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Cabinet with glass doors covered on the inside with white privacy film with gray wavy lines.

DIY makeover: speedy cabinet facelift!

Project from Chris -

The good thing about cupboards or cabinets with glass doors: you can see what’s inside. The difficult thing about it: everything needs to be neat and tidy otherwise everyone will see disorder and chaos. Because this is stressful and not the point, we have a clever makeover hack for glass doors. It makes sure that the inside is beautifully hidden and everything looks neat on the outside. All you need: the d-c-fix® window film “Static Antwerp white” – you can find out the rest in the tutorial!

You will need…

  • d-c-fix® window film “Static Antwerp white”
  • d-c-fix® application kit with doctor blade and utility knife
  • d-c-fix® application fluid or spray bottle with water
  • Pencil

  • Yard stick
  • Rule
  • Cloth
  • Wardrobe with (Ikea) glass door

Let’s go!

Here’s how to give the cabinet a new look:


You have everything you need? Then get started!

Step 1

Clean the glass pane thoroughly with a cloth.

Step 2

Measure the width and height of the glass pane with the yard stick.

Step 3

Transfer the measurements to the backing paper of the window film and cut the piece of film along the ruler using the cutter.

Step 4

Spray the glass pane generously with mounting fluid or water.

Step 5

Remove the backing paper from the window film.

Step 6

Apply the window film to the glass piece by piece with the doctor blade to eliminate any moisture trapped underneath.

Step 7

Finally, rub the glass pane dry with the cloth.

You’re done!

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