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  How to Apply AR/AGAR Film


1. Please operate in a clean room and avoid air dust sticking to an adhesive.
2. Place the Glass/Acrylic (to which film is applied) on a leveled surface.
3. Cut the film slightly larger than Glass/Acrylic both vertically and horizontally.
4. Remove separator 2-3 cm from adhesive side, and start to apply along edge of the glass/acrylic.
5. As you start to remove separator, slowly begin to apply film with such tools as rubber roller.
Press film with constant and even pressure and avoid any air bubbles to be trapped inside.
6. Using soft cloths, press and rub from AR side to blend adhesive well with surface.
7. When done, flip up side down and cut the surplus with box cutter.
8. Remove separator from AR side.
* To protect AR surfaces, make sure to remove AR side's separator at the end.

Precautions :
Please do not remove separator all at once (to avoid air dust sticks to adhesive)
For small air bubbles, gently tap with rubber hummer and it'll disappear.
Transparent sheet as glass/acrylic have equal amount of reflection on both (front/reverse) side.
Please apply AR film on both sides to effectively eliminate reflection.
AR film is springy and can not be applied to the material with curvature.
For Wet Application :
Please use clean water with small amount of neutral detergent mix.
Please do not remove the separator from AR side until completion.
Spray water over glass/acylic, adhesive layer of the film, and separator of AR side.
Using squeegee or plastic spatula, apply film from corners and squeeze the water from center out
* Make sure to squeeze every drop of water out. Leave any in between glass and film
 and the air dissolved in the drop of water gathers together and become trapped bubble when dried.
* Using boiled water would prevent this problem since air dissolved in the water would be vaporized
It may requires 1-2 weeks to dry completely.
Unevenness which may be visible while wet should be disappeared when dried.
It takes skill and experience to apply large film without any defects (bubble/unevenness) even with
wet application and we usually recommend to consult with local contractors for application.
Precaution to apply film on the Polycarbonate :
Due to the phenomena called “outgassing,” polycarbonate often generate gas by itself
which will be trapped inside between polycarbonate and film, creating bubble as a result.
  For this reason, we recommend to operate test before proceeding to polycarbonate application.
  Please apply small size film and leave it for a period of time and observe if any bubble to be emerged