I discovered Lanoguard for the first time last year, and tried out on my old Land Rover Discovery, RIB trailer and Tow-a-Van trailer hubs and tow hitch. I was very pleased with the results.
This year I have purchased a steel-hulled motor boat, and knew from the initial inspection that I would use Lanoguard to treat the inside of the hull. This I did a few days ago; I wire-brushed surface rust patches, vacuumed the residue and sprayed. Very easy prep. and so easy to apply without getting into an oily / greasy mess. The Lanoguard has now set and formed a barrier to air and water. I will be interested to see how it is looking, and if a re-coat is even required, in a year's time. Next job in the engine room with the grease! I will also treat the propeller and prop shaft.
On a different note; I took my Smart Cabrio to a local specialist for a service, and gave the mechanic my Lanoguard to spray the underside when the car was up in the air. He hadn't used it before, and was very impressed with the way it dissipated water and ease of application.
I am very pleased with the different types of Lanoguard I have used. It is also great to be using something that is so easy to apply, and a natural product kinder to the environment. I use it on everything now, and try to convert others!