How to Cover a Glass Door for Privacy

• Dry-fit the window film to the glass and cut it to size. Wet the glass you plan to cover with 4 to 5 sprays of water. Mount the film vertically or horizontally onto the glass-whichever direction makes the most efficient use of the film. The water will hold the film in place. Trim it about 1 inch (2.5 cm) larger than the glass size using an utility knife.

• Measure each door before purchasing your window film. Most films are either 36 or 48 inches (91 or 122 cm) wide-select the most suitable size. Wet the glass you plan to cover with 4 to 5 sprays of water. Mount the film vertically or horizontally onto the glass-whichever direction makes the most efficient use of the film. The water will hold the film in place. Trim it about 1 inch (2.5 cm) larger than the glass size using an utility knife.

• Stick the film to a nearby window with water. Apply another 4 to 5 sprays of water to a nearby window. Stick the film to the window and gently pat it down with your hands. Make sure that the release liner is facing you.

• Rub the 2 sides of the window film together to determine the adhesive side. Be careful not to crease the film. One side is slippery when rubbed against itself. The other grabs and does not slip easily. The slippery side is the release liner.

• If you have a friend with you, have them hold up the film instead. Apply another 4 to 5 sprays of water to a nearby window. Stick the film to the window and gently pat it down with your hands. Make sure that the release liner is facing you.

• Fill a spray bottle with water and baby shampoo. Pour water into a gallon (0.95 L) spray bottle until it's ¾ of the way full. Add 1 teaspoon (4.9 mL) of baby shampoo. Plain water makes the film stick too quickly, while too much soap prevents it from sticking at all.

• After screwing the top back on, gently turn the bottle upside down and back repeatedly to mix the soap. Pour water into agallon (0.95 L) spray bottle until it's ¾ of the way full. Add 1 teaspoon (4.9 mL) of baby shampoo. Plain water makes the film stick too quickly, while too much soap prevents it from sticking at all.

• Clean the glass using a window scraper and squeegee. Wet the entire glass surface with your cleaning solution and wipe it down with a sponge. Afterward, press the squeegee firmly against the glass and drag it horizontally across the surface beginning at the top and working your way toward the bottom. At the end of each squeegee pass, wipe the blade with a lint-free towel or microfiber towel.

• Carefully wipe the window frame with a clean cloth after you are done squeegeeing. Wet the entire glass surface with your cleaning solution and wipe it down with a sponge. Afterward, press the squeegee firmly against the glass and drag it horizontally across the surface beginning at the top and working your way toward the bottom. At the end of each squeegee pass, wipe the blade with a lint-free towel or microfiber towel.

• Place a piece of tape on each side of the film's top-left corner. Wet the piece of tape closest to the window. Press it down until it sticks firmly to the window. Be sure that the second piece of tape closest to you is free and grip it with your right hand. Wet the piece of tape closest to the window. Press it down until it sticks firmly to the window. Be sure that the second piece of tape closest to you is free and grip it with your right hand.

• Pull the liner off the film gently while spraying it with water. Hold a spray bottle filled with water in your left hand. Begin pulling the second piece of tape downward to remove the liner from the film. Do this slowly to ensure that you do not ruin the pieces of film as you separate them. Spray the film as you remove the liner.

• Continue pulling off the release liner and spray the film as you go.

• Be sure that the tape stuck to the window is secure before you begin pulling the second piece of tape. Hold a spray bottle filled with water in your left hand. Begin pulling the second piece of tape downward to remove the liner from the film. Do this slowly to ensure that you do not ruin the pieces of film as you separate them. Spray the film as you remove the liner.

• Spray the film thoroughly with the soap solution once the liner is removed. After the release liner is removed, spray the entire surface of the film again with your soap solution. Afterward, spray the center of the clean glass you are covering. Do not spray the edges-this will wash out leftover dirt from the crevices. After the release liner is removed, spray the entire surface of the film again with your soap solution. Afterward, spray the center of the clean glass you are covering. Do not spray the edges-this will wash out leftover dirt from the crevices.

• Apply the film to the glass over the soap solution. Carefully place the film over the glass and let the water hold it in place. Start by attaching it at the top 2 corners of the glass door and work your way downward. Carefully place the film over the glass and let the water hold it in place. Start by attaching it at the top 2 corners of the glass door and work your way downward.

• Squeegee the water out to the edges of the glass. Start from the center and work outward. Push the squeegee across the glass door instead of pulling. This will drive more water out and ensure a better bond.

• Do not go all the way to the edge-leave about 1 inch (2.5 cm) from the edge. Start from the center and work outward. Push the squeegee across the glass door instead of pulling. This will drive more water out and ensure a better bond.

• Trim the film using a breakaway knife and a 5-way tool. Carefully slide the 5-way tool up into the corner of the glass, pressing the film down up to the frame. Afterward, lay the knife against the 5-way tool on the glass side of the tool. Slide the blade down until the blade is at the halfway point of the 5-way tool. Slide both tools together down the frame of the window to trim the film at the edge of the frame.

• Press down against the frame as you cut the film.

• Repeat this process for each side of your window. Carefully slide the 5-way tool up into the corner of the glass, pressing the film down up to the frame. Afterward, lay the knife against the 5-way tool on the glass side of the tool. Slide the blade down until the blade is at the halfway point of the 5-way tool. Slide both tools together down the frame of the window to trim the film at the edge of the frame.

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