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ITW Evercoat Launches New Website

New website includes product and technical information on the Evercoat portfolio of products, including premium body fillers and putties, adhesives, sealants, plastic repair product and polyester primers.

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evercoat-logoITW Evercoat announced the launch of its new website designed to be a resource for body shops and body shop technicians. The new website includes product and technical information on the Evercoat portfolio of products, including premium body fillers and putties, adhesives, sealants, plastic repair product and polyester primers. The professional will also find step-by-step instructions on proper repair procedures in the SOP videos.

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“Our new website is truly a resource for all professional body repair technicians worldwide,” said Beth Skove, director of global marketing. “We have designed it to appeal to professionals who are seeking to improve their productivity, and also to the serious DIYer who wants to learn about the latest body repair technologies. We have already seen an increase in traffic on our website as customers seek up-to-date information and videos on our industry-leading products and application methods. It’s also designed to be responsive to various platforms including mobile devices, and information is available in various languages. The website is an important tool for our U.S. and global customers to help them be more productive and to grow their businesses.”

The Evercoat website includes complete product information on all Evercoat products, all Safety Data Sheets, technical data and videos on how to use Evercoat products. To check it out, visit www.evercoat.com.

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