Window security covering

Does anyone know a supplier of the plastic sheeting you stick on windows to act like a two way mirror, i.e. you can see out but you can't see in? Can it be used in outside buildings like a shed without being affected by the cold?
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On 5 Nov 2003 09:03:38 -0800, Dave wrote:

Be aware that it is really seeing from the darker place into the lighter one. So depending on which place is darker the direction of view changes. Lace curtains on bathrooms can, erm, "entertain" the neighbours at night. B-)
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our local car spares/tune-up place sells it along with the fury dice and fancy gear knobs (c;

works ok on car windows, no reason why it shouldn't on a shed window if it's put on properly
Les
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DIY PLASTICS (UK) LTD
http://www.diyplas.co.uk/diy.nsf/frameset?openform&body=http://www.diyplas.c o.uk/solar.html

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