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Subject: Do ceramic paints really work? How?

Date: 11/12/99
Posted by: Mark
E-mail: hudson(at)nas(dot)net(no spam)
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I am researching claims that ceramic-based coatings or paints actually provide insulative equivalency of up to R20. Each person I speak to has different claims and explanation of how it works. Can anyone with thermal/energy/insulation background explain how these coatings could work, if they actually do. Basic premise is that they have high reflectivity and are impermeable (being water proof). Many thanks.

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