Ultraviolet light is called an “Ionizing” radiation. It has the right kind of energy to blow atoms into pieces. The pieces are called ions. Window film can help provide sun protection for your skin and interior furnishings. UVA rays pass through untreated glass. They also bounce off of other surfaces such as light colored walls or concrete, other windows, the surface of pools and lakes, penetrating deep into a room.
UVA rays streaming through glass can damage your skin and contribute to skin cancer, cause damage to organic and polymer dyes used in cloth and framed works, and yellow bleach furniture and flooring finishes. Most carpets, wood floors, furnishings and artwork can fade simply by allowing daylight to pass through an untreated window. Through UV Shielding technology, window film blocks up to 99.9% of all UVA and UVB rays.