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Coolkote Window Film


Coolkote Polytint keeps your conservatory cool. Most of the heat comes through the conservatory roof. Coolkote reflects this heat before it enters the conservatory. It’s one of a very few films that are suitable for polycarbonate as well as glass. Window film can be a better choice than blinds. With blinds, the heat already enters the conservatory and warms up the gap between the blind and the roof. It then radiates that heat back into the conservatory. Blinds also attract dust and dead bugs. Coolkote window film is maintenance-free and requires no special cleaning. By reflecting the glare from your conservatory it allows you to sit in comfort. Whether you want to read a book, watch TV or work on your laptop or tablet it helps to keep the glare off the screen. Coolkote stops 99% of harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays, protecting your family’s skin. You have probably already noticed that the interior of your conservatory fades very quickly when the sun comes out. Within weeks it can bleach the colour from carpets, wooden flooring, curtains and other furnishings. The film reduces this fading significantly. It’s self-adhesive so there is no risk of making a mess. When installing to a conservatory roof it is a two-person installation.

  • Suitable for a glass and polycarbonate conservatory roof
  • Stops up to 74% of the sun’s heat
  • Stops up to 68% of the sun’s glare
  • Stops up to 99% of harmful UV rays
  • Slows down fading caused by the sun
  • Self-adhesive

Don’t forget to check the suitability before purchasing. Some films cannot be installed onto certain types of glazing.

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3 reviews for Coolkote Window Film

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  1. Fantastic product,fantastic service,highly recommended.Works as stated highly delighted

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  2. Excellent service with fast delivery. The film supplied has done a great job on our windows and was easy to apply.

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  3. Works great, looks great…just with Id have tinted my polycarbonate roof with Coolkote sooner

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Does this film darken the room considerably? I want to reduce heat coming through a polycarbonate roof without losing too much light. Tilly Pink asked on 6 June 2024

Most people find that it’s nowhere near as dark as they expect. It will reduce the light to a degree as it’s designed to reduce glare as well as solar heat and UV rays. If you would like to email us with your address and the film your interested in we can send you an A5 sample in the post.

Paul Foster answered on 8 June 2024 store manager
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Is this product installed internally or externally? Chris asked on 7 July 2022

Hi Chris, Coolkote is installed internally.

Paul Foster answered on 8 July 2022 store manager
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what colour is the film. White? Manohar Ratnam asked on 26 July 2021

Its classed as a diffused grey. It has a blueish finish. It looks quite similar to the existing polycarbonate when installed. Its just a bit darker.

Paul Foster answered on 26 July 2021 store manager
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How do you attach this? I've used films before and they usually peel off in bright sunlight Alison Hill asked on 28 April 2021

This is self-adhesive with a clear backing liner. It's installed using a slip solution (soapy water) which stops the film from sticking. This gives you time to get the window film in place and then you squeegee the water out. We provide instructions. It won't peel in sunlight if it's installed correctly. It may be a static cling film that you've had a problem with in the past. This is self-adhesive.

Paul Foster answered on 28 April 2021 store manager
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