Can anyone advise me on window tinting? I need to block light from my house in the evening. Is there a way to tint without affect the light when looking out from inside?
One way glass, including mirrored films, will make it virtually impossible to see from a lighted space into a darkened space.
In the daytime when its light outside, you can easily see out of your home, but people outside can't see in, but at night when you have light inside your home and it's dark outside, you can't see out, but everyone passing by can see in.
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1. Window film the privacy effect will be different as the light and angle changes.
2. Single plane fluoroscopy: One-way perspective refers to the strong light intensity side can't see the dark side of the light, which means when indoor light is stronger than outdoor, people outside can see people inside. In general, people outside can't see people inside during daytime.
3. Different effect between daytime and night: The outside glass will show a mirror effect as well as keep your privacy during daytime, when evening indoor light is stronger, then the glass outside will lose mirror effect as well as outside people can see inside.
4. Mirror effect: The mirror effect we said means it has a slightly reflective effect, not totally like a mirror.