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Squid window fabric - Sun-resistant, transparent and self-adhesive - Colour: Samples book with six colours

The samples book contains all six Squid colours: Chalk, Bone, Ash, Oak, Rock and Coal. Ideal when you want to try Squid out first before deciding to buy.

Discover which colour best matches your interior. See with your own eyes how transparent it is and how much privacy it offers you. Use the code in the book to receive a full discount for the price of the samples book when you buy online.

Squid window fabric is a self-adhesive solution that can be used as an alternative for etched window foils. The self-adhesive fabric works like a blackout curtain on your window panes, ensuring that less light can shine through. Squid is easy to install on glass windows or doors, doesn't leave glue residue and is easy to maintain.

Perhaps you want to see what Squid looks like in your home, and test the fabric out for yourself, first. You can! You can then use the code in the book to receive a full discount for the price of the samples book when you buy online.
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The samples book contains all six Squid colours: Chalk, Bone, Ash, Oak, Rock and Coal. Ideal when you want to try Squid out first before deciding to buy.

Discover which colour best matches your interior. See with your own eyes how transparent it is and how much privacy it offers you. Use the code in the book to receive a full discount for the price of the samples book when you buy online.

Frequently asked questions

Do you still doubt which colour is best for your application?

Below you will find some elements that can simplify your choice. 1) If you are looking for a lot of privacy, choose a colour that is as light as possible. With a... read more

Does Squid protect my privacy in the evening?

Partially. The effect of Squid can be likened to the effect of frosted glass or a net curtain. During the day it prevents people from seeing in, but this effect... read more

Can I use Squid to keep heat from the sun out?

Yes. Squid reflects a large proportion of heat from the sun before it enters the room. Depending on the colour, 25% to 36% of the sun's energy is reflected. > Chalk:... read more

How can I clean my Squid?

You can remove dust from Squid with a microfibre cloth or vacuum with a brush. Washing or cleaning with chemicals impairs its stickiness, so this must be avoided... read more