Glare Control Window Film

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Reduces Glare

  • Block the Sun
  • Reduce Glare and Summer Heat
  • Bronze or Smoke

Block up to 99% UV Rays

  • Blocks UV rays
  • Reduce Fading

Won’t Block Your View

  • Block the sun without blocking your view

Easy To Install

For best results:

  • Use GILA Application Tools  (sold separately)
  • Follow instructions
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Read Instructions & Gather Tools

Read the instructions

Gather tools:
(Sold in GILA Tool Kit)

  • GILA® Window Film Application Solution
  • Squeegee and squeegee card
  • Utility knife
  • GILA Edging Tool
  • Low-lint cloth

(Household items)

  • Single-edged razor blade
  • Ruler or tape measure
  • Transparent tape
  • Scissors


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Model CS78



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Basic Kit

Model RTK100

Basic Kit
Complete Kit



  • Easy static cling application, instructions included
  • 3’ x 6.5’
  • Safe for dual panes (outside mount)

Glare Control Smoke

  • Model CS78
  • 33% Total Solar Energy Rejection
  • 18% Light Transmission
  • 7% Visible Light Reflection
  • 99% UV Rejection
  • .80 Shading Coefficient
  • .84 Emissivity
  • 1.04 U Value

Glare Control Bronze

  • Model CDB78
  • 41% Total Solar Energy Rejection
  • 34% Light Transmission
  • 10% Visible Light Reflection
  • 95% UV Rejection
  • .69 Shading Coefficient
  • .84 Emissivity
  • 1.04 U Value

Key Terms

  • Total Solar Energy Rejection: Measures the film's ability to keep infared heat, UV rays, and visible light from entering the living area. The higher the number, the more comfortable you should be.
  • Light Transmission: Measures how light or dark the film is. The lower the number, the darker the film. A film with a 49% light transmission provides an excellent balance of glare reduction and visibility.
  • Visible Light Reflectance: Measures the percentage of visible light that is being reflected by the window film. The higher the number, the more shiny the appearance.
  • UV Rejection: Measures how much of the Ultraviolet A and B rays the film blocks when applied to glass. UV rays contribute to premature fading of draperies, furniture, flooring, and other home décor items.
  • Shading Coefficient: Measures the net benefit of a window treatment to reduce heat gain. Utility companies often endorse films with a shading coefficient of .50 or lower.
  • Emissivity: Measures how efficiently a window system reflects heat back towards the source of the heat, whether the sun in the summer or the furnace in winter. The lower the number, the better the insulating quality.
  • U Value: Measures heat transfer through glass due to outdoor/indoor temperature differences. The lower the U-Value, the less heat transfer.


*All data were obtained from typical production materials and are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances. All values given are intended for design use only. Product appearance on glass may vary from photograph. Performance measured in accordance with National Fenestration Rating Council test methods.

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