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There's been no shortage of, well, shortages over the last year. The latest to add to the list? Paint. According to Sherwin-Williams' CEO John Morikis, the industry is struggling to keep up with high demand after Hurricane Ida halted production of some of the key chemicals and resins needed to make paint. "The persistent and industry-wide raw material availability constraints and pricing inflation...have worsened, and we do not expect to see improved supply or lower raw material pricing in our fourth quarter as anticipated," he said.
If you're planning a home makeover in the next few months or want to paint a room in your house, you may want to go ahead and snag the paint you need now. Here's where to buy paint online while you still can.
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Where to buy paint online
The key thing to remember about the pending paint shortage is that it's just that: pending. That means that there are still plenty of retailers with paint inventory—for now. You can shop in-store or online at home improvement mainstays like The Home Depot or Lowe's or at major retailers like Target or Walmart. You'll also find a generous selection of paint types and colors at Amazon's Paint Center.
Here's where you can still order paint online:
Note: As stock dwindles, color and type selection will become more limited. So if there's a specific paint you have your eye on, you may want to snag it now while you can.
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