Reasons to Pick Rhino Shield Over Exterior Paint


Like any recipe, the quality of the ingredients determine the quality of the finished product. When it comes to Rhino Shield vs. paint, we're pleased to say the proof is in the pudding. Traditional house paint is composed of more than 60% water as opposed to 21% for Rhino Shield. Further paint is made up of 17% plasticizers, 12% pigments, and 11% fillers. … [Read more...]

Why Rhino Shield Uses Ceramic in Their Exterior Coating

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Using Rhino Shield ceramic exterior coating is an investment in the life of your home. Not only does it protect against insect infestations and moisture penetration, but it also protects against against heat gain and VOC emissions. Once dried, ceramic coatings create an impenetrable layer of protection you can trust and rely upon. With a low-breakage rate, … [Read more...]

Did You Know That Rhino Shield Coatings are Eco-Friendly?

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Rhino Shield was founded with the commitment to providing the highest quality products to our customers while minimizing the impact our production processes and finished products posted to the environment. We're proud to say that our eco-friendly Rhino Shield ceramic coatings are among the most environmentally friendly in the world. With less than 100 … [Read more...]

Learn the Process We Use to Apply Rhino Shield


The Rhino Shield application process is among the most detailed in the industry. From the preparation to the finishing touches, our thorough process ensures the highest quality finish as the coating dries. Our process begins with a thorough cleaning and inspection to determine any structural issues that may need repair. Anything that is discovered is then … [Read more...]

The Importance of Priming Before Applying Rhino Shield Coating

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Ever wonder why you should prime before painting your house? The answer is simple: primer serves as a bonding agent that when combined with the surface coating creates an impenetrable layer of protection. Priming fills in the gaps on the surface of your home. It helps fill in joints and cracks, plusĀ it smooths imperfections in masonry, stone, and steel. … [Read more...]