Be sure your home’s exterior is clean and clear of any mold, mildew and fungus.
If you want that professional long lasting look for your Rhino Shield home, you must follow Rhino Shield’s 12-step process. This week we will continue with the third and fourth steps of this process.
After inspecting and trenching your home, the third step is a thorough cleaning and washing of your home. You must have a clean, dry surface for the Rhino Shield Ceramic Coating to bond with properly. Power-wash your entire home to get it as clean as possible. We recommend using TSP and bleach to clean the surface of your home, which will kill all the mold, mildew and fungus that may be growing.
Now that you have a clean exterior, you need to patch and repair any problem areas. Be sure that you fill all the cracks, holes chips and breaks of your home’s exterior to bring your home back to its original condition. If there is any damaged stucco or other surfaces on your home, you need to take this time to repair those areas as well.
Some elbow grease is needed for that perfect home, but when you use Rhino Shield, you won’t have to repeat this process every few years. Make sure you get it right the first time, so that beautiful Rhino Shield look stays beautiful through the years.
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