just done the job,the sprayer worked Good but goes through a lot a fluid fast , will have to get the small spayed before next time,if it hold up as expected ,Shetland winter will be a Good test.
Great for cavities such as sills / chassis rails, inside suspension components, wheel arches.
Not good for car underside where you have to tilt the bottle to direct the spray. This is less of an issue if you have the luxury of an automotive lift / ramp but its a real pain when under the car on axle stands. They need a two 90 degree extensions to address this. One short one, plus a 12 inch one to enable reach into areas such as located around wheel well tops, suspension tops etc.
I would also note that the discharge rate is high meaning it drinks Lanoguard faster than the average V8 at Santa Pod.
To conclude I'd say great for cavity work, but you'd be better using a cheap 5Ltr screwfix pressure sprayer (includes extension) for the higher underbody areas.
The 2ltr Lanoguard product is well constructed, but expensive and a couple of extra attachments would address its shortcomings. Please note that the current 45 degree attachment they offer, is NOT compatible with this sprayer. I tried it.
I purchased the pressure bottle and injection wand to spray inside my Van's sills. It did this job great, but watch out the sprayer used a huge amount of lanoguard very quickly, luckily I bought 5 litres but you could soon spray a litre without realising very quickly which is very expensive, so in my opinion it's not a very economical way to apply lanoguard.