Rhino Shield

I here a lot of radio commercials locally for this product.

Does anyone here have any experience with it?

Google says

by Janet Colgate
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Rhino Shield is NOTHING more than an elastomeric paint. Don’t be fooled by all of their hype. They put together a great marketing program and make up all sorts of claims that they are the greatest thing since sliced bread. They charge you an arm and a leg. In fact, the salesperson who comes to your home will try and get as much out of you as possible. The price may very well start out at $40,000 and by the time you haven’t said yes (a couple of hours later) the price has magically dropped down to $14,358. Had you fallen for one of their sales tactics 20 minutes earlier they would have written the contract up for thousands more.

Elastomeric paint is better than traditional house paint but the people at Rhino Shield try and make you believe that their “3M Ceramic Microspheres” make all of the difference. Horse-Puckey!

Cerammics are nothing more than a filler. All paints have fillers. Some use chalk some use silica. Some use ceramics.

Ceramics WON’T save you any money on your electric bill. Look up studies done on grain silo’s and the ever present need to control temperatures in them. The findings indicate that a white paint has 99% of the same effects that any ceramic/energy efficient paint has.

The 25 year warranty is UNTESTED. Rhino shield has only been around painting homes for 7 or 8 years.

If you cannot find many complaints on warranty issues and failing issues you haven’t looked very far.

Google will have page after page as soon as you get past Rhino Shiled’s web marketing that has pushed down so many of these complaints.

If after you have done your homework and looked at other alternatives and you really decide that you want Rhino Shield go to nationwidecoatings.com and order the stuff for yourself. The EXACT same product is available through the website that slaps a fancy label on the so-called proprietory Rhino Shield.

After all, Rhino Shield is NOTHING more than an elastomeric paint!

by Janet Colgate
Member since:May 23, 2011Total points:113 (Level 1)](https://login.yahoo.com/?.done=http%3A%2F%2Fanswers.yahoo.com%2Fquestion%2Findex%3Fqid%3D20110521113045AA9OBfU&.src=knowsrch&.intl=us)
Best Answer - Chosen by Voters

Rhino Shield is NOTHING more than an elastomeric paint. Don’t be fooled by all of their hype. They put together a great marketing program and make up all sorts of claims that they are the greatest thing since sliced bread. They charge you an arm and a leg. In fact, the salesperson who comes to your home will try and get as much out of you as possible. The price may very well start out at $40,000 and by the time you haven’t said yes (a couple of hours later) the price has magically dropped down to $14,358. Had you fallen for one of their sales tactics 20 minutes earlier they would have written the contract up for thousands more.

Elastomeric paint is better than traditional house paint but the people at Rhino Shield try and make you believe that their “3M Ceramic Microspheres” make all of the difference. Horse-Puckey!

Cerammics are nothing more than a filler. All paints have fillers. Some use chalk some use silica. Some use ceramics.

Ceramics WON’T save you any money on your electric bill. Look up studies done on grain silo’s and the ever present need to control temperatures in them. The findings indicate that a white paint has 99% of the same effects that any ceramic/energy efficient paint has.

The 25 year warranty is UNTESTED. Rhino shield has only been around painting homes for 7 or 8 years.

If you cannot find many complaints on warranty issues and failing issues you haven’t looked very far.

Google will have page after page as soon as you get past Rhino Shiled’s web marketing that has pushed down so many of these complaints.

If after you have done your homework and looked at other alternatives and you really decide that you want Rhino Shield go to nationwidecoatings.com and order the stuff for yourself. The EXACT same product is available through the website that slaps a fancy label on the so-called proprietory Rhino Shield.

After all, Rhino Shield is NOTHING more than an elastomeric paint!

I have never found Yahoo answers to be very credible.

Anyone else?

Looks interesting .
Wonder how it would work on slit block ?

There are plugger paints made to last 20 years so it may be real.