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Robert Y Pan, Eugene P Gosselink: Polyhydroxy fatty acid amides in soil release agent-containing detergent compositions. The Procter & Gamble Company, Jerry J Yetter, Goerge W Allen, July 26, 1994: US05332528 (116 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a detergent composition containing one or more anionic surfactants and one or more soil release agents characterized by the presence of an anionic surfactant-interactive nonionic hydrophile and/or an anionic surfactant-interactive hydrophobic moiety, or both, and a soil release agent-en ...


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Toan Trinh: Articles and methods for treating fabrics in clothes dryer. The Procter & Gamble Company, Robert B Aylor, Richard C Witte, August 16, 1988: US04764289 (38 worldwide citation)

Dryer-added fabric conditioning articles and methods utilizing fabric softener agent and anionic polymeric soil release agent to provide soil release benefits with greater safety for dryer surfaces.


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Ronald M Ruppert, Lenore E Savio: Laundry detergent composition. GAF Corporation, Marilyn J Maue, Joshua J Ward, April 1, 1986: US04579681 (38 worldwide citation)

A laundry detergent composition containing an effective amount of a soil release agent comprising a vinyl caprolactam resin and a standard detergent formulation.


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Shiming Wo, Jeanne Chang, Stephen Kauder: Sulfonated polyester compounds with enhanced shelf stability and processes of making the same. Rhodia, Watov & Kipnes P C, December 2, 2003: US06657017 (33 worldwide citation)

A sulfonated polyester compound useful as a soil release agent having isophthalate and terephthalate groups wherein the molar ratio of isophthalate groups to terephthalate groups is at least 0.15.


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Dominic Wai Kwing Yeung, Vance Bergeron, Jean Francois Bodet, Mark Robert Sivik, Bernard William Kluesener, William Michael Scheper: Block polymers, compositions and methods of use for foams, laundry detergents, shower rinses and coagulants. Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, March 8, 2005: US06864314 (31 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a block polymeric material. Typically the block polymer comprises units capable of having an average cationic charge density of about 15 or less, preferably 5 or less, more preferably from about 0.05 to about 5, even more preferably from about 0.05 to about 2.77, eve ...


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Mark D Evans, Gregory B Huntington, Robert L Stewart, Peter H Wolf, Roger E Zimmerer: Articles and methods for treating fabrics. The Procter & Gamble Company, Leonard Williamson, Richard C Witte, June 7, 1988: US04749596 (30 worldwide citation)

Dryer-added fabric conditioning articles and methods utilizing a fabric softener agent and a polymeric soil release agent. More specifically, damp fabrics are commingled with softener active and polymeric soil release agent in an automatic clothes dryer and are provided with a soft, antistatic finis ...


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Ronald L Jacobsen: Dishwasher detergent composition. The Procter & Gamble Company, Robert B Aylor, Richard C Witte, Thomas H O Flaherty, August 8, 1978: US04105573 (27 worldwide citation)

An automatic dishwasher detergent composition containing a random alkyl phosphonate soil-release agent and certain specific nonionic surfactants and a process for preparing said composition.


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Gosselink Eugene Paul, Hughes Larry James, Larrabee Antoinette Louise, Mermelstein Robert, Washington Nodie Monroe: Stable liquid detergent compositions.. Procter & Gamble, October 29, 1986: EP0199403-A2 (27 worldwide citation)

Heavy-duty liquid detergents containing an essential block polyester soil release agent; anionic surfactant; ethoxylated non-ionic surfactant; optional quaternary ammonium, amine, amide, or amine oxide surfactant; preferably fatty acid and/or poly-carboxylate builders; a neutralization system prefer ...


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Thomas A Borcher Sr, Toan Trinh, Raymond E Bolich Jr: Articles and methods for treating fabrics in dryer. The Procter & Gamble Company, Leonard Williamson, Richard C Witte, July 18, 1989: US04849257 (26 worldwide citation)

Dryer-added fabric conditioning articles and methods utilizing a fabric conditioning composition which is released in the dryer by a dispensing means, the fabric conditioning composition comprising an improved uniform and stable mixture of: a polymeric soil release agent, particularly a higher molec ...


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Geoffrey Bevan: Detergent compositions. Lever Brothers Company, James J Farrell, Melvin H Kurtz, Kenneth F Dusyn, April 26, 1977: US04020015 (25 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a process by which certain soil-release agents are given enhanced activity in detergent compositions by incorporating them in the composition in granules of a carrier, particularly an organic extrudable solid, throughout which the soil-release agent is uniformly dispersed.