Cold Weather Installation
1 - Keep Film Warm
The key to cold weather installation is keeping the film warm. The precut or sheet you purchased becomes a little more difficult to install in temperatures usually 70 degrees and below. Keep the film in a warm location until you are ready for the application of the film to your lights.
2 - Garage Access
Access to a garage would be ideal for cold weather installation. If the garage is not equipped with heat, use portable lamps and/or a space heater and position them within close proximity to the light that will be receiving the film.
3 - Use Heat Gun or Hair Dryer
This method could also be used for outdoor installation, but we would recommend also using a heat gun or hair dryer. The heat will make it a lot easier to apply.
*If the above options are not possible, we may suggest the removal of the lights so they can be covered indoors at room temperature.