|Place of Origin||Guangdong, China|
|Model Number||One-Way Perforated Black Vinyl Privacy Film|
|Glue Type||Solvent, Eco-Solvent, UV, Latex|
One-way vision, or window vinyls film, is a material used for advertising and decoration on windows. It allows graphics to be displayed on the outside while maintaining visibility from the inside.
Premium Quality Material: Crafted from top-grade perforated vinyl, ensuring durability and long-lasting performance.
Customizable Sizes and Designs: Available in various sizes with the option to customize your graphics and designs for a unique look.
Weather-Resistant and Durable: Built to withstand diverse weather conditions, maintaining its vibrant appearance over time.
Easy Installation: Designed for DIY installation, complete with user-friendly instructions.
Enhanced Privacy: Provides privacy from external viewers while allowing ample natural light indoors.
Versatile Application: Suitable for windows and glass surfaces in retail, office, and residential settings.
UV Protection: Guards against harmful UV rays, protecting your space and assets.
Removable and Repositionable: Features removable and repositionable adhesive for hassle-free adjustments.
Secure Packaging: Safely packaged to ensure product integrity upon delivery.
Manufacturer’s Warranty: Backed by a manufacturer’s warranty for your peace of mind.
Vehicle Wraps: It’s common for adding eye-catching graphics to vehicle windows, providing exterior advertising while allowing those inside to see out.
Retail Window Displays: Retailers use it to create attention-grabbing window advertisements, promoting products and store branding while maintaining interior visibility.
Office and Building Windows: Businesses use it to display logos, services, or promotions on exterior windows without obstructing the view from inside.
Public Transportation: Buses and trains utilize it for mobile advertising, conveying messages to commuters and pedestrians.
Privacy and Sun Control: It offers privacy for homes and offices by allowing people inside to see out while obstructing the view from outside.