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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...
Can I use Squid to keep heat from the sun out in the summer?
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 cold in the winter?
Due to its open structure, Squid cannot seal your window. So if your window lets some cold air in during the winter, Squid cannot prevent this. But Squid helps to...
Is Squid suitable for north and west facing windows?
Absolutely. Squid has been tested against strong UV rays and this does not change the glue’s colour or weaken its strength. Because the fabric is stuck straight...
Can Squid be installed on sliding windows?
Yes. Squid sticks directly to the glass so it can slide behind the fixed part of the window perfectly.
Can Squid be installed on the outside of my windows or doors?
No, Squid has been developed for interior use only.
Can Squid be installed 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 high level of humidity, such as bathrooms...
Can Squid be installed on glass doors?
Yes! Your door is more visible with Squid too, so accidents can be avoided!
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...
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:...