Does window film create a colour tint to light entering the home?

Does window film create a colour tint to light entering the home?

Window film can reduce light but should not create a colour tint to light entering the home, if you want “invisible” window films you can get neutral films which are specially designed to appear nearly “invisible” when applied to the glass, as they do not add any special colour to the glass like other film.
However, it is likely you will notice them more at night. 

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