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Re: Under-body Rust protection [Re: DaveK] #772045
20/03/23 11:14 AM
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I use Bilt Humber. They do a good range of products. Any overspray of the underseal etc can be cleaned off with white spirit. It does not harden and chip so has a sort of self healing property.


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Re: Under-body Rust protection [Re: Arwyn Williams] #772068
20/03/23 12:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Arwyn Williams
Will use it.....anything to help struggling sheep farmers is a plus in my book.

Arwyn

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Re: Under-body Rust protection [Re: John V6] #772080
20/03/23 02:29 PM
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Originally Posted by John V6
The black I suspect is bitumen or a heavy oil distilate


They were normally based on a wax oxidate John, but I have been out of the chemical industry for a long time and technology marches on.

Lanoguard sounds like it is based on lanolin , which is the oil derived from sheeps wool during the washing process.

Last edited by MOG 615; 20/03/23 02:32 PM. Reason: addition al information added

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Re: Under-body Rust protection [Re: DaveK] #772102
20/03/23 05:44 PM
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Yes lanolin & I'm guessing they emusify it like cooking marg so it sets up a bit as the water evaporates. Just like the camping marg we made in Kenya though with nicer fat in the kenyan case.


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Re: Under-body Rust protection [Re: DaveK] #772137
20/03/23 10:15 PM
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I guess the way ahead is Lanoguard, it British and good for Farmers!

As has been stated the reviews online are very positive.


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