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John J Curro, Douglas H Benson, John B Strube: Laminate web comprising an apertured layer and method for manufacturing thereof. The Procter & Gamble Company, Angela Marie Stone, Roddy M Bullock, May 2, 2006: US07037569 (114 worldwide citation)

A laminate web comprising a first web, a second web joined to the first web at a plurality of discrete bond sites; and a third material disposed between at least a portion of the first and second nonwovens. The third material is apertured in regions adjacent the bond sites, such that the first and s ...


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Paul Albert Sagel, Robert Stanley Dirksing, Frederick James Rohman: Delivery system for a tooth whitener using a strip of material having low flexural stiffness. The Procter & Gamble Company, Angela Marie Stone, Betty J Zea, April 6, 1999: US05891453 (110 worldwide citation)

A system for delivering a tooth whitening substance to a plurality of adjacent teeth, the delivery system comprising a strip of flexible material having a sufficient flexibility to form a curved shape on a plurality of adjacent teeth and a tooth whitening substance. The strip of material is readily ...


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Paul A Sagel, Robert S Dirksing, Frederick J Rohman: Delivery system for a tooth whitener using a strip of material having low flexural stiffness. The Procter & Gamble Company, Angela Marie Stone, Betty J Zea, Ronald W Kock, March 9, 1999: US05879691 (103 worldwide citation)

A delivery system for a tooth whitening substance includes a strip of material having a flexural stiffness less than about 50 grams/centimeter as measured on a Handle-O-Meter per ASTM test method D2923-95. The strip of material is readily conformable without permanent deformation to a shape of a too ...


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John J Curro, Douglas H Benson, John B Strube: Laminate web. The Procter & Gamble Company, Angela Marie Stone, Roddy M Bullock, April 26, 2005: US06884494 (93 worldwide citation)

A laminate web is disclose, the laminate web comprising a first web, a second web joined to the first web at a plurality of discrete bond sites; and a third material disposed between at least a portion of the first and second nonwovens. The third material is apertured in regions adjacent the bond si ...


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John Joseph Curro, Douglas Herrin Benson, Anthony Stephen Spencer, John Brian Strube: Elastic laminate web. The Procter & Gamble Company, Angela Marie Stone, Roddy M Bullock, December 14, 2004: US06830800 (91 worldwide citation)

An elastic laminate web is disclosed. The elastic laminate web can be non-apertured or apertured, and comprises a first web, and a second web joined to the first web in a face to face relationship at a plurality of discrete bond sites having an aspect ratio of at least 2. The first and second webs f ...


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John Joseph Curro, Ali Abdelaziz Alwattari, Douglas Herrin Benson, Anneke Margaret Kaminiski, Michele Ann Mansfield, John Brian Strube: User-activatible substance delivery system. The Procter & Gamble Company, Angela Marie Stone, March 8, 2005: US06863960 (90 worldwide citation)

A user-activatible substance delivery system of the present invention comprises a first web and a second web, the first and second webs having a periphery and being enclosed about their respective peripheries and defining a void space therein. A substance for delivery upon user activation is dispose ...


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Eric Bryan Bond, Jean Philippe Marie Autran, Larry Neil Mackey, Isao Noda, Hugh Joseph O Donnell: Fibers comprising starch and biodegradable polymers. The Procter & Gamble Company, Angela Marie Stone, September 20, 2005: US06946506 (88 worldwide citation)

Environmentally degradable finely attenuated fibers produced by melt spinning a composition comprising destructurized starch, a biodegradable thermoplastic polymer, and a plasticizer are disclosed. The present invention is also directed to highly attenuated fibers containing thermoplastic polymer mi ...


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Robert S Dirksing, Paul A Sagel, Richard Tweddell III: Delivery system for a tooth whitener using a permanently deformable strip of material. The Procter & Gamble Company, Angela Marie Stone, Ronald W Kock, November 23, 1999: US05989569 (87 worldwide citation)

A delivery system for an oral care substance includes a strip of material having a yield point and thickness such that the strip of material substantially conforms to a shape of a tooth via permanent deformation under a pressure less than about 250,000 Pascals when the delivery system is placed ther ...


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Paul A Sagel, Robert S Dirksing, Frederick J Rohman: Delivery system for an oral care substance using a strip of material having low flexural stiffness. The Procter & Gamble Company, Angela Marie Stone, Betty J Zea, Ronald W Kock, April 13, 1999: US05894017 (86 worldwide citation)

A delivery system for an oral care substance includes a strip of material having a flexural stiffness less than about 50 grams/centimeter as measured on a Handle-O-Meter per ASTM test method D2923-95. The strip of material is readily conformable without permanent deformation to a shape of a tooth an ...


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Robert S Dirksing, Paul A Sagel, Richard Tweddell III: Delivery system for an oral care substance using a permanently deformable strip of material. The Procter & Gamble Company, Angela Marie Stone, Ronald W Kock, April 4, 2000: US06045811 (85 worldwide citation)

A delivery system for an oral care substance includes a strip of material having a yield point and thickness such that the strip of material substantially conforms to a shape of a tooth and its adjoining soft tissue via permanent deformation under a pressure less than about 250,000 Pascals when the ...