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Protection levels

The amount of heat protection that you'll receive from the film. Based on the Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER)

  • 5 star = 80% to 100%
  • 4 star = 60% to 80%
  • 3 star = 40% to 60%
  • 2 star = 20% to 40%
  • 1 star = 0% to 20%

These figures are guidelines. They are based on tests carried out on 4mm thick single glazed units.


The amount of dazzling glare that the tint reduces.

  • 5 star = 80% to 100%
  • 4 star = 60% to 80%
  • 3 star = 40% to 60%
  • 2 star = 20% to 40%
  • 1 star = 0% to 20%

These figures are guidelines. Results may differ, depending on the installation.

  • 5 star = 99% to 100%
  • 4 star = 95% to 99%
  • 3 star = 65% to 95%
  • 2 star = 35% to 65%
  • 1 star = 0% to %35

The amount of dazzling glare that the tint reduces.

  • 5 star = 75% to 100%
  • 4 star = 55% to 75%
  • 3 star = 45% to 55%
  • 2 star = 25% to 45%
  • 1 star = 0% to 25%

These figures are guidelines. There's too many factors that go into fading. Results may differ, depending on the conditions.

  • 5 star = Highest protection such as higher level protection if there's the risk of explosions
  • 4 star = Excellent protection such as to make the glass more secure against breaking and explosions
  • 3 star = Good protection such as to make the glass safe
  • 2 star = Minimal protection - all window films offer a very slight protection
  • 1 star = No protection

The amount of light that the film allows through.

  • 5 star = 80% to 100%
  • 4 star = 50% to 80%
  • 3 star = 20% to 50%
  • 2 star = 5% to 20%
  • 1 star = 0% to 5%
  • 5 star = Total privacy - doesn't change day or night
  • 4 star = Excellent privacy - provides daytime privacy
  • 3 star = Good Privacy - The film provides partial privacy by reducing vision
  • 2 star = Minimal privacy - the film has a medium tint or colour
  • 1 star = Poor privacy - the film may have a slight tint which darkens the glass
  • 0 star = No privacy - completely transparent or a minimal tint
Films suitable for

Shows the type of glass that the film is suitable for. If the film is not suitable then this does not mean you can't install it!


Most wraps are conformable which means they can be heated and then stretched around complex curves and shapes. None conformable means they are only suitable for flat surfaces. It may still be possible to wrap complex curves but a different technique may be required. Check with us before purchasing if you are unsure.

Vehicle wraps

Speciality Protective Window film

Buy protective window film to solve your glazing problems.Why buy protective window film from EvowrapSo you’ve done your research. You’ve decided that DIY protective window film is going to be the right choice. Finally, you’ve decided to save some money and install the film yourself. Now, your question is…why buy protective window film from EvowrapI’d like to say that you’d choose us due to our vast experience in the protective glass film industry. Or maybe because we are a friendly, family-run business. Perhaps it’s because of our fantastic free delivery and returns policy. Or that our protective films are of the highest quality (most of our films come with ten years or more warranty). For 90% of customers, price is the most important thing. That’s not to say that the other benefits of choosing Evowrap are not significant. Luckily, we tick all the boxes.   I’m happy to say that our prices are incredibly competitive. We may not compete with companies selling budget tint.  Nor would we want to.  These cheap films fade quickly and come with little, to no warranty. Our window films are premium quality tints that come with extensive warranties.  We offer free UK delivery on all orders over £50. We provide fast delivery to the UK and Europe at excellent prices. For your peace of mind, we offer 60 days returns with every purchase.Free deliveryLow-cost next day and European delivery60-day returnsHighest quality productsExtensive warrantyWe have years of experienceFriendly staffFreephone customer supportWhy not let Evowrap install your protective film for youMany people like to have a go at installing protective glass film themselves to save money. However, if you’d prefer to remove the hassle, we can fit your protective film for you.  We install speciality window film across the UK.  We have decades of experience. We work out how much film you require. You’ll benefit from an extended warranty for total peace of mind.Our highly-trained window film installers cover the whole of the UK.  No job is too small. We offer nationwide residential and commercial installation.What tools do you need to install your protective glass filmWhen you place an order, we will provide you with your own dedicated installation guide area.  Here you can download instructions and watch videos on how to install the film.  We have stopped including paper versions to help reduce our carbon footprint.  The essential tools that you’ll need are:Sharp knife – this is usually a scalpel type knife or a 9mm retractable knife with a snap-off blade.  Snap-off blades help to keep the edge nice and sharp.Spray bottle with a slip solution inside – this can be a manual or trigger sprayer.  Fill it with cold water and a couple of drops of Johnsons Baby Shampoo or a Fairy washing up liquid (other good quality liquids may be suitable, but you would need to test them first).Glass scraper or scrubby pad – this removes ingrained dirt, grease etc. to make sure the glass is perfectly clean.Squeegee – you’ll need a squeegee to help clean the glass – this can be any type of squeegee.  However, for installing the protective film, you’ll need a dedicated squeegee that has a harder rubber edge to help get the window film flat on the glass and remove all of the water.Other tools could be – if the windows are high up, then access equipment might be needed.  For some windows, another pair of hands may be necessary.    A second installer can be essential for large windows.  If it’s challenging to get to the window, then a specialist squeegee may be required.We have a full range of window tinting tools which include most of the tools you will require a well as handy installation kits.

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