There’s no substitute for lifejacket

A lifejacket is an important piece of equipment to saves lives on the water.
There’s no substitute for lifejacket, you can still have fun on the water while wearing a lifejacket. Even in public pools or water parks, on a dock, boat or jet ski accidents happen in all levels of water. Young children and anyone who cannot swim well should wear a life jacket when they are in or around water.

Our Lifejackets are designed for all boating activities and water conditions. Each has its own maximum buoyancy, performance level, and limitations. You should choose your life jacket based on your boating activities and conditions.

In the past lifejackets were a simple design which was a vest made out of wood or cork. Best example is Titanic. Improvements have been made over many years to make a design that keeps your head above water.

More than two-thirds of all boating fatalities are drowning incidents and 90% of drowning victims were not wearing a life jacket. Yet, millions of people still go out on boats without it. So get a life jacket that is comfortable so that you will wear all the time.

I hope this will help you to understand why you should wear a lifejacket. There are many different types to choose for all types of water activity  from leading manufacturers Seago, Ocean Safety, Crewsaver, Spinlock and Marinepool at Marine Supplies Direct.

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Marine Epoxy filler to use below the waterline

Marine epoxy fillers products are used for filling on metal, glassfibre, wood etc., it is easy to  smooth and sanding, with no shrinkage can be used above or below the waterline. It has numerous uses around the boat, car or home.

Natural characteristics being waterproof, it is a front runner for marine construction and repair. While there are a few options when it comes to boat repair, the filler seems to be the most favoured compound to use.

 

It consists of two parts 1:1 mix  It is crucial when using any epoxy, not just marine epoxy filler, that you follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Epoxy that has too much, or too little, hardener will not achieve full strength when cured.

Epoxy resins, hardeners, fillers and solvents contain potentially dangerous chemicals. Avoid getting them on your skin by wearing disposable gloves.

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