Projection Film Application Kits – Install Like a Pro
Projection film application kits give you the ability to install your rear projection film with the same tools used as professional installers. The correct application fluid and application squeegee make all the difference when applying rear projection films.
We offer two different projection film application kits:
Standard Kit: This kit come with a professional grade application squeegee and application fluid
Pro Kit: This kit comes with everything you would need for a rear projection film or anti glare film application, application fluid, squeegee, razor knife for trimming and a low lint cloth
Purchasing either projection film application kit is very much advised if you are purchasing a sample pack to test with or anyone of our rear projection films. White, Grey, Black, Clear, and Anti Glare Film all use the same type of built in hi tac adhesives and do require application fluid, not water, for installations.
The installation squeegee is just as important if not more important for a high quality film installation as application fluid is. Incorrect squeegees can not only scratch and damage a rear projection film during installation, but also inferior squeegees don’t allow you to apply the amount of even pressure needed to remove all of the application fluid from under the film during your installation of your film.
Application instructions can be found here for the DIY installation of your rear projection film or anti glare film.
Projectionfilm.us has supplied thousands of feet of film all over the world and hundreds and hundreds of projection film application kits. We are always just a call or email away if you have questions before or during your purchase and even at the moment of installation.
Good Rule to Follow in your Projection Film Application
Application Fluid is your friend! A common mistake is not using enough application fluid during installation. This results in streaks in your film due to adhesive not being fully used and, more importantly, limits the amount of time you have to position your film.