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Bryan David Haynes, Billy Dean Arnold, Justin Max Duellman, Ryan Clinton Frank, Jeffrey Lawrence McManus, Charles Allen Smith, Ty Jackson Stokes, Kevin Edward Smith, Darryl Franklin Clark, Debra Jean McDowall, Samuel Edward Marmon, Christopher Cosgrove Creagan, Xin Ning, David Lewis Myers: Bicomponent nonwoven webs containing splittable thermoplastic filaments and a third component. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Pauley Peterson & Erickson, February 3, 2004: US06686303 (47 worldwide citation)

An improved nonwoven web composite is formed by combining splittable bicomponent thermoplastic filaments with a component selected from other fibers and particles. The bicomponent filaments include distinct regions of first and second incompatible polymers extending the length of the filaments. Afte ...


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Monica Carlise Fontenot, Terry Pearce Ford, John Wesley Fowler, Jeanette Ann Allen, Ryan Clinton Frank, Gina Kay Rolsten, Richard John Schmidt, Bruce Scott Williamson: Container, shelf and drawer liners providing absorbency and odor control. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Robert A Ambrose, August 9, 2005: US06926862 (11 worldwide citation)

A container liner, shelf liner or drawer liner that will absorb liquids spilled or leaked into a container or onto a shelf or drawer. The liner is a layered product having a layer which is impervious to liquids and an absorbent layer. The absorbent layer further contains a material which is capable ...


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Bruce Scott Williamson, Ryan Clinton Frank, Gina Kay Rolsten: Non-slip nonwoven liner. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Kimberly Clark Worldwide, February 26, 2004: US20040038607-A1

The present invention relates to a non-slip liner or mat which is soft, durable, breathable, allows for air circulation, is mildew resistant, is a barrier and is repositionable. The liner or mat of the present invention is a laminate of at least two layers of nonwoven webs. In addition, the liner or ...


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Monica Carlise Fontenot, Terry Pearce Ford, John Wesley Fowler, Jeanette Ann Allen, Ryan Clinton Frank, Gina Kay Rolsten, Richard John Schmidt, Bruce Scott Williamson: Container, shelf and drawer liners providing absorbency and odor control. Ralph H Dean Jr, Kimberly Clark Worldwide, December 5, 2002: US20020182102-A1

A container liner, shelf liner or drawer liner that will absorb liquids spilled or leaked into a container or onto a shelf or drawer. The liner is a layered product having a layer which is impervious to liquids and an absorbent layer. The absorbent layer further contains a material which is capable ...