Interior Latex Paint that Kills Bacteria?

I admit that I’m a bit of a germaphobe. I chalk it up to all those years in the medical field. I still spend time teaching Bloodborne Pathogen classes too. All that, with my five kids, and the germs abound!

I saw this ad recently in a construction magazine for Sherwin Williams Paint Shield. It’s touted as a microbicidal paint that stays effective for up to 4 years.

If you’re interested in doing more than just slathering latex in whatever Pantone color is popular at the moment, you should consider this for your home or shelter. As long as funds are available, it’s kind of a no-brainer. I mean, you have to paint anyway, unless you’re going for that Desert Storm plywood look…

Lots of other new news to report…

I’m still churning out more guides and books in my prepper series. You can find them on Amazon for Kindle and print versions or Gumroad for digital versions.

I’m expanding my partnership with Shawn Clay. Soon, we’ll have a series of seminars ready to present to churches. If you have a self-reliant minded pastor, be sure to get in touch.

I signed on to start presenting classes through Skillshare. Be sure to sign up and follow me there for updates on classes that are coming out. All will be affordable. Some will even be free.

Be sure to sign up for my newsletter list. I’m ramping up the production of those with a new focus, and I’ll be giving away most of my new books to my subscribers in exchange for reviews.

This message was written by a team of geeks, nerds, gamers, and Dr. David Powers. You can always find us at Thanks for reading!

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  1. The preparedness seminars are going to be well worth anyone’s time, I guarantee it.

  2. Thanks, great article.

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