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Ordinary Paint Can't Withstand Heat Like Rhino Shield

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rhino shield microspheresThe heat from the sun is a very powerful thing, so much so that it can have a very adverse affect on your home's siding. Specifically, we're talking about how prolonged exposure to the sun leads to things becoming dried out, and regular paint is one of the best examples of this. This is one of the things that separates Rhino Shield from other paint products: the fact that it doesn't dry out and peel after long exposure to sunlight and heat.

You see, traditional paint products are usually constituted of about 60% water. That's important because all that water eventually evaporates over time as the paint is bombarded by sunlight and heat over time. When the water molecules in the paint all evaporate, what you're left with is a brittle, easily-peeled layer of paint that just crumbles and leaves your home's exterior exposed.

Rhino Shield, on the other hand, only has about 20% water in it's make up. That, accompanied by the fact that the ceramic microspheres help reflect heat and sunlight, means that your home's outside walls can be better protected with a coating of this incredible product. Because it resists evaporation and damage so well, Rhino Shield is also guaranteed to last as much as 25 years, keeping you from having to paint your exterior over and over again as it dries out and peels away.

Cal us today and we'll be happy to explain even more about why Rhino Shield is such a great choice for home improvement for homeowners in Missouri.

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