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Shirley T Richards: Garment shield. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Cruzan Alexander, Donald M Sell, Edward T Okubo, November 22, 1977: US04059114 (111 worldwide citation)

A disposable shield for garment protection and everyday feminine hygiene including odor control comprising a very thin, lightweight, highly absorbent structure is disclosed. The shield is soft, rattle-free, supple and easily comformable to the body and the garment and can be securely positioned to t ...


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Thomas Luceri: Garment shield. McNeil PPC, September 15, 1998: US05807365 (81 worldwide citation)

A disposable panty shield comprising a thin, highly absorbent pad having a body-contacting surface, an absorbent layer, a liquid barrier, a positioning means for attaching the pad to an undergarment, and a release layer to protect the positioning means prior to use wherein the has been densified by ...


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Lucaeri Thomas: Garment shield.. Mcneil Ppc, May 18, 1994: EP0597273-A1 (44 worldwide citation)

A disposable panty shield (10) comprising a thin, highly absorbent pad having a body-contacting surface (12), an absorbent layer (16), a liquid barrier (17), a positioning means (18) for attaching the pad to an undergarment, and a release layer (19) to protect the positioning means prior to use wher ...


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Thomas Luceri: Garment shield. McNeil PPC, November 9, 1999: US05981824 (36 worldwide citation)

A process for producing an absorbent article is provided. The process comprises placing an absorbent layer between a body-side, cover layer and a fluid-impermeable, garment-side backing layer wherein the cover layer and the absorbent layer are each comprised of thermoplastic fibers. The cover layer, ...


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Laura Erlich: Garment shield. Jacob N Erlich, March 23, 1999: US05884330 (24 worldwide citation)

A garment shield for preventing an underarm portion of a garment from being damaged or becoming unsightly as a result of perspiration. The shield has an absorbent layer of material, the absorbent layer of material being of a predetermined length and a predetermined width and being foldable substanti ...


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Eleanor Heyman, Lois Nager: Disposable garment shield. Alex Rhodes, December 30, 1986: US04631752 (21 worldwide citation)

A low cost single layer disposable shield for preventing soiling of the underarm portions of a garment comprising a thin coated circular sheet having a moisture absorbing side, an opposite moisture repellant side and an adhesive means on the repellant side for attaching the circular sheet to the und ...


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Rodrigo Alberto TerĂ¡n Dutari: Masculine hygienic device for daily use. Davis & Bujold P L L C, June 25, 2002: US06409712 (19 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a disposable garment shield device for men for use with an undergarment for the purpose of protecting the undergarment from staining and soiling due to secretions from the crotch region and genitalia of the user. The shield is constructed of a plurality of layered fa ...


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Frank B Nager, Louis F Heyman: Odor suppressing disposable garment shield. Alex Rhodes, April 14, 1992: US05103500 (16 worldwide citation)

A disposable garment shield for preventing garment soiling and combatting garment odors caused by perspiration comprising a laminated body having a layer of a non-absorbent polymer, an adhesive material on the non-absorbent layer for attaching the shield to a garment and a moisture absorbing layer o ...


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Carolyn R Jones: Disposable garment shield and method of manufacture. Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh Whinston & Dellett, July 19, 1983: US04393521 (10 worldwide citation)

A disposable garment shield includes a base layer of fusible interfacing superimposed with a moisture barrier layer, a moisture absorbing layer and a porous plastic layer. The shield is formed in a hexagonal configuration facilitating easy production from sheet material. After superposition of the v ...


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Vincent R Sneider: Garment shield with removable outer portions. Ralph R Roberts, December 4, 1984: US04485492 (10 worldwide citation)

This invention discloses a garment shield whose outer contour is convex and arcuate with the shield adapted for underarm protection of a garment. The shield is made to fold along a central portion and a heat seal retains the initial outer periphery. At least one additional heat seal is made in the s ...