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Wonder what it would be like to paint your home for the last time? Well at least the next 25 years.  Rhino Shield can help! We show you every step involved so you can virtually experience the entire process. You will learn how the Rhino Shield coating is done properly and the quality materials involved to get the job done right.

The steps below represent the typical application method a professional paint contractor would use to apply the Rhino Shield product. Every home is unique and some steps may be done differently or additional steps may be required. The goal is to get the job done right the first time.

  • Step 1 Step 1. Thorough Inspection
  • Step 2 Step 2. Power wash with Fungicide
  • Step 3 Step 3. Repair
  • Step 4 Step 4. Sanding & Scraping
  • Step 5 Step 5. Caulking
  • Step 6 Step 6. Masking
  • Step 7 Step 7. Priming
  • Step 8 Step 8. Apply the finish coat
  • Step 9 Step 9. Detail finish touch-up
  • Step 10 Step 10. Clean Up
  • Step 11 Step 11. Final Inspection

12 Reasons to have Rhino Shield on your home this year!

  • 25 Year Warranty
  • Bonds Completely
  • Helps repel Water
  • Can help Reduce Energy Cost
  • Resist Fading but not Fade resistant
  • Resist growth of Mold and Mildew 
  • Allows Wood To Breathe
  • Looks Like Fresh Paint
  • BASF Tested
  • Class "A" Fire Rating
  • Unlimited Colors
  • Won't Chip, Crack or Peel

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