All Window Film reduced by 40% Now - No need to insert a code!  

Buy Pre-Cut for each pane or by the Half Linear Metre. NO OTHER COMPANY will offer up to 7 different roll widths or a Pre-Cut service at the same price for the same very high quality film NOW WITH 40% Off ALL FILMS SALES! - Pre- Cut orders are supplied slightly oversized ready for trimming purposes. 

Free Window Film Fitting Squeegee only for orders over £40 valued at £1.50 Not available on the high street! (as seen on our 3 minute fitting video as free but only free if over £40) If you are purchasing more than 4 pieces of film you may wish to purchase our Blue Max Fitting Squeegee - This will save at least 1 hour in fitting time for 4 pieces!  

Yellow Coloured Tint Window Glass Film

In stock

Price per Square Metre:

Regular Price: £35.54

NOW £21.33 (inc VAT)

See how easy it is to fit on our video above, only 3 mins & 14 seconds long. The video will show you the complete fitting technique which is the same for all films!

This stylish modern yellow coloured glass effect window covering is designed for converting clear smooth glass on the internal face of glazing or partitions, or wherever a splash of colour is required. A smart decorative state of the art coloured glass tinting finish. Ideal for DIY where glass is required to look like coloured glass, not glass coated with a sticky backed plastic.

Half Linear Metre


All film is supplied with a free fitting squeegee, practice piece of film and fitting instructions.

A modern day fablon or sticky backed plastic, but with a higher grade finish. This yellow coloured tinting glass coating treatment is used by professional window film  tinters and is specified by Architects and Designers.

All orders are pre-cut from a master roll which ensures high quality inspection of the film surface. Pre-cut orders cannot be returned or cancelled once the order has been cut. Should your glass be self-cleaning, argon gas filled or laminated or you don't know please complete our customer contact form for further advice