How Ceramic Coating Is Different From Standard Paint

Written by Roxanne Ecklund on March 25, 2014

How is Ceramic Coating different from standard house paint?

Standard latex paint is up to 60% water and a little bit of plasticizer, pigment and chalk. It dries in thin layers, often requiring a second or third coat to achieve full color saturation.

Rhino Shield Ceramic Coating is composed of elastomeric resins for better coverage, bonding and elasticity, plus ceramic microspheres that adhere more compactly, as well as mildewcides and algaecides build right into the coating for long lasting protection.

Rhino Shield ceramic coating goes on 8 to 10 times thicker than standard paint, with superior adhesion, providing immediate protection from UV rays, mildew, mold, algae, moisture and coating breakdown or cracking, plus greater heat, cold and sound insulation.

Plus, it comes in 1,500 colors.

Our coating applies to almost any surface with a tight adhesive seal. It meets or exceeds all BASF lab tests, including fireproof rating. It is non-toxic, low odor, nonflammable. It creates a moisture barrier to protect your home, yet allows trapped moisture from within the home to “breathe out.”

To top it all off, Rhino Shield Ceramic Coating comes with a 25 year transferable warranty. Truly, once you cover your home in our product, you’ll Never Paint Again.