Lanoguard test

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Lovely neat job. I’ll bring mine down next for you to practice on 😁
 
I tried Lanoguard a couple of years ago when it first came on the market. Certainly easy to apply and very quick but I found it wasn't really durable on the underside of the car so went back to the Bilt Hamber range of waxes. Certainly more work and ideally the masking of all the rubber parts is required but on metal the Bilt Hamber waxes seem to last and protect a lot longer.
 
I tried Lanoguard a couple of years ago when it first came on the market. Certainly easy to apply and very quick but I found it wasn't really durable on the underside of the car so went back to the Bilt Hamber range of waxes. Certainly more work and ideally the masking of all the rubber parts is required but on metal the Bilt Hamber waxes seem to last and protect a lot longer.

Just found video, product looks very interesting especially the mat finish result as seen towards the end of the video. Lanoguard I think is more organic, derived from Lanolin and reading some reviews, Bilt Hambler is possibly more synthetic based and engineered to last. I use Bilt Hambler regular and soft clay bar, very good products. 👍

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For anyone considering Lanoguard there is a similar product called Lanoshield. Lanoshield has been around longer but has less of a marketing push behind it. Lanoshield is a bit cheaper and slightly thicker than Lanoguard but that makes it more difficult to spray. This info from a farming friend who uses it on a combine harvester that spends 11 months of the year in a damp barn! The big benefits for him of the Lanolin based products is you can spray them over everything and they are not flammable, they work well, the durability isn't an issue as a combine harvester is not pounded by water/salt from the road.
 

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