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Thomas James Klofta, Brandon Ellis Wise, Donald Carroll Roe: Wetness indicator having improved colorant retention and durability. The Procter and Gamble Company, Eric T Addington, Dara M Kendall, Ken K Patel, June 14, 2005: US06904865 (88 worldwide citation)

Wetness indicating compositions having improved colorant retention and durability and to wearable articles comprising this wetness indicating composition are provided.


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Thomas James Klofta, Brandon Ellis Wise, Donald Carroll Roe: Wetness indicator having improved colorant retention. The Procter and Gamble Company, Michael P Hayden, Jay A Krebs, Ken K Patel, August 10, 2004: US06772708 (65 worldwide citation)

A wetness indicating composition comprising a colorant disposed in a carrier matrix. The colorant provides a visible signal when activated by urine. The colorant resists leaching from the carrier matrix by being chemically bound to a component of the carrier matrix. The colorant may be bound by ioni ...


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Thomas James Klofta, Brandon Ellis Wise, Donald Carroll Roe: Wetness indicator having improved colorant retention and durability. The Procter & Gamble Company, Eric T Addington, Matthew P Fitzpatrick, Ken K Patel, January 9, 2007: US07159532 (31 worldwide citation)

Wetness indicating compositions having improved colorant retention and durability and to wearable articles comprising this wetness indicating composition are provided.


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Klofta Thomas James, Wise Brandon Ellis, Roe Donald Carroll: Wetness indicator having improved colorant retention and durability. The Procter & Gamble Company, REED T David, August 28, 2003: WO/2003/070139 (1 worldwide citation)

Wetness indicating compositions having improved colorant retention and durability and to wearable articles comprising this wetness indicating composition are provided.


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Miguel Alvaro Robles Jr, Mattias Schmidt, Donald Carroll Roe, Kara Marie Cain: Absorbent articles with multiple indicating widths. The Procter & Gamble Company, Kathleen Y Carter, February 21, 2017: US09572725

An absorbent article comprises a first location of a first portion of a visual fullness indicating area that is configured to change to a subsequent visual state when indicating the presence of a bodily exudate. At the first location, the first portion has a first overall width. The absorbent articl ...


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Klofta Thomas James, Wise Brandon Ellis, Roe Donald Carroll: Wetness indicator having improved colorant retention and durability. Procter & Gamble, November 17, 2004: EP1476109-A2

Wetness indicating compositions having improved colorant retention and durability and to wearable articles comprising this wetness indicating composition are provided.


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Klofta Thomas James, Wise Brandon Ellis, Roe Donald Carroll: Wetness indicator having improved colorant retention. Procter & Gamble, November 17, 2004: EP1476110-A2

Wetness indicating compositions having improved colorant retention and durability and to wearable articles comprising this wetness indicating composition are provided.


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Thomas James Klofta, Brandon Ellis Wise, Donald Carroll Roe: Wetness indicator having improved colorant retention and durability. The Procter & Gamble Company, The Procter & Gamble Company, August 21, 2003: US20030154904-A1

Wetness indicating compositions having improved colorant retention and durability and to wearable articles comprising this wetness indicating composition are provided.