What is undersealing?

Undersealing prevents both corrosion closes already existing holes in the undercarriage coating, preventing any further moisture ingress. When we underseal a car, we go beyond simply coating the underside of the vehicle, and ensure that all wheel wells and intricate corrosion sensitive components, such as suspension, are thoroughly coated.

We only use the highest quality products available

We only use the Lanoguard range of products. These products are proven to give your vehicle the longest possible protection. These products are completely safe for all Rubber, plastic and electrical components – even the exhaust!

Cheaper, dirtier underseals such as wax oil can trap moisture against the frame of the vehicle, leading to invisible corrosion, compromising the structural integrity of your vehicle and dooming it to an early grave. Lanoguard allows any trapped moisture to escape, while preventing any further moisture from corroding the underlying surface.

Protection from rust and corrosion

If your car is exposed to humid weather conditions, salt or stone chips, corrosion can quickly occur. Preventing this requires a high-quality underseal. When the car is new, it is vital that the underside is coated to prevent corrosion. The undercarriage is extremely exposed, and if the surface is damaged rust is imminent. Stone chips, snow, sleet, salt and the humid British weather are all factors that can damage the undercarriage and cause corrosion. Lanoguard helps to protect the underside of your vehicle from these contaminants.

Why Lanoguard?

Completely natural

Lanoguard is made from ingredients of natural origin. Being primarily constituted of Lanolin, a greasy oil-like substance secreted from the skin of sheep. 


Unlike other underseals, Lanoguard cannot be washed off by petrol or salt spray. Lanoguard adheres tenaciously to any surfaces it is applied to, continuing to perform long after the failure point of competing undersealants.

Non conductive

Lanoguard is non-conductive up to 70kVA, rendering it safe for use on electronical components without any risk of shorting.


Lanoguard does not pose any risk to any rubber or plastic components.