Two Way Mirrors So let's get started

Alternatively, you can purchase a two-way mirror cut to size And choose a mirror mastic or rubber cement glue around the edges Silicone can be used, but that takes forever to set Step one, gather your materials For this tutorial, you will need: clear glass, any thickness will work, two-way mirror film, an application kit, ammonia free glass cleaner, scissors, microfiber cloth

Step two, clean the glass surface Use your glass cleaner to spray the glass surface, then wipe it down with a microfiber towel This ensures that there will not be any debris between the glass and the film Now that the glass is squeaky clean, we can move to step three Step three, cut the film to size

Measure the glass, and cut the film to be slightly larger than the glass This will allow you to trim off the excess material as you install it Step four, spray the application kit solution onto the glass Spray a generous amount on the application kit spray onto the glass Peel back the protective layer of the film

I recommend gloves for a fingerprint-free application Lay the film down onto the glass Use the squeegee to press out the liquid that is between the glass and the film Step five, trim the excess film Use the included blade to trim the excess film

And there you have it, a piece of clear glass that is now a two-way mirror If you like this video and find it super helpful, be sure to hit that like and subscribe button Now, I'm going to take you through some common questions that my clients ask that you should probably consider Can you apply the film to acrylic? The answer is no You can always try, but I will peel away almost instantly

It has to be applied to flat clear glass to work properly That being said, if you are ready to start your DIY two-way mirror project, click the link and the description below to purchase the exact size of two-way mirror film that you will need I'm super excited to help you out with your next project On our website, twowaymirrorscom, you can choose which type of glass you would like to use What you'll need to do is gather the measurements that you will need, and we have a price calculator and order form waiting for you whenever you're ready

We want to help you create really cool designs and projects, so don't hesitate when it comes to contacting us or asking any questions If you have any questions, give me a call, send me an email, or even post them down in the comments below, and subscribe for more great tips coming your way I'm Hannah with Two Way Mirrors, and I'll see you in our next video

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