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  • Lanoguard - underbody protection. your views ?

    Does anyone have experience using Lanoguard or anything similar? If so, how was your experience using it? and does it live up to its name?

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    Yes ans Yes. I have used it for a few years now, initially Lanoguard lately Lanoshield but only because it was a bit cheaper, as far as I can tell it's no different. The trigger sprays don't work for long but I smear it on with a rag. I cover suspension arms, struts, shocks, front and rear subframes, wheelarch lips even the exhaust system and it all still looks very good. I apply it once a year usually before winter.Click image for larger version

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    • #3
      Is this stuff similar to ACF50? We used to do a winter prep package when I worked for bmw and we would spray the entire bike then wash it off once spring arrived and the bikes used to come out looking like new

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      • #4
        hi i think its what works for you works for drew , i tried lanoguard when i first got my car but dont think it had been out long ?, after a year, when i checked year after it was mostly gone, so i tried dynamax UC which is their (clear wax), and UB for the cavities (brown), to me it lasts longer but its not cheap!
        so you pays yer money and takes yer choice
        dean.m

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        • #5
          Ive a mate who swears by it....he wouldn't buy anything but Lanoguard and he sprays it over everything.

          Dougie on ODFS on YouTube also uses it constantly....even over rust.

          Roman, the Polish guy in the bodyshop next door to us says "it's the biggest load of pish he's ever came across"...but in a Polish accent.

          I've only ever used Waxoyl and love it.
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          Each individual will always have their favourites.

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          • #6
            you never see a rusty sheep

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            • #7
              Originally posted by sri- nav View Post
              you never see a rusty sheep
              And you never see a cortina with bluetongue or foot and mouth either

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              • #8
                Originally posted by sri- nav View Post
                you never see a rusty sheep
                Not near me anyway!!!!
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