PRLog - May 4, 2010 - ALTON, U.K. -- The one-stop shop for marine enthusiasts, professionals and suppliers alike, Ocean Workshop’s quality-focussed range of chemically advanced marine products is specifically designed for the effective maintenance and repair of all yachts, dinghies, cruisers and sailing boats.
Ocean Workshop repair and maintenance products
The full range of products includes Rust Releasing Lubricants, water-proofing and corrosion-preventing White Grease, Drive Belt Noise Eliminator, Engine Flush, Fuel System and Carburettor Cleaners (for petrol and diesel), Silicone Sealants, Deck Caulking, Glass Bonding, Bedding and Sealing products based on advanced hybrid MS Polymer technology, Plastic and Fibreglass Repair materials, Gasket Makers, Surface Cleaners, Waxes and Polishes, as well as an extensive range of Thread-Lockers, Retainers, Epoxies, Acrylics, Cyanoacrylates and more.
By making the full range of marine maintenance and repair consumables available from one place, Ocean Workshop save their customers precious time, money and resources.
Set up more than ten years ago, Engineering and Marine Products have become experts in the supply of quality bonding, lubricating and cleaning products to the industrial and engineering sectors the world over. Regularly providing superior value by replacing the products of larger and more expensive brands with those of at least equal quality, the complete Ocean Workshop range of marine products represents this valuable expertise now being offered to marine customers.
Engineering and Marine Products’ customisable online store, http://www.eamp.co.uk, allows Ocean Workshop customers to access their trade prices online, so ordering these fantastic products at their lowest prices couldn't be easier. Trade or Club Accounts can be set up by calling +44 (0)1420 82209 and speaking to one of the team, or by emailing email@example.com.
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About Ocean Workshop: our range of marine products represents over ten years of expertise now being offered to marine customers direct from http://www.eamp.co.uk