04:51PM | 02/14/02
Member Since: 02/13/02
16 lifetime posts
How much does anyone know about this product. Has anyone out their ever used it? If so how much did you pay?

[This message has been edited by lcott (edited May 30, 2002).]


05:56PM | 02/14/02
Member Since: 09/01/00
312 lifetime posts
Not familiar with it but will create the link for others to look at .


06:10AM | 03/22/02
Member Since: 03/21/02
20 lifetime posts
I would love to learn more about it, but I would be extremely skeptical about their insulation claims. R-24 is the equivalent of several inches of Fiberglas!

PLease note that the "Photos" section of the web site has two long-distance pictures that are less than 1 inch in height. If it was my product, I'd sure show a better photo.

Also, the guarantee of paying someone's fuel bills seems fishy. There are just too many variables....what if I bought the paint and then decided to turn up my thermostat? What if four more people moved into my house?

If I was going to be financially secure enough to offer such a guarantee, I guess I would not have an AOL address as my return address, either.

While their are paints that perform well, in general the sun beats up everything. And a house paint needs to flex a little, which seems to be in contrast to the "can't scratch it" claim. Otherswise, why not use car paint on your house?



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