Permatex Aids Hurricane Victims

Dec 21, 2012

Hartford, Conn.-based Permatex, maker of specialty cleaning product Spray Nine, donated needed cleaning and disinfectant supplies to Hurricane Sandy storm victims on the East Coast.

The Spray Nine cleaning products were provided to Gemma E. Moran United Way Labor Food Center in New London, Conn., and Staten Island Giving Circle in Staten Island, N.Y. From the rescue centers, the products were distributed to nearby residents who needed the products to clean up their homes and businesses, according to a press release.

“The families hit by Storm Sandy are coming to the Guyon Rescue to receive cleaning products to clean and disinfect their homes. The product most asked for is Spray Nine as it also kills mold, which helps expedite their recovery,” said Charles Ciacolo of the Staten Island Giving Circle, who expressed his gratitude for Permatex’s donation.

The donation program included Spray Nine Multipurpose Cleaner/Disinfectant, Adirondack Cleaner and disposable gloves.

Christine Patterson, product manager at Permatex and coordinator of the donation program, noted that everyone at the company appreciated the opportunity to make a difference and help their neighbors in need.

Permatex is a manufacturer, distributor and marketer of chemical products for the automotive maintenance and repair markets.