Real Innovation: 3M™ Daylight Redirecting Film

We are proud to bring to you the latest innovations in window film technology. 3M™ Daylight Redirecting Films are a cost-effective way to provide natural lighting deeper inside a building.




  •  Micro-replicated film redirects light toward the ceiling, reducing the need for artificial lighting during the day
  •  Reduces occupant glare and excess light near window
  •  Provides benefit of natural light to interior occupants
  •  Can be used with different glass types to achieve different aesthetic looks
  •  No maintenance or cleaning
  •  Can be combined with 3MTM Solar Film to reduce heat to maximize energy savings
  •  Blocks 99% of UV light, reducing fading
  •  LEED credits available for use of daylight

“3M Daylight Redirecting Film, utilizes micro-replication to redirect light that would have originally hit the floor a few feet from the window, up onto the ceiling, helping to light the room as deep as 40 feet from the window. The technology “micro-replication” refers to microscopic structures that are able to redirect as much as 80% of light up onto the ceiling, providing more natural light, which has been linked to increased productivity and purchasing behavior, and helping to reduce your dependence on electric lighting.” – 3M


Product Details
  • Daylight Redirecting film redirects the light toward the ceiling and the diffusing glass spreads the light on the ceiling
  • 3M Daylight Redirecting film is applied to surface #2 – or surface #4 of a three pane system
  • 3M diffusing film is applied to surface #4 – or surface #6 of a three pane system
3M Daylight Redirecting Film redirects natural light that would've originally hit the floor a few feet from the window, up onto the ceiling, lighting the room as deep as 40 feet.


Residential window film helps to reduce heat and reduce glare making your home more comfortable. Along with those added benefits you save on energy and block UV rays making your home more efficient and safer.

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