The surface of the glass protective film is coated with a layer of water-soluble adhesive, and the surface is covered with a layer of transparent protective film. During construction, spray water on the glass to be filmed, and then tear off the transparent protective film; also spray on the side coated with the water-soluble adhesive Appropriate amount of water can be used to paste the architectural film on the glass; then use a plastic scraper to scrape the outer surface of the architectural film to remove air bubbles and excess moisture inside the contact surface between the film and the glass. After drying, the glass is protected The film will firmly adhere to the glass.
The glass protective film is generally attached to the inside of the glass. Before the film is attached, the glass must be completely clean, and the parts to be attached should be washed repeatedly. If any fine dust remains on the glass, it will affect the adhesion of the glass protective film and the perspective rate after the film is attached, because the film and the glass surface are kept under vacuum to be firmly attached.
Before cutting the glass protective film, choose and remember whether it is horizontal or vertical. Since the shrinkage effect of horizontal cutting is not as good as vertical cutting, vertical cutting is usually selected, and the opening size is generally 5CM more than the original glass.