Jump to content

Recommended Posts

Anyone use JWF NS-25 frequently for commercial applications? Its described as having a "Reverse hybrid construction -- aluminum metallized layer with a charcoal dyed film (dual reflective)". Will this stuff fade or turn purple over time? Seems like it would since it is also a non sputtered film. If it will, how long do you think it would take to turn facing south (ohio)? Looking for some serious insight on this guys. Climber?

Link to comment
Guest haroldshouseoftint

I haven't used the Night Scape, but I have used all of their other flat glass films, they held up OK here in AZ

I do have some MG05 on my house, and I am quite suprised with that, it still has its original color (I compared it to a piece I saved off the roll that was in a closet, no sun exp) :spit

Link to comment
Guest vclimber

If the UV absorbers are in the adhesive layer only and it has dyed layer then it is only a matter of time before it goes.

My guess would be yes based on what I have seen happen to J around here... maybe they fixed it though? :beer

Link to comment

I've installed a little bit of it, and it's super cool looking film, but it was only about a year or so ago, not enough time for long-term results.

I did have a glass breakage claim on a dual pane window, so be carefull, but Johnson has been easy to work with and the film installs very nicely. I like Johnson's Dry Adhesive. :thumb

Link to comment

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

×
×
  • Create New...