Clear Lakes Products
After a huge first run of sanitizer they started running out of supplies. Production is just a fraction of what it was “we will sell probably 90 percent of our stock today.” And Clearlake chief financial officer Corey McDonald is frustrated. “It was super easy to get into. And then we just started running into the snags with all isopropyl that we'd been allocated, getting pulled from inventory and the packaging. I mean, we could do three to five thousand gallons a day if we had the support, you know, to be able to get the product and the packaging.” As the price of alcohol skyrockets and gets harder to find, production costs skyrockets. But Holesinsky will keep producing sanitising not for the money, but to help people who need it for the boy survive.