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Bilt Hamber Bilt-Hamber Laboratories has always used research, innovative chemistry and thorough testing as the way to produce better performing products. Every product released for sale has been extensively compared to and tested for superiority against market leading and specialist competitive formulations. From our clay bars to cavity waxes, etch primers to carnauba waxes and shampoos to rust removers, each Bilt-Hamber formulation has been made from conception to production with the same care.

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Old 12-03-2021, 09:15 PM   #11
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I didnt know it was a lanolin derivative....
I didn't either, although was educated the other day by them when asking about resurrecting the tin of epoxy I had. This totally sways me to stick with it as I hadn't realised and was only considering trying Lanoguard for environmental reasons, moot though that point may be given what the stuff's being sprayed on to!

Also, the 5L jug can be thinned with white spirit for spraying although I suspect this might not get it down to the consistency a pump sprayer can handle. Has anyone done this with something other than a Schultz style gun?
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Old 29-07-2021, 01:48 PM   #12
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bumping this up....can the 5ltr can be sprayed with a trigger spray or no

id sooner spend the money with bilt hamber if its "similar" to the lanoguard
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I haven't got around to doing this yet but I'll be buying a jug of it soonish and thinning it down as far as I need to use a sprayer. I'll report back with how successful I am!
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Check the data sheets, it explains how to use/prepare it for a trigger.
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