These items are available in limited quantities. We originally offered adhesive films on another website to avoid confusion between adhesive and static cling film. We currently still offer a few adhesive selections on this page.
STOP! The screen is closed. Avoid accidentally walking into closed screen doors. With screen magnets in place, it visually lets you, your guests a...View full details
STOP! The screen is closed. Avoid accidentally walking into closed screen doors. With screen magnets in place, it visually lets you, your guests an...View full details
Scroll Flower textured privacy film for windows and glass doors. The film itself creates privacy with the embossed texture and the swirled flower d...View full details
Little Red Lighthouse Screen Door Saver STOP! The screen is closed. Avoid accidentally walking into closed screen doors. With screen magnets in pl...View full details
4" X 6" Oval Reindeer Trouble Static cling decal! No messy residue from harsh adhesives! Easily removable and respositionable. Clings to any smoo...View full details
With an intriguing ombre pattern, this self adhesive window film is a stylish solution for bringing privacy to your space. Self Adhesive Window F...View full details
Prism window film can instantly turn any glass surface into a contemporary trompe lftoueil. The pleasing pattern refracts light, allowing you to en...View full details
Etched Glass Leopard Decal works great on sliding glass doors, windows, shower doors, glass tables, cabinet doors and mirrors. Static cling decal...View full details
One-way film allows you to see out, but they can't see in. With a beautiful mirrored design, this static cling window film will help bring both pr...View full details
Some items below are adhesive-backed, some are static cling. All are clearly marked.
If you are needing an inexpensive covering or film for smaller width windows or doors, this is the way to go.
Adhesive and static cling films are installed the same, by wetting the glass with a soap and water solution, then installing the film. The adhesive films are still removable, and although they are considerably harder to pull off the glass, they will still come off in one piece. If the film has been on the glass for many years, there may be some residue on the glass after it is peeled off.
When installing adhesive films, it is very important not to let the film stick to itself before applying. Other than that, you will be quite pleased with the ease of installing.