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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 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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Edward J Kaufmann, Gregory van Buskirk, Robert J Iliff, Chihae Yang: Concentrated non-phosphate detergent paste compositions. May 10, 1988: US04743394 (25 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, the invention provides novel low-temperature-effective non-phosphate detergent paste compositions comprising:


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David Peterson, Loren Chen, Robert J Iliff: Stable liquid nonaqueous detergent compositions. The Clorox Company, Joel J Hayashida, Michael J Mazza, Stephen M Westbrook, October 17, 1989: US04874537 (22 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a stable liquid, substantially nonaqueous, detergent comprising, by weight percent:


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Robert J Iliff, Linda A Bernard, Erle D Mankin: Agglomerated colorant speckle exhibiting reduced colorant spotting. Michael J Mazza, February 25, 1997: US05605883 (11 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a granular colorant speckle exhibiting reduced colorant spotting, the speckle which comprises:


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Marc P Privitera, Christina M Borgese, David J Lestage, Robert J Iliff, Donald Swatling, Gregory van Buskirk: Agglomerated animal litter. The Clorox Company, Ann Lee, August 17, 2010: US07776110 (4 worldwide citation)

Lightweight composite particles, primarily comprising various bentonite clays, but which may include other functional solid particles, are formed by introducing expanding gases or air into the particle forming process. The methods presented create the ability to reduce the bulk density of the compos ...


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Geetha Murthy, Daniela Fritter, Robert J Iliff, Paula Ann Sanchez: Cleaning composition with improved dispensing and cling. The Clorox Company, Alok Goel, David Peterson, December 11, 2007: US07307052 (2 worldwide citation)

A thickened oxidant composition is formulated to be easily and evenly applied to a vertical surface to provide consumer preferred cling to the vertical surface. The composition has a low relaxation constant. The composition is useful in cleaning toilet bowls and other hard surfaces. The composition ...


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Marc P Privitera, Christina M Borgese, David J Lestage, Robert J Iliff, Donald K Swatling, Gregory van Buskirk: Agglomerated animal litter. The Clorox Company, Ann Lee, September 18, 2012: US08268018

Lightweight composite particles, primarily comprising various bentonite clays, but which may include other functional solid particles, are formed by introducing expanding gases or air into the particle forming process. The methods presented create the ability to reduce the bulk density of the compos ...