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Question DetailsAsked on 10/1/2017

is Rhino sheild preferable or Armour shield

To make new roof what is ideal thing to look?

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I would say neither - google this search phrase - complaints about Rhino Shield - or - complaints about Armour Shield. Also google for lawsuits on those products - Rhino apparently has class action suits about their product at least in Florida and Ohio based on what I saw, plus evidently a lot of suits and complaints against the franchise local dealers.

My personal recommendation - wait a long time to see how these new products perform over the long run - because from what I have read and infer from their advertising technical data, I think they are likely to end up with major peeling and underlying rot issues from trapped moisture like EIFS has.

I certainly would not recommend their products beyond the truck bedliner products they started with. You could also google on the ceramic bead thing - embedded in paint (as opposed to as a glossy unpainted surface coating) they are not as effective an energy measure as the advertising makes it sound - in many cases the product and how it is applied is not comparable to the exposed-ceramic surface used in testing or in NASA applications.

Plus look at the cost - from the pricing I have seen in many or most cases you could totally reside or reroof your house for the cost of this coating.

Answered 2 years ago by LCD

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