Coventry Telegraph Feature on Dhillon’s Disinfectant Spray

In a special report by Naomi de Souza, she states how the brewery is offering their disinfectant spray for free to anyone on the frontline that is being forced into contact with people that might be infected.

We have created a powerful disinfectant spray in our brewery, which has already gone out to local community organisations in need.

Speaking to CoventryLive, head brewer Pedro Oliveira said: “Disinfectant spray is the only thing we are making at the moment, it is the same concentration that we use to clean the brewery, and we thought we would use this to give out for free to local front line workers.

“We delivered our first delivery to a local nursing home in Coventry, everything was done by telephone, we then dropped the fluid on their steps, which they then used in the home.”

The brewery is offering their disinfectant spray for free to anyone on the frontline that is being forced into contact with people that might be infected, so this could be nurses, police, frontline carers, volunteers in community organisations. The company have said they are giving out free re-fills to those that qualify too. Pedro said the brewery is only making about 10% of the products that they would normally make, and it was an easy decision to use their facilities to join the community effort.

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