Be interested to see what happens in the late afternoon/evening when the lights are on inside.
....we had a side lamp on late in the afternoon and you still couldn't see the light from outside.
Looks like you've done an excellent job there.
I'm rather tempted to do this as well, I live in a ground floor flat and I hate that everybody that passes looks in, so I tend to have blinds down all the time. Can I ask, does it darken the room a lot? What does the outside view now look like from the inside? Any chance you could take a couple of photos like that? Also, do you still need to draw the curtains at night to stop others looking in? Many thanks. Cris.
It doesn't darken the room at all - its like looking through a pair of light sunglasses when looking out from inside (there's no film on the uppermost windows) :
I's be interested to see how it looks after dark too. AFAIK it works by reflecting a high proportion of light. So whenever I've seen it installed on commercial premises, it works in reverse after dark, when the light is on the inside. ie you then can't see out but those outside can see in.
...we always draw the curtains when it gets dark anyway - I primarily installed these to stop people looking in during the day whilst I work at my desk in the living room.