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Frequently asked questions
Do you still doubt which colour is best for your application?
Below you will find some elements that can simplify your choice. 1) If you are looking for a lot of privacy, choose a colour that is as light as possible. With a...
Does Squid protect my privacy in the evening?
Partially. The effect of Squid can be likened to the effect of frosted glass or a net curtain. During the day it prevents people from seeing in, but this effect...
Does Squid cause HR++(+) glass to break due to thermal stress?
Thermal glass break is a direct consequence of tensions caused by a temperature difference between two adjoining areas in the same sheet of glass. The issue of thermal...
I have installed Squid myself and still have some material left over. What can I do with it?
We produce Squid in rolls that are 130cm wide, so sometimes you have offcuts left over after installation. If you want to be creative, you can use these leftovers...
Can I stick Squid leftovers to other surfaces?
Yes, you can! Squid has not been developed to decorate furniture or walls, but you can easily try this without worrying if you wish. You must however always first...
Can I use Squid to keep heat from the sun out?
Yes. Squid reflects a large proportion of heat from the sun before it enters the room. Depending on the colour, 25% to 36% of the sun's energy is reflected. > Chalk:...
Will Squid insulate my window against the heat or cold?
The insulating property of Squid is negligible in both summer and winter. Squid does reflect some of the sun's heat, however. Read more about the reflective properties...
What is the difference between traditional window foil and Squid?
Traditional plastic foil lets some light through, but isn't see-through. So you can't look through it to see outside like you can with Squid. Plastic foil also has...
Can I use Squid on glass doors?
Yes! Clean the glass thoroughly and position the Squid as instructed to create an attractive glass door with fewer finger marks. Your door is more visible with Squid...
Can I use Squid in humid areas such as bathrooms?
Yes, Squid has been developed to also function optimally in humid rooms. This means that Squid stays stuck in rooms with a high level of humidity, such as bathrooms...
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