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One of the main reasons for the use of infrared-reflecive (IR) pigments in roof coatings is

They allow for both color and reflectivity on steep slope roofs.
They give mechanical strength to roof coatings.
They offer inhibitive pigmentation to metal roof substrates.
None of these

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