I slung a load of it under my winter hack, as opposed to the usual ACF-50, several weeks ago. It'll be interesting to see how it fares. Like yourself, I'd seen it banded about for ages – so, when a Black Friday deal came up, I thought I'd try a load...
Mate if I lived near you I'd show you. Mine's been on a year now and driven around 9.5k miles... and it's like new underneath. Personally I think it's amazing stuff. If you want to stop rust the proof is in the pudding. As a test I had a bar for the past 4 months, half in Languard and half without... the bar rusted to hell and like new under lanoguard.I've been seeing that banded around, targeted adds no doubt, the claims always seemed a bit to good to be true. Reckon it's worth it then?
This reminded me that yesterday I saw someone stop on a roundabout to pick their kid up from school! Bloody hell. Not as dangerous as a motorway exit but how do people even consider this an option?Couldn’t believe it when on a busy roundabout at rush hour a car just stopped on the exit of a roundabout and just sat there. Clearly lost, but who does that, I’m literally stuck on the roundabout. I’m on the horn for an age and they still aren’t moving. They then literally stop again to read the motorway entrance sign. Fortunately they then went back the way they came on the next roundabout (having stopped again on the roundabout to ponder the M25 entrance). I’ve never seen anything like it. Utter moron. There were plenty of places to pull in along the way too.
This reminded me that yesterday I saw someone stop on a roundabout to pick their kid up from school! Bloody hell. Not as dangerous as a motorway exit but how do people even consider this an option?
There are some unbelievably stupid people out there. I thought there was traffic ahead of the car until the penny dropped that they were contemplating reversing/turning back onto the roundabout.