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Thomas G Dewees, Frank M Knafelc, James D Mitchell, R Gregory Taylor, Robert J Iliff, Daniel T Carty, James R Latham, Thomas M Lipton: Liquid/supercritical carbon dioxide dry cleaning system. The Clorox Company, Majestic Parsons Siebert & Hsue, December 7, 1993: US05267455 (127 worldwide citation)

A dry cleaning system particularly suited for employing supercritical CO.sub.2 as the cleaning fluid consisting of a sealable cleaning vessel containing a rotatable drum adapted for holding soiled substrate, a cleaning fluid storage vessel, and a gas vaporizer vessel for recycling used cleaning flui ...


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Robert C Beacham, Robert E Switek Jr, Jack Buelow: Multiple liquid proportional dispensing device. The Clorox Company, Majestic Gallagher Parsons & Siebert, April 29, 1986: US04585150 (98 worldwide citation)

The apparatus of this invention is for dispensing two liquids so that the ratio K of the flow rates of the liquids is substantially constant. The apparatus comprises two containers each having a dispensing orifice and an air vent passage having two ends, an inlet end at the outside surface of the co ...


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Richard J Wiersema, Anna G Stanislowski: Enzymatic perhydrolysis system and method of use for bleaching. The Clorox Company, Joel J Hayashida, Michael J Mazza, Harry A Pacini, March 22, 1994: US05296161 (96 worldwide citation)

A perhydrolysis system or activated oxidant system for in situ generation of peracid in aqueous solutions is disclosed including an esterase or lipase enzyme, a source of hydrogen peroxide, and a functionalized ester substrate having the structure ##STR1## wherein R is a substituent having at least ...


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Michael J Hall, James E Rader, Boli Zhou, Karen S Hefter, David J Sayler, Eric Y Park: Advanced cleaning system. The Clorox Company, Ray K Shahani Esq, Joel J Hayashida Esq, Michael Mazza Esq, April 1, 2003: US06540424 (92 worldwide citation)

An advanced cleaning system having a handle portion with a proximal end and a distal end, a cleaning head portion, the cleaning head portion adapted for use with a removable cleaning pad, and a cleaning fluid reservoir fluidically coupled to the cleaning head portion such that cleaning fluid is cont ...


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Anna G Stanislowski, Fred A Heitfeld, Richard J Wiersema, Ayyookaran J Poulose: Proteolytic perhydrolysis system and method of use for bleaching. The Clorox Company, John A Bucher, November 15, 1994: US05364554 (88 worldwide citation)

A perhydrolysis system or activated oxidant system for in situ generation of peracid in aqueous solutions is disclosed including a protease enzyme, a source of hydrogen peroxide and an ester substrate having the general structure ##STR1## where R and R' are alkyl groups unsubstituted or substituted ...


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Robert J Iliff, James D Mitchell, Daniel T Carty, James R Latham, Stephen B Kong: Liquid/supercritical carbon dioxide/dry cleaning system. The Clorox Company, Joel J Hayashida, Michael J Mazza, Harry A Pacini, May 9, 1995: US05412958 (87 worldwide citation)

A dry cleaning system particularly suited for employing supercritical CO.sub.2 as the cleaning fluid consisting of a sealable cleaning vessel containing a rotatable drum adapted for holding soiled substrate, a cleaning fluid storage vessel, and a gas vaporizer vessel for recycling used cleaning flui ...


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James D Mitchell, Daniel T Carty, James R Latham, Stephen B Kong, Robert J Iliff: Liquid/supercritical cleaning with decreased polymer damage. The Clorox Company, Majestic Parsons Siebert & Hsue, December 6, 1994: US05370742 (81 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a cleaning method in which a solvent such as densified carbon dioxide can be used for rapid and efficient cleaning, but with decreased damage to solid components such as buttons. The method comprises contacting a substrate to be cleaned with a first fluid, removing the first f ...


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Alexander Huang, Richard Fayram, John Stiggelbout: End-of-life indicator for water treatment device. The Clorox Company, Francis Law Group, February 23, 1999: US05873995 (79 worldwide citation)

An end-of-life indicator comprising a housing having a chamber therein and attachable to the water treatment device, a diaphragm disposed within the chamber, a rotatable cap having indicia disposed thereon adapted to cooperate with the housing, a spring device for rotating the cap with respect to th ...


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Malcolm A Deleo, Robert L Blum, Maria G Ochomogo, Paul A Pappalardo, Elizabeth N Swayne: Cleaning wipes. The Clorox Company, Joel J Hayashida, January 22, 2002: US06340663 (76 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an improved cleaning wipe which requires no scrubbing, buffing, polishing or rinsing, with the following components:


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