Why Isn’t Rhino Shield Paint Available At My Hardware Store For DIY

A handful of people find joy in doing home projects themselves and thrive in the thrilling process of transforming their homes. We’ve seen several excellent DIY paint jobs from homeowners. But, Rhino Shield’s ceramic paint is not available for DIY use because it does not behave like traditional latex paint.

Our professionals undergo thorough training to execute an 11-step
process meticulously, ensuring all properties of the coating manifest
properly.  Only certified Rhino Shield applicators are authorized to
maintain consistent quality during installation.

Rhino Shield’s Paint Technology Is Too Different Than Traditional Paint

Rhino Shield’s ceramic paint composition stands apart from traditional paint due to its unique self-crosslinking technology. This process chemically binds two different polymer chains, forming a stronger, more tightly bonded network. When exposed to UV light from the sun, this self-crosslinking reaction is activated, further fortifying the paint’s molecular structure. This innovation allows the use of a single-component product with photo-initiated crosslinking, simplifying the application process. In simpler terms, it means the paint becomes stronger when exposed to sunlight, offering enhanced durability and protection.

Trained professionals are essential for applying this technology, which involves multiple steps to ensure its effectiveness. Unlike traditional paint, this maintenance-free wall coating system contains micro-ceramic particles that significantly prolong its lifespan. With a high build formula, it effectively seals out water, provides insulation, blocks harmful UVA rays, and resists salt and mildew growth.

The standard Rhino Shield installation procedure is outlined below. However, each project is unique, and there may be deviations from these steps depending on the job’s specific needs. To maintain consistent quality, only certified Rhino Shield applicators are authorized to install our system.

Here is a simplified version of our 11-step process:

Inspection: Evaluate the area and plan the project.

Cleaning: Thoroughly clean the surface to ensure proper adhesion.

Repairs: Fix any damages or flaws on the wall.

Scraping: Remove loose paint and debris for a smooth surface.

Caulking: Seal cracks and gaps to prevent moisture penetration.

Masking: Protect non-coated areas from accidental spraying.

Priming: Apply a sealing layer for better adhesion and water resistance.

Coating: Apply the Rhino Shield ceramic coating evenly for protection.

Touch-Ups: Refine the finish and ensure uniform coverage.

Clean Up: Remove protective measures and clean the area.

Final Inspection: Review the job with the client for satisfaction.

Contact us today for your free quote and protect your home with the Rhino Shield’s incredible technology.