Need Help Avoiding the COVID-19 Virus? Tashman Is Here for You

7769 Santa Monica Blvd.

Health experts say the best way to avoid getting infected with the COVID-19 virus, or infecting someone else, is to cover your mouth and nose.

Surgical mask

And the easiest way to properly do that is with a face mask, which for some West Hollywood residents are hard to find.

The good news? Tashman Home Center has them. In addition to blue surgical masks (and a limited supply of N95 masks), at Tashman you can purchase disposable rubber gloves, and alcohol free, antibacterial hand sanitizer. With your purchase you can get a coupon offering $5 off on a can of Benjamin Moore paint. And there’s a special $5 off coupon for any purchase if you visit the store in May.

Disposable rubber gloves

Tashman already has reached out to healthcare workers on the front line, making an intubation shield for hospital employees interacting with patients and donating it and 100 N95 masks to the USC Verdago Hills Hospital emergency room. It also has donated 500 surgical masks to the Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aging.

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Tashman’s West Hollywood hardware store has been a part of the community since it opened 58 years ago. It offers in-store hardware products and windows and doors, security products, on-site installation and an online hardware store. And now it offers what West Hollywood residents need most during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tashman is located at 7769 Santa Monica Blvd. between North Ogden Drive and North Genesee Avenue. We are open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturdays and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sundays.

Still Open | Always Essential | Forever Helpful. Tashman is here for you

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Robert
1 month ago

Expedited production of N95 masks due to the novel coronavirus pandemic scenario is burgeoning the market growth.

Josh Kurpies
Josh Kurpies
2 months ago

Don’t get me wrong, I like Tashman’s, ut two statements bother me about this sponsored content (aka paid advertising) First: “Health experts say the best way to avoid getting infected with the COVID-19 virus, or infecting someone else, is to cover your mouth and nose.” -Actually from day one they’ve said, wash your hands with soap for 20 seconds often; use a tissue to cough or sneeze and put it into a covered trash bin immediately (cough or sneeze into your elbow if you don’t have a tissue. Masks have only recently been added to guidelines and the purpose is… Read more »

Joshua88
Joshua88
2 months ago
Reply to  Josh Kurpies

Good of you to clarify. Avoiding touching (a la handshakes) and being at least 6 feet away from others is the key way to prevent infection. You only have to wash your hands if you are touching surfaces outside of your home or are outside. Washing your hands otherwise is fairly pointless, unless your hands are dirty or you will be touching food. Masks were only added, I think, because they had enough (supposedly) to cover the frontline workers. They were afraid people would hoard them – and their fear was well founded – which is the only reason, as… Read more »

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