Lower VOCs Means Better Air

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Indoor air quality has gotten a lot of coverage over the past few years. As more and more Americans seek to lead healthier lives, their attention has been focused on cleaning up not only the outside environment, but the environment in their homes as well. Volatile Organic Compounds, or VOC's have been found in very high concentrations throughout American … [Read more...]

Keep Metal Surfaces Fresh With Rhino Shield’s Red Iron Oxide

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Rust is one of the worst things you can ever see on your metal surfaces. When rust forms, it indicates that a fixture's lifespan is coming to an end. If it isn't stopped, the rust will continue to eat at it until it falls apart and needs to be replaced. Instead of spending money on costly repairs or replacements, consider applying Red Iron Oxide to the … [Read more...]

Rhino Shield’s International Markets

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The goal of any company is to grow so large that the business begins spilling across global borders. At Rhino Shield, our business is growing around the world and we have distributors in the Middle East, Africa, and Central America with plans to keep on traveling. We have been able to conduct business internationally because our products can stand up to everything … [Read more...]

The Versatility of Rhino Shield

Finding the right wall coating for your home can be a time consuming and difficult process. If your list of criteria includes durability, compatibility, strength, longevity, and beauty, then all you need to do is take a look at Rhino Shield. Rhino Shield is an elastomeric, ceramic based paint that is designed to be more compatible and durable than traditional … [Read more...]

Choosing a New Color for Your Home

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Choosing a new color for your home is exciting, fun, and challenging all at the same time. Here are three things to consider when the time comes to add some new colors into your life. Think of your home as a blank canvas that has a few fixed colors already in place. Unless you are planning to replace bricks, shingles, and masonry, you will want to choose … [Read more...]