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im needing some film that is extremely reflective. I mean looks as close to a mirror or chrome as I can get it. doesnt matter if its automotive or residential/commercial. im needing to put it on some interior office windows to make a two way mirror effect. or if you have a better solution, please let me know. im not into flat glass, I lean more to the auto. thanks in advance

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im needing some film that is extremely reflective. I mean looks as close to a mirror or chrome as I can get it. doesnt matter if its automotive or residential/commercial. im needing to put it on some interior office windows to make a two way mirror effect. or if you have a better solution, please let me know. im not into flat glass, I lean more to the auto. thanks in advance

Been there, done that!! It does matter which film you use. Inside installs, where the lighting situation is equal, it's tough to get a "true" 1 way effect. :dunno

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I know, ive told them this, but the guy is a millionare arsehole who knows everything. I honestly cant believe he would hire someone to do it for him since he is such a genious at everything. so im gonna do it just to show him and then give him a big fat hardy bill. then maybe he will shut up.

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you can try a slate 10 or 20 panorama film....and tell hime to put some spot lights on the outside..up lighting his windows.....with the slate you will not get as much interior reflectivity..I think it is 15 or 17%......or do a silver 20 and some auto non reflective over it.....

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we do quite a bit of this for a 1-way effect, the best way we have found to do this is to apply a silver 20 on the pane side you want the 1 way effect and then on the other side of the pane put a smoke 20 or 5 as this reduces the amount of light on the inside thus making the light lux leval less on this side giving you the effect you are looking for........

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we do quite a bit of this for a 1-way effect, the best way we have found to do this is to apply a silver 20 on the pane side you want the 1 way effect and then on the other side of the pane put a smoke 20 or 5 as this reduces the amount of light on the inside thus making the light lux leval less on this side giving you the effect you are looking for........

That's what I've done, it seemed to work out fine... :dunno

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