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Houghton Mark Philip, Jurgens Albertus, Kimpton Paul, Russell Stephen William: Liquid cleaning products.. Unilever, Unilever, October 28, 1992: EP0510762-A2 (126 worldwide citation)

Non-aqueous liquid cleaning product compositions comprise a particulate solid phase dispersed in a non-aqueous liquid phase. The compositions contain a polymer comprising at least one first group capable of association with the particles of the solid phase and at least one second group capable of ex ...


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Albert Robert Eyer: Cold water soluble plastic films. E I du Pont de Nemours & Company, July 1, 1975: US3892905 (122 worldwide citation)

Films, 0.0005 to 0.010 inch thick, which are readily soluble in cold water may be made from a polymer mixture of polyvinyl alcohol or polyvinyl pyrrolidone having a molecular weight average of more than 120,000 and a different polymer, polyvinyl alcohol or polyvinyl pyrrolidone having a molecular we ...


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Gavin B Rowe, Andrew N Smith, Alan Wooten: Wiping article. Lever Brothers Company, Milton L Honig, January 29, 1991: US04987632 (106 worldwide citation)

A substantially dry-to-the-touch wiping article which is suitable for use in cleaning soiled surfaces in the presence of water, comprises an absorbent substrate, having a water-absorption capacity of at least 1g/g, in compound, the surface of the absorbent substrate having applied thereon a moisture ...


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Spitzer Joseph George, Small Marvin, Osipow Lloyd I, Marra Dorothea C: Emulsified propellant compositions for foamed structures such as applicator pads, and process. October 14, 1975: US3912665 (101 worldwide citation)

Foam structures such as applicator pads for cleaning and other purposes are provided, that are formed from emulsified propellant compositions including a synthetic polymer in solution in a low boiling propellant and dispersed or emulsified in an organic liquid as the continuous phase. Such compositi ...


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David L Richardson, Frank J Mueller: Enzyme-containing detergent articles. The Procter & Gamble Company, Edmund F Gebhardt, Richard C Witte, Thomas H O Flaherty, September 19, 1978: US04115292 (86 worldwide citation)

A detergent article, particularly for use in an automatic dishwasher, comprising an enzyme enclosed in an inner water-soluble film carrier, combined with detergent and enclosed in an outer, water-soluble film packet, is disclosed.


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Perez Zamora Pablo O: Dryer-added fabric-softening compositions. The Procter & Gamble Company, January 4, 1972: US3632396 (86 worldwide citation)

Fabric-softening compositions, useful for softening textile fabrics in a standard, automatic, clothes dryer, as well as in the rinse cycle of an automatic washer, consist essentially of a substrate having a substrate coating, which consists essentially of a substantially solid, waxy, cationic or non ...


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Bruno Matthieu Dasque, Nicola Ethel Davidson, Francesco de Buzzaccarini, James Charles Theophile Roger Burckett St Laurent, Valerio Del Duca, Frank William DeNome: Detergent product. The Procter & Gamble Company, Armina E Matthews, Brahm J Corstanie, Kim William Zerby, February 7, 2006: US06995125 (83 worldwide citation)

Compositions in a water-soluble pouch containing at least two compartments, each compartment containing a different component of the composition, where a first compartment contains a first component which contains a liquid matrix and a source of peracid.


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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 (77 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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William A Clark, David Pregozen: Pre-moistened, streak-free, lint-free hard surface wiping article. Sterling Drug, Frederik W Stonner, Paul E Dupont, May 19, 1987: US04666621 (77 worldwide citation)

A pre-moistened wipe for cleaning hard surfaces to a shiny, substantially streak-free and lint-free finish comprising a flexible substrate of a mechanically bonded nonwoven material containing wood pulp and synthetic fibers having incorporated therein a low level of an acrylic polymer and impregnate ...


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Bonett Heather Elizabeth: Bleaching process and composition. Reckitt & Colmann Prod, November 19, 1997: EP0807156-A1 (72 worldwide citation)

A process for bleaching and/or providing limescale removal at a surface, comprising applying to that surface an aqueous composition of hydrogen peroxide or an organic peracid, characterised in that the pH of the composition is 2 or less. A preferred composition comprises H 2 O 2 and HCl, these being ...