No. Liquid Ceramic gives explicit instructions on how to apply the product yourself or by your local paint pro (as shown at LiquidCeramic.com/HowToApply). Liquid Ceramic has a history of its product lasting on homes for 25 years.
“Selling by the warranty” is a sales technique that sounds attractive on the surface but the homeowner should ask for a copy of the warranty prior to signing a contract. Essentially, that’s what you’re purchasing, the warranty. Rhino Shield’s website (RhinoShield.com/warranty) states: “Upon completion and final payment of your installation, you will receive a written copy of your warranty from your local dealer.”