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With 2013 quickly coming to an end, Mr. A and I have already started laying out our New Years resolutions for 2014. Buying a home is at the top of this list, and now protecting our home with Rhino Shield is also at the top of that list. Never heard of Rhino Paint? Here's the skinny:
As I'm sure you are all well aware, over time, the exterior of your home can go through some major wear and tear. Storms, constant exposure to sunlight and other factors can completely destroy the paint on the outside of your house. Most homeowners will repaint their homes every 3-5 years. Rhino Shield, however, offers an affordable solution to a sticky situation. Rhino Shield is a never flake, chip or peel ceramic coating that is guaranteed to outlast and outshine any and all other products. The best part? Rhino Shield comes with a 25 year warranty. So in addition to saving you tens and thousands of dollars, Rhino Shield can save you a lot of time an effort.
What makes Rhino Shield so special?
- Unlike regular paint, which is composed of 60% water, Rhino Shield is almost 80% solids, making it 6-9 times thicker than regular paint. It comes in virtually every color, and can be used on nearly every surface, including aluminum, wood, and brick.
- Rhino Shield reflects over 90% of direct sunlight, saving your home from expensive A.C. cost in the summer, and cutting down on the unattractive fading process that most homes go through every 3-5 years.
- Rhino Shield paint contains a nifty little additive that keeps mold, algae and mildew from growing.
- Not only does Rhino Shield protect your home from harsh weather conditions, it is also a great re-selling feature for homeowners interested in selling their homes. The 25 year warranty is transferable and can give the overall value of your home a nice little boost.
If you're interested in finding out more about Rhino Shield, be sure to visit their newest franchises at Rhino Shield of Michigan and Rhino Shield of California, or find them on facebook.
*Disclaimer: Although I was compensated for this post, all thoughts and opinions, as expressed here, are entirely my own.