Ceramic paint additives are a series of paints that provide greatly enhanced home insulation through a complex blend of microscopic hollow ceramic spheres. The ceramic spheres in ceramic paint have a vacuum inside similar to mini-thermos bottles. Their ability to reflect heat lets these products block heat loss from and heat gain into of your home. Ceramic paint additive products include interior paint and exterior paint which provide the highest efficiency of blocking the extreme heat of the sun while saving you money on utility bills. Ceramic paint using an insulating additive for paint mixed into house paint looks like ordinary wall paint. Ceramic paint has unique energy savings properties that reflect heat providing a unique and highly effective radiant barrier. The hollow ceramic microspheres reflect heat from sources such as direct sunlight or your homes heater and causes you to feel warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. The ceramic particles in insulating paint improve your home insulation by adding a thermal barrier. The particles inside this ceramic paint refract, reflect and dissipate heat. Ceramic Paint is a unique blend of ceramic microspheres designed to be mixed into ordinary house paints and reduce heat gain (heat absorption) and heat loss in your home. Ceramic paint additives will greatly reduce heat loss (heat absorption) and heat gain from your home by decreasing the AMOUNT of heat that is absorbed by the walls, ceilings and roofs of your home. Ceramic Paint will reduce heat absorption and keep heat out during the summer by making your house paint act as a heat barrier or radiant barrier. During the winter, it greatly reduces heat loss from your home and prevents it from migrating through your homes walls and ceilings and escaping to the cold outside air. Insuladd has been in use for a decade sold worldwide. Contractor tested and homeowner approved Insuladd is completely safe and very simple to use. Insuladd has been tested by worldwide facilities such as the Climatic Test Branch of the U.S. Missile Command, Pratt & Whitney Aerospace, The Korean National Construction Institute, and The Municipal Government and National Railroad in Tokyo, Japan. Insuladd has been successfully used for such diverse applications as on a U.S. Navy Arctic Research Vessel, Oil storage tanks in the Middle East, Metal shipping containers, factories and warehouses.