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Peter Leonard Dawson, Bert Davis Heinzelman, Donald Richard Lamond, John Moldauer, Stephen John Raven: Toothbrush with flexibly mounted bristles. Chesebrough Pond s USA Co Division of Conopco, Milton L Honig, September 8, 1998: US05802656 (179 worldwide citation)

A toothbrush is provided having a handle and a bristle bearing head. The head includes a central skeleton, resilient side members mounted on either side of the central skeleton, tuft mounting receptacles in both the skeleton and the side members, and bristle forming tufts received in both the tuft m ...


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Bert D Heinzelman, Donald R Lamond, John Moldauer: Multi-level bristle tuft toothbrush. Chesebrough Pond s USA Co Division of Conopco, Milton L Honig, February 28, 1995: US05392483 (160 worldwide citation)

A toothbrush is described whose head has a special arrangement of bristle tufts. The arrangement includes a fan-shaped grouping of tufts along left and right edges of the head. Near front and rear ends of the head are a grouping of tufts whose free ends are trimmed to define respective planes slanti ...


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Bert D Heinzelman, Donald R Lamond, Robert Pandorf: Toothbrush with pliable pressure pad. Chesebrough Pond s USA Co Division of Conopco, Milton L Honig, March 21, 1995: US05398369 (131 worldwide citation)

A toothbrush is described whose handle has a special arrangement. The handle includes an elongated handle arm formed of a plastic having a Shore Hardness value of at least 90. A pressure pad is attached to the arm and formed of an elastomer having a Shore Hardness value no higher than 80. Advantageo ...


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George Richard Inns, Stephen John Raven, Derek Guy Savill: Brush having an elastomeric bridge. Chesebrough Pond s USA Co Division of Conopco, Milton L Honig, October 26, 1999: US05970564 (125 worldwide citation)

A brush having a handle at one end thereof and a bristle bearing head characterised in that the bristles are anchored in an elastomeric bridge disposed between the bristles and the head, the bridge forming a bond between the bristles and the head.


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Stephen M Pasternak: Navicular support tennis shoe. Chesebrough Pond s, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, June 9, 1987: US04670998 (115 worldwide citation)

A sports shoe, preferably for tennis includes a rigid stirrup member with a pair of first portions that extend downwardly and rearwardly, on opposite sides of the shoe, to the sole, and a second portion that extends around the back of the shoe and is connected between the first portions. The first p ...


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Donald Lamond, Bert Heinzelman, John Moldauer: Replaceable head toothbrush. Chesebrough Pond s USA Co Division of Conopco, Milton L Honig, March 2, 1999: US05875510 (107 worldwide citation)

A replaceable head toothbrush is described having a handle, a brushhead and a collar. The handle is formed with a cavity within which the collar is insertable. The brushhead at an end thereof is formed with a neck having a coupling anchor for engaging a complementary disengaging mechanism within the ...


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Stephen John Raven, Derek Guy Savill: Toothbrush with flexibly mounted bristles. Chesebrough Pond s USA Co, Milton L Honig, November 30, 1999: US05991959 (98 worldwide citation)

A toothbrush having a handle at one end thereof and a bristle bearing head, the head having a skeleton, a resilient member mounted on at least one side of the skeleton, tuft mounts in the skeleton and/or resilient member for receiving bristles, the resilient member bristle tufts being capable of tog ...


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Euan S Reid, Andrew M Murray: Conditioning shampoo comprising a surfactant, a non-volatile silicone oil and guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride as a cationic conditioning polymer. Chesebrough Pond s USA Co, Honig Milton L, February 4, 1992: US05085857 (92 worldwide citation)

A shampoo composition contains surfactant together with a cationic derivative of guar gum and an insoluble non-volatile silicone present as emulsified particles having average particle size below 2.mu.m. The silicone is preferably incorporated as a pre-formed emulsion.


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James Gentile, John Bengston, Dean Rainey, John Eimer, Alfred G Zammit: Child-resistant closure. Chesebrough Pond s USA Co Division of Conopco, Milton L Honig, December 3, 1996: US05579957 (81 worldwide citation)

A dispensing package is provided with a container and a cap. The cap includes a mechanism to fittingly engage across an open end of the container, a top portion defined by a deck, a skirt wall surrounding the deck, at least one dispensing orifice formed in the deck, a locking aperture with a wide an ...


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