Sherwin Williams donates 250,000 PPE items to those on the frontlines of COVID-19

Has also started to make hand sanitizer
Sherwin Williams
Posted at 3:09 PM, Apr 05, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-05 17:42:22-04

CLEVELAND — Sherwin Williams has donated 250,000 masks, gloves and lab coats to health care workers across the country who are fighting COVID-19.

The company said they are beginning to manufacture hand sanitizer at some of their plants and will be donating it to those in need.

"Additionally, we continue to supply critical products to create and maintain clean and healthy environments for customers who support vital health care facilities, manufacturing plants and other infrastructure. We also supply customers involved in important applications such as food and beverage packaging, health care equipment, and energy infrastructure. Over the past few weeks alone, we delivered critical coatings products to producers of ventilators, oxygen tanks and hospital bedframes," a spokesperson from Sherwin Williams said.

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