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Protecting Exterior Surfaces

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When people think about mold, they usually envision it magically appearing inside their homes. The truth is, there are many outside factors that can contribute to its growth. One of the biggest factors is the deterioration of your home's exterior. 

If there are any gaps in the exterior of your home, moisture can penetrate into your home and fester until mold starts to grow. That's why it's so important to take steps in protecting it with products like coatings and sealants. Sunshine uses specialized products for just these types of situations. 

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Whether it's applying a breathable moisture barrier that lets moisture out, but not in or a water replant, Sunshine has the answer to your exterior protection needs. The products we use are award winning, marine graded and EPA registered for moisture protection even on the hulls of ships. Our products can also protect against freeze and thaw reactions that cause exploding brick and damage exteriors in the winter time. 

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ClearGuard

Clear, matte and breathable mold and moisture resistant coating for the protection of structural and architectural construction materials in unconditioned and moisture prone spaces. Applies white, dries clear. For both interior and exterior use.

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MaxGuard

Opaque, bright white, breathable and self-priming mold and moisture resistant coating for the protection of structural and architectural construction materials in unconditioned and moisture prone spaces. For both interior and exterior use. Tintable to light to medium shades.

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X4

Clear, exterior water repellant but breathable sealant to prevent moisture intrusion/absorption that leads to freeze/thaw damage and premature surface degradation of masonry, aggregate, painted and wood surfaces. X4 also prevents the adhesion of water-based paints such as graffiti.

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