If you are preparing to install see-through window graphics as temperatures drop, have you considered whether you are using a perforated window film that can cope with low application temperatures?
All self-adhesive vinyl including perforated window films have a minimum application temperature and low temperatures can make installation difficult, if not impossible. If temperatures are below the minimum application temperature the adhesive can become hard, resulting in the material failing to bond effectively to the glass.
Extensive testing has shown that Contra Vision® perforated window films can be applied reliably at 4°C/39°F. This is considerably lower than most other perforated window films, which typically have minimum application temperatures of 10°C/50°F.
Some customers have reported success at even lower temperatures, down to below freezing point in good, dry conditions on static (non-vehicular) applications.
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