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InkJet is using the the same chemicals that are used to manufacturer its inks to make hand sanitizer. The company’s laboratory started producing hand sanitizer at the end of March, following FDA guidelines, to help keep the supply chain running. This includes supplying hand sanitizer to industrial supply companies, transportation companies, hospitals, and healthcare facilities as well as police, firefighters, and all first responders.
Chairwoman, Patricia Quinlan commented, “Our facility has the capacity to produce large quantities of hand sanitizer and we are eager to help during these challenging times.” Quinlan continued, “We, as a company, have a core value that says, “Build the Tribe”, which means that we must support and help one another, and this is a time to extend that out to the community and our country.”
The hand sanitizer manufactured by InkJet, Inc. is a clear liquid and is made to go in spray bottles. It can also be put into existing spray bottles and wall mounts. It is made from grain ethanol, has a pine scent and it does not leave hands sticky or dry. The company is offering the liquid sanitizer is multiple configurations: 8-oz spray bottles as a case of 6 (limit two), 32-oz bottles as a case of 9, One-gal jugs as a case of 4, 5-ga pails and 55-gal drums.
InkJet, Inc. is located in Willis, Tex., and in addition to shipping the product, there is an option to pick it up from their factory.
Orders are only being taken online at https://shop.inkjetinc.com. For larger quantity orders, email firstname.lastname@example.org.