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Posted: 22.11.2021  ·  #1
I've been watching the adverts for Lanogaurd for a while and I'd just got the 4x4 chassis shot blasted and was about to use my trusty waxoyl when someone who had used Lanogaurd a year ago recommended it.

After looking further into it decided to give it a go. Wow! They are correct, 15 minutes and the 4x4 was finished!

This product is soo easily applied there is no need for a professional unless you need a lift or a pit for access.

Have a look yourself and see who is already using it.


http://www.lanoguard.co.uk/

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Posted: 22.11.2021  ·  #2
I must admit that i have never heard tell of Lanoguard before now, but it seems much easier applied than the old tried and trusted Waxoil which i have used for a very long time.
Will give this a bit of research before next time. :up:


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Posted: 22.11.2021  ·  #3
Reading through it and it sounds good except you have to do it yearly, I thought you do these once and forget about them


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Posted: 22.11.2021  ·  #4
All of them need inspected yearly. Cavity sealing is OK for years and years. But anywhere that receives abuse needs checked yearly.


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Posted: 22.11.2021  ·  #5
Boys bought me lanoguard for Christmas last year and I did the chassis and suspension of the Defender. It still looks to have a good layer on a year later, except for the areas that have been scuffed off roading. Hoping to get another bottle this year, if I’m good. 😇 There was also a tub of a thick grease like substance for treating the brake unions, nuts, bolts,etc. all in all it was much easier to use than waxoyl.

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Posted: 23.11.2021  ·  #7
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My 25 year old 4x4

 
 



Ally that sure looks good and as you say it is a 25 year old vehicle, by any chance are you now a rep for Lanogaurd? :happy:
Just asking for a friend :lol:

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Posted: 23.11.2021  ·  #8
No connection at all. 😁

Yet. 🤣

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Ally is it like a waxoyl type base. Could you spray it onto waxoyl


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Ally is it like a waxoyl type base. Could you spray it onto waxoyl


Yeah it's waxy although totally non toxic and made of different stuff. But don't see why not.

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Can I get a refund on the Waxoyl.


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Posted: 23.11.2021  ·  #13
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Can I get a refund on the Waxoyl.


Of course. But you'll have to scrape it all off and put it back in the can, the way you bought it. Also provide the original purchase receipt and photographs of the work being done.

You MUST provide all of this in the presence of both sets of Grandparents.

Did you not read the small print?

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Posted: 23.11.2021  ·  #14
P. S. Nothing wrong with waxoyl, but this is so much easier applied. Twice the price mind you.

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