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Daniel William Volpenheim, Christopher Miles Miller, Christopher Lawrence Smith, William Michael Cannon, Robert Edward Stahley, Phillip Cordell Myles, Frederick James Rohman, Chow chi Huang, Todd Mitchell Day: Package and method for controlled metered dose dispensing of a fluid product. The Procter & Gamble Company, Emelyn L Hiland, January 13, 2004: US06675845 (28 worldwide citation)

A method and package for controlled metered dispensing of a fluid product contained in the package having a metered dispensing system, each time the package is opened or uncapped are disclosed. By the present method and package, the maximum amount of product that can be dispensed is limited to a sin ...


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Scott Edward Smith, William Michael Cannon, Wim Wintmolders: System for pressurized delivery of fluids. The Procter & Gamble Company, Larry L Huston, Kim W Zerby, November 24, 2009: US07621468 (17 worldwide citation)

A pressurized spray system. The spray system has a flow path through which contents must pass to be dispensed from the system to the atmosphere. By maintaining the proper proportions of restrictions in the flow path to the spray nozzle exit orifice, a relatively constant mean particle size distribut ...


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Mark John Steinhardt, William Michael Cannon, Nicola John Policicchio, Patricia R Soll, Kuang Kai Liu, Christopher Miles Miller, Kevin Michael Rodgers, David Keith Dycher, Gregory Clegg Spooner, Bengt Ivar Anders Ivarsson, William Fraser Gwynfor Jones, Stanley Yuk Ming Chan: Device having dual renewable blades for treating a target surface and replaceable cartridge therefor. The Procter & Gamble Company, Larry L Huston, Steven W Miller, July 30, 2013: US08495784 (8 worldwide citation)

A device for treating a target surface, such as occurs when cleaning a window. The device has a squeegee blade or other member to apply pressure to the target surface. A sheet movably covers the blade, to present a fresh covering to the target surface with each use. The fresh surface provides for im ...


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Nicola John Policicchio, Leonard Lik Hang Tse, William Michael Cannon, Kenton Ray Lynde, Michael Stephen Maile, Robert Allen Godfroid: Cleaning implements and substrates for cleaning surfaces. The Procter & Gamble Company, Larry L Huston, March 16, 2010: US07676877 (8 worldwide citation)

A cleaning implement for cleaning a soft or a hard surface comprises a handle, a sweeper head, rotating blades and a collection bin. The bottom wall of the collection bin includes an opening that is covered by a cleaning sheet during the cleaning operation. The height of this bottom wall relative to ...


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William Michael Cannon, John Allen Wooton, Benjamin Jacob Clare, Melissa Ann Kreuzer, Christopher Miles Miller: Sprayer with water purifier. The Procter & Gamble Company, Michael J Sambrook, Mark A Charles, Jeffrey V Bamber, March 13, 2007: US07188787 (2 worldwide citation)

A sprayer with a water purifier, a valve system, and a selector switch for the same are disclosed. In one non-limiting embodiment, when the sprayer is in use, the sprayer includes a purifier for purifying water. The sprayer may be compact and ergonomic. The sprayer may include a valve system that pr ...


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John Allen Wooton, Richard Lawrence Horstman, William Michael Cannon: Sprayer purifier cartridge system. The Procter & Gamble Company, Jeffrey V Bamber, Amy I Ahn Roll, November 13, 2007: US07294264 (2 worldwide citation)

A sprayer purifier cartridge system is disclosed. In one non-limiting embodiment, the sprayer purifier cartridge system includes a sprayer for spraying water and a purifier cartridge for purifying water. In this embodiment, the sprayer has a receiving structure for the purifier cartridge, and the ca ...


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Nicola John Policicchio, William Michael Cannon, Patricia R Soll, Kuang Kai Liu, Mark John Steinhardt: Squeegee having at least one renewable blade surface for treating a target surface. The Procter & Gamble Company, Larry L Huston, Steven W Miller, November 12, 2013: US08578543 (1 worldwide citation)

A device for treating a target surface, such as occurs when cleaning a window. The device has plural squeegee blades joined by a head. The head has a slot therethrough. A sheet may be longitudinally move over one or more than one of the blades to renew its surface before, during or after use. Each s ...


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Mark John Steinhardt, William Michael Cannon, Jeremy David Jarrett: Device for treating a target surface and having an ergonomically pivoting handle. The Procter & Gamble Company, Larry L Huston, Steven W Miller, September 22, 2015: US09138886

A device for treating a target, such as cleaning a window. The device has a handle and head, mounted in pivotal relationship to each other. When the head is placed in sliding, contacting relationship with the target surface the handle can pivot relative to the head for the ergonomic convenience of t ...