It's that time of year. Spring! Memorial Day! Which means that all over the north-eastern US, boaters are taking their boats out of winter storage and getting them ready to launch. But you know what your boat really needs? A really good, thorough, cleaning and detailing. And if you live on Long Island there is no finer place to go for this service than Bikini Boatworks.
I'll let them tell you themselves why you should use them...
"Our name is Sexy, our results are Breathtaking!"
First, our crew wear bikinis by request. If not requested, non abrasive shorts and crew shirts are our standard business attire.
Second, we are the opposite extreme of a typical Bikini Car Wash. Our crew spends hours cleaning and detailing to make your ride its best.
Third, the crew, almost all female, have spent their lifetime learning how to clean, polish and make things sparkle. This knowledge coupled with excellent products and focused training result in a highly effective and focused detailing machine. Every project is done as if it were for ourselves!
Think about it. Do you want some fat old guy, with a plumber's crack, cleaning your boat or do you want this?
Do you want some pimply, teenage boy with muddy shoes trampling all over your boat or do you want this?
Long Tall Sally
And do you want some fat old geezer polishing your pole or do you want this?
It's up to you.
The title of this post, "It's a clean machine!" is, of course, a line from the Beatles 1967 hit single Penny Lane.
In Penny Lane there is a fireman with an hourglass
And in his pocket is a portrait of the Queen.
He likes to keep his fire engine clean
It's a clean machine
This post was written as part of this month's group writing project Please Please Me, in which I invited you to write posts inspired by Beatles song titles or Beatles song lyrics. There's still plenty of time for you to write a post and enter the contest. There might be a prize. Probably not. Unless my friends at Bikini Boatworks want to offer a free boat detailing as a prize? I bet you would write a post for that? Full details of how to enter at Please Please Me.