Does Squid cause HR++(+) glass to break due to thermal stress?
Thermal glass break is a direct consequence of tensions caused by a temperature difference between two adjoining areas in the same sheet of glass. The issue of thermal...
Can I use Squid on glass doors?
Yes! Clean the glass thoroughly and position the Squid as instructed to create an attractive glass door with fewer finger marks. Your door is more visible with Squid...
Can I use Squid in humid areas such as bathrooms?
Yes, Squid has been developed to also function optimally in humid rooms. This means that Squid stays stuck in rooms with a high level of humidity, such as bathrooms...
Can I use Squid on the outside of my window or door?
No, Squid has been developed for interior use only.
Can I use Squid on skylights, conservatories and cupolas?
Yes, but not on all shapes. Squid is a stiff fabric that cannot be reshaped on double-curved surfaces, so you cannot use Squid on convex cupolas for example. But...
Can I use Squid on a sliding window?
Yes. Squid sticks directly to the glass so it can slide behind the fixed part of the window perfectly.
Can I use Squid in combination with other window decorations?
Absolutely. You can combine Squid with any other type of window decoration in rooms where you want extra privacy in the evenings.
Can I darken my room with Squid?
Partially. Squid wasn't developed specifically to darken rooms, but the fabric blocks some light from coming in. The darkest colour (Rock) is the most suitable for...
Is Squid suitable for public and commercial buildings?
Absolutely. Squid has an M1, B1 certificate so it can be used in the contractor market. Request the technical information sheet via our contact form.
Is Squid suitable for south-facing windows?
Absolutely. Squid has been tested against strong UV rays and this does not change the glue's colour or weaken its strength. Because the fabric is stuck straight...