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Fort Collins, Colorado

The Home Depot
1251 E Magnolia Street
Fort Collins, CO 80524

Open until 10:00 p.m. (8:00 p.m. on sundays)

Orlando, Florida

The Home Depot
5351 Diplomat Circle
Orlando, FL 32810

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Kennesaw, Georgia

The Home Depot
1655 Shiloh Road Nw
Kennesaw, GA 30144

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Austell, Georgia

The Home Depot
1200 E W Connector Sw
Austell, GA 30106

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Marietta, Georgia

The Home Depot
4101 Roswell Rd
Marietta, GA 30062, USA

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Overland Park, Kansas

The Home Depot
9600 Metcalf Ave
Overland Park, KS 66212

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Overland Park, Kansas

The Home Depot
8000 W 135th Street
Overland Park, KS 66223

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Saugus, Massachusetts

The Home Depot
564 Broadway
Saugus, MA 01906

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Bloomington, Minnesota

The Home Depot
400 W 79th St
Bloomington, MN 55420

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Lees Summit, Missouri

The Home Depot
651 Se Oldham Parkway
Lees Summit, MO 64081

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Lincoln, Nebraska

The Home Depot
3300 N 27th Street
Lincoln, NE 68521

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Lincoln, Nebraska

The Home Depot
6800 South 70th Street
Lincoln, NE 68516

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Omaha, Nebraska

The Home Depot
4545 North 72nd Street
Omaha, NE 68134

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Carson City, Nevada

The Home Depot
921 Jacks Valley Road
Carson City, NV 89705

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Salem, New Hampshire

The Home Depot
289 South Broadway
Salem, NH 03079

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Bellport, New York

The Home Depot
20 Farber Drive
Bellport, NY 11713

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Farmingdale, New York

The Home Depot
202 Airport Plaza
Farmingdale, NY 11735

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Staten Island, New York

The Home Depot
2501 Forest Ave
Staten Island, NY 10303

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Home Depot
4640 Roosevelt Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19124

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Home Depot
2539 Castor Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19134

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Conroe, Texas

The Home Depot
1341 W Davis St
Conroe, TX 77304

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Plano, Texas

The Home Depot
4600 State Hwy 121
Plano, TX 75024

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Saint George, Utah

The Home Depot
937 N Westridge Drive
Saint George, UT 84770

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Seattle, Washington

The Home Depot
11616 Airpra Ave/N
Seattle, WA 98133

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Worcester, Massachusetts

The Home Depot
130 Gold Star Blvd
Worcester, MA 01606

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Somerville, Massachusetts

The Home Depot
75 Mystic Ave
Somerville, MA 02145

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Enfield, Connecticut

The Home Depot
136 Elm Street
Enfield, CT 06082

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Mount Prospect, Illinois

The Home Depot
350 East Kensington
Mount Prospect, IL 60056

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Harper Woods, Michigan

The Home Depot
20300 Kelly Rd
Harper Woods, MI 48225

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North Hampton, New Hampshire

The Home Depot
35 Lafayette Rd
North Hampton, NH 03862

Open until 9:00 p.m. (7:00 p.m. on sundays)

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Have a look at our full product range of glass films and self-adhesive decoration films.

Have a look at our full product range of glass films and self-adhesive decoration films.

Discover cool DIY projects with adhesive films for furniture, decoration and windows.

Discover cool DIY projects with adhesive films for furniture, decoration and windows.

Application Guide: d-c-fix® adhesive films for furniture, decoration and windows

Adhesive films offer a wide range of applications: Use our self-adhesive natural stone and wood designs to make furniture and furnishings look like new again. Create stylish accents in every living room with trendy patterns and colors. Decorate, beautify or add privacy to your window & glass surfaces using transparent static or self-adhesive window films. Our special sun protection films or tinted films even serve as heat and glare protection.

Using d-c-fix® adhesive films is quick and easy with the right preparation – we show you our tips & tricks and which film is suitable for which purpose. With the right step-by-step instructions, attachment is simple and bubble-free.

Tool list:
Basic equipment is a squeegee, boxcutter, scissors, spray bottle filled with water/dishwasher detergent mixture and a soft cloth.

Prepare and clean the surface (window)

Surface preparation is very important – no matter what type of adhesive film is used and where it is to be attached. Even the smallest soiling can lead to unattractive dents in the self-adhesive film. The surface must be smooth, free of dust and grease.

Always clean windows thoroughly in advance with commercially available glass cleaner. Stuck-on dirt on the pane, such as fly dirt or paint residues, can be carefully removed with a glass scraper.

Prepare and clean the surface (deco)

Surface preparation is very important – no matter what type of adhesive film is used and where it is to be attached. Even the smallest soiling can lead to unattractive dents in the self-adhesive film. The surface must be smooth, free of dust and grease.

Thoroughly wipe off other (furniture) surfaces with a suitable cleaning product, e.g. all-purpose cleaner or wood cleaner.

If decorative foil is to be applied to untreated wood, the wood should first be treated with an acrylic-based primer.

Apply transparent window vinyl (self-adhesive) in 6 steps

Transparent adhesive films are preferred as privacy protection for windows, but can also make interesting accents, like shower decoration.

1. Clean the glass surface thoroughly as described in section 1.

2. Measure the window and mark the back of the protective paper, deducting 1/8 inch (2-3 mm) on all sides so it will fit inside the window frame. Then trim.

3. Spray the glass surface with plenty of water using a spray bottle.

4. Loosen the back paper at one corner and peel off about 4 inches (10 cm).

5. Position the material with the exposed corner on the glass surface. Then, peel off the rest of protective paper on the reverse side while pressing on the adhesive film with a squeegee.

6. Push the squeegee from the middle to the outside, spreading the moisture.

Tip: To avoid air bubbles, always work from the center outwards to the window frame when attaching the adhesive foils.

Apply deco adhesive foil in 5 steps

Decorative vinyl films offer versatile possibilities for the furniture and furnishings refurbishment. The self-adhesive films are available in numerous designs and different surface structures, like wood, stone, or velour.

1. Thoroughly clean the surface to be covered.

2. Then measure the surface and cut the foil to size.

3. Loosen the back paper at one corner and peel off approx.  4 inch (10 cm).

4. Position the foil with the exposed corner at one edge. Then peel off the protective paper on the reverse side piece by piece and press the adhesive film on simultaneously with the squeegee.

5. Smooth out any air bubbles from the center towards the edges.

Tip: If you find an air bubble, you can try to lift and re-apply, but sometimes the best choice is a small nick in the film (with a needle) to release the trapped air.

Static adhesive glass films: processing in 6 steps

In contrast to conventional films, static films don’t use any adhesive. Our d-c-fix® static films can be removed and reused several times without leaving any residue. In most cases, statically-adhering glass foils are made of thicker material (as with d-c-fix® static premium, d-c-fix® static window stripes), which allows deep embossing and creates an elegant appearance. Thicker material also makes for easier handling.

Please note: A transparent backing paper protects the static premium and static window stripes films. You’ll need to remove it, or the film will not stick!

1. Clean the glass surface thoroughly (section 1).

2. Measure the window and mark the back of the protective paper, deducting 1/8 inch (2-3 mm) on all sides so it will fit inside the window frame. Then trim.

3. Spray the glass surface with water using the spray bottle.

4. a) d-c-fix® static:
Remove the printed backing paper – it protects the static film.

4. b) d-c-fix® static premium / d-c-fix® static window stripes:
Remove the transparent thin backing paper – it protects the static film.

5. Position the material on the glass. For correction, the film can be pushed into position on the pane with both hands.

6. Squeeze out moisture from the middle to the edges with the felt side of the squeegee.