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Whiteboard Dry Erase Glass Film | White Color | Interior Glass Surfaces | 59″ Wide | 1′ Increments | 4.3 mils

Our White Dry Erase film for Glass is a 4.3 mil White Opaque film coated with a premium dry erase surface and a permanent acrylic pressure sensitive adhesive. It has a clear polyester release liner. Any writing on this film cannot be seen from the other side!  It is great for interior office spaces, conference or meeting rooms and anywhere you want to turn a glass surface into a dry erase board.

This film is recommended for application to interior glass surfaces. This film has a premium quality dry erase surface and is perfect for decorative or architectural applications where a dry erase surface is desirable. It is installed using the same methods for installing window films.

Priced per ft. Order the length (quantity) needed x 59″ wide.  Minimum order 4′ length. 

Order only what you need!  Our Whiteboard Dry Erase Glass Film comes in 59″ wide rolls ordered in 1′ increments (minimum order 4′ long roll).    

If you prefer a whiteboard dry erase coating for use on a wider variety of surfaces, please take a look at our Whiteboard Dry Erase Polyurethane Coating.


  • Residential & Commercial Windows
  • Play rooms
  • Classrooms
  • Offices
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Conference Rooms


  • Compatible with any brand dry-erase marker
  • Great for Meeting & Conference Rooms
  • Upgrade your office
  • No long cure times – can be used immediately upon completion of install
  • 4.3 mil thick
  • Order in 1′ Increments (minimum order 4′ Long roll)
  • Class A Fire Rated per ASTM E84 as defined in NFPA 101, Life Safety Code®


Film Type Polyester
Adhesive: Clear, Pressure-sensitive, solvent, acrylic
Liner:  Transparent polyester
Usage Interior
Available Width 59″
Roll Length Available from 4′ to 100 linear feet in 1′ increments
Thickness 4.3 mil
Film:  2 mil Polyester Dry Erase Surface / 2.3 mil Polypropylene
Visible Light Transmittance (%) 0%
UV Transmittance (%) 0%
Infared Transmittance (%) 1%
Class A Fire Rated per ASTM E84 as defined in NFPA 101, Life Safety Code®



Make a wetting solution.
Wetting solution is the secret ingredient to a smooth, seamless installation. Make a solution by adding 8-10 drops of a mild, non-moisturizing dish detergent (Dawn or Joy; do not use hand soap) to a 32-oz. spray bottle filled with clean water (adjust ratio for smaller or larger bottles). More soap may be needed when applying film to acrylic surfaces. Mix well.

Make sure it’s smooth.
To ensure the surface is completely clean and smooth before installation, spray the glass with the soapy water mixture and drag a single-edge razor across the surface. If you hear a clicking sound, there is something on the surface that will prevent full adhesion. Use a glass-safe scrub pad to remove the debris.

Make a workspace.
Give yourself enough space to work. You will need enough flat surface to lay out the film for measuring, cutting, marking and prep. Do not run a fan near the film or glass surface during installation. This can cause dust and debris to blow onto your film and become trapped.


Step 1: Measure, Cut and Clean
Carefully measure the height and width of the glass surface. Cut the film to the dimensions, leaving an extra ½ inch to 1 inch around all sides. You’ll be able to trim the edges down to size in the final step. You may use the paper liner on the back of the film to mark cut points; this will not damage the film. If you’re unsure about measuring, make a paper template of your window and use it to measure and cut your film. Thoroughly clean the surface of the glass to remove any trace of dust, grime and grease. Use low-lint towels or microfiber cloths to clean the surface, as lint left on the glass can stick under film.

Step 2: Peel and Prep
Lay the film on a clean, flat surface with the liner facing up. Slowly peel back the liner, wetting the adhesive side of the film very thoroughly as you peel down. If you can’t separate the liner from the film, place a piece of scotch tape on both sides of the sheet, fold the tape over to create tabs, and use the tabs to separate the two sides. If you are working with a large piece of film, it is helpful for two people to work together. After you remove the liner, rinse and dip fingers in water before handling the film. Wet fingers will prevent fingerprints on the adhesive surface.

Step 3: Get It Wet
Thoroughly spray and soak the glass surface AND the adhesive side of the film with the water mixture. Wetter is better! There is no such thing as too much water. The water will allow you to easily apply and reposition the film before you squeegee—and any excess water will evaporate as the film fully adheres.

Step 4: Apply and Smooth
Pick up the film by the top corners, keeping it straight and level. Place the wet film onto the wet surface, keeping the top edge level but letting the film hang over the edges of the frame on all sides. Move, slide and reposition the film as needed. The water should allow it to float and flow easily. Wet the outside of the film with the spray, then slide a squeegee over the wet film to smooth out and press the film against the glass. Squeegee from the center moving out, pushing bubbles and wrinkles out as you go.

Step 5: Trim and Finish
Double check that the film is flat and smooth. Locate the hard card and razor that were included with your film. If any bubbles remain, use the hard card to push them towards the edge. Then, in one smooth, continuous motion, trim the excess film from the edges using the hard card and a razor knife. Once the film is trimmed, wrap the hard card in a paper towel and use it to push any remaining bubbles and water to the outside edge. The film will completely dry and fully adhere within a few days.

NOTE:  For best performance – Immediately, after install, thoroughly clean the dry erase surface with a glass cleaner and soft microfiber cloth

With the right preparation and installation, static cling Decorative Films are a fast and easy way to transform a room. But don’t skip steps or skimp on tools! For a beautiful and resilient end result, take your time, measure carefully, wet thoroughly and squeegee the entire surface.


What tools will I need for installation?
You will need something to clean the glass, a razor knife (included with your film), scotch tape, a squeegee, a credit card or hard card (included), a soap and water solution (see instructions for details), and a 32-oz. spray bottle (or adjust ratio for other sizes). SOLYX-installation-tools

Tools: Scissors, Tape Measure, Razor Knife, Ruler, Plastic Card Squeegee, Spray Bottle, and Paper Towel.

How do I work with film that is curled?
Because the film is rolled for shipping, it may be slightly curled prior to application. For best results, unbox, unroll and let all films come to room temperature on a clean, flat surface for 24 hours before installation. This will allow the film to relax. If the edges of the film continue to curl after installation, wrap your squeegee in a few layers of paper towel and push the edges of the film down, moving from just inside the edge to just outside. If the edges continue to curl, turn a hair dryer to the warm (not hot) setting, hold about 8-12 inches away from the film to evaporate any excess moisture, and repeat the squeegee process.

Can film be installed on plexiglass, polycarbonate or acrylic?
Yes, most films can be installed on plexiglass, polycarbonate or acrylic surfaces. But unlike glass, some of these materials expand and contract with temperature changes and emit gas—which may cause air bubbles to form between the film and the surface. Use more soap in your wetting solution when installing on these surfaces.

Can film be installed on textured glass?
No. Film will only correctly adhere to flat, smooth surfaces.

Can film be installed on double-pane windows?
Yes. With the exception of some blackout films, all our films are safe for installation on double- or triple-pane windows.

How do I clean the film after installation?
Use any non-ammonia widow cleaner and a microfiber cloth. We recommend SimGlass® Window Film Cleaner, which is available for purchase on our website. Make sure any cleaning professionals are notified that you have films on your windows.

How do I remove film?
All films can be easily removed without any damage to the glass. Begin by peeling the film away from one corner of the glass and pulling down until the entire panel is removed. If any adhesive remains, it can be easily removed with window cleaner, soapy water or a single-edge razor blade.

How do I place seams?
Before you do any actual cutting, you should consider where to place the seam on the window. You will usually have options when deciding: do you want it vertical or horizontal? Higher or lower? It may depend on the width of the roll you are working with, but generally you’ll want to place it where it is least noticeable. If you have tall windows, placing it at the top will make it harder to see. If it is darker at the bottom or people tend to look toward the top more often, then placing it at the bottom will be the best method.

How do I cut the seam?
The second factor to consider when doing this technique properly is the cutting. Some customers try to cut the two pieces as true as possible with a straight-edge, then line them up and install. Or, they make sure to use the factory edges of the film when ”butting” the two ends together. This can work well, but most times it is difficult to cut the film perfectly straight, or using the factory edges creates too much waste. The best method to splicing is to overlap the two pieces about 1/2” where they meet. Install the entirety of the pieces, then use a sharp blade to cut down the center of the overlap. Since the pieces are installed and adhere firm on the window, they shouldn’t move or peel while you are slicing. Remove the sliced strips of film and you are left with a tight seam.

If this film is installed first surface inside a room, can people outside of the room see what is written on the film or is there complete opaque coverage from outside view

This particular Dry Erase film is the most opaque and would be the only one that hides what is written on the other side. If you look below the picture on the product page, you will see our statement as well. If there are any concerns, I would test some samples first just to be sure!

What does the film look like outside the room? Is it the same visual appearance as in the photo?

Yes, this particular film has the same frosted look from the front AND back.

Does the dry white erase vinyl for glass only come in 59” rolls? would it be available in 48” rolls, if so how per running foot would that be and how many yards are to a roll?

This film is made as a 59″ wide/tall film, but we can slit the roll to a narrower size, in you only wanted a 4 foot tall band for instance. You would still be paying for the full size though. This film is available by the foot, and up to a max of 100 linear feet per full roll. (492 SQ FT)

What does the film look like outside the room? Is it the same visual appearance as in the photo?

Yes, this particular film has the same frosted look from the front AND back.