Reasons to Pick Rhino Shield Over Exterior Paint

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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...]

Meet Our Product Testers: Commercial Testing Company

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Rhino Shield products are some of the most reliable and effective in our industry. Over the years, we have tested and improved our products to ensure that they will do precisely what we say they will. To that end, we rely on Commercial Testing Company to test our products for everything from flame resistance to VOC emissions. Once our products arrive at … [Read more...]

Meet Our Product Testers: Atlas Material Testing Solutions

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Rhino Shield relies on Atlas Material Testing technology to ensure our products meet our exacting standards. From start to finish, they make sure our formulas and proprietary blends can do precisely what we say they can. Among the most important tests we rely upon Atlas Testing Solutions for are there natural weather testing and photovoltaic testing. Both … [Read more...]

How to Effectively Paint Your Hardie Plank Exterior

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Hardie Plank exteriors have become one of the most popular siding materials in America. Durable and cost-effective, homes from California to South Carolina sport them on their exterior. While durable, painting a Hardie Plank exterior is essential to ensuring its long-term viability and protection. Hardie Planks are a high-density mix of cellulose fibers, … [Read more...]

Why Our Ceramic Coatings are Better than Latex Paint

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Latex paint has been the standard home coating for a long time now. While good, there's a new kid on the block that is far superior in both quality and durability. When it comes to the difference between ceramic coating and latex paint, the following are some things you'll want to consider. Latex paint is roughly 60 percent water. For comparison, … [Read more...]