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  How to Apply AR/AGAR Film


Notice
The following guide only shows one way to apply the film but does not guarantee that it will work
perfectly under all conditions. Please try to apply it to a small area first and at your own risk.
1. Please operate in a clean, dust-free room to prevent dust from sticking to the adhesive surface.
2. Place the target material (glass/acrylic) on a flat surface.
3. Cut the film to a size larger both horizontally and vertically than the target.
4. Remove few cm of the separator film from the adhesive side,
and start to attach it to the edge of the target (glass/acrylic).
5. As you remove the separator from the adhesive side, use a rubber roller (available at hardware stores)
to apply the adhesive side to the target slowly and with constant force so that no air bubbles remain.
6. Use a soft cloth to press and rub over the separator of the AR side to blend the adhesive well.
7. After applying the film, turn it over and cut off the excess film with a cutter.
8. Finally, remove separator from AR side.
* Be sure to remove the separator from the AR surface last to protect it from scratches and dirt.

Precautions :
If you remove all separators at once, it will be easier for the dust to stick to the surface.
For small air bubbles, gently tap with rubber hummer and it'll disappear.
Transparent materials such as glass/acrylic have an equal amount of reflection on the front and
back surfaces. To effectively eliminate reflected light, please apply AR film on both sides.
Base of AR film has farm texture and can not be applied to the material with curvature.
Wet Application Method :
AR film can be applied with the wet application too. Please note the following points when using water.
Mix a small amount of neutral detergent with clean, dust-free water.
Remove the separator film from the adhesive side as you applying,
but do not remove the separator film from the AR side until the work is completed.
Use a sprayer to spray water on the target glass/acrylic,
the adhesive layer of the AR film, and the separator film on the AR side.
Starting from the edges, use a rubber or plastic spatula to squeeze the water out from center
* If excess water is left between the target glass/acrylic and the AR film, air dissolved in the water
will form bubbles after drying, so it is essential to squeeze out thoroughly and leave no water.
* Boiling the water eliminates the air dissolved in the water and is an effective way to avoid air bubbles.
It will take 1-2 weeks for it to dry completely. During this time, some unevenness may occur,
but this will disappear when the product is completely dry.
For large-size applications, wrinkles, dust, and air bubbles can easily appear
even with a wet method, and so we recommend that you seek local contractors.
Precaution to apply film on the Polycarbonate :
In rare cases, due to the phenomena called “outgassing,” the polycarbonate itself may emit gas,
and it will be trapped in between polycarbonate and film, creating an air bubble as a result.
  For this reason, we recommend operating tests before proceeding to polycarbonate application.
  Please apply small size film and leave it for some time and see if any bubbles emerge.