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WO/1999/015062A1
A washing system using a washing implement (10) including floppy filaments (12) free at one end, which may be in the shape of a ball, together with a surfactant-based cleanser.  
WO/1999/015063A1
A washing system comprises a washing implement (10) including looped filaments (12), together with a surfactant-based cleanser. The washing implement (10) includes looped filaments (12) attached at one end other than by a pile fabric (20...  
WO/1999/014040A1
A disposable wiping article is disclosed. The disposable wiping article has at least two layers. The first layer has a wet extensibility greater than that of the second layer. The first layer can be an apertured, dry creped web of cellul...  
WO/1999/013759A1
A back scrubber (30) has two pieces of plastic tubular scrim (32, 34) cinched together by a cinching cord. The two pieces (32, 34) when cinched together have a first end and a second end that are movable apart as the two pieces of plasti...  
WO/1999/009873A1
A method for the production of a size-reduced personal cleansing sponge (1) comprising: providing a polymeric mesh (2) personal cleansing sponge in a form suitable for use as a hand held cleansing implement, providing sealable non-air pe...  
WO/1999/009877A1
The invention concerns a porous material, a method for making same and its applications. Said porous material comprises a mixture of cellulose fibres and at least an elastomer and is characterised in that it has a honeycomb structure hav...  
WO1998053752A3  
WO/1999/005950A1
Hygienic water-soluble cleansing paper which has a sufficient wet strength for cleansing human bodies or devices as well as a high solubility in water in a state being impregnated with practically useful cleansing agents with a high mois...  
WO/1998/058580A1
A washing implement which has at least two pieces of extruded open cell mesh having different textures to provide a multi-textured washing implement that meets a unique consumer need for cleaning sensivite parts of the human body, or rou...  
WO/1998/056339A1
The present invention relates to an aqueous odor-absorbing composition which is safe for use on human skin comprising solubilized, water-soluble, uncomplexed cyclodextrin; an oil phase selected from the group consisting of emollients, mo...  
WO/1998/053752A2
An apparatus for cleaning a user's hands has a spray chamber with an opening for user to insert his or her hands into the chamber. A supply of a cleaning solution is provided, and preferably comprises a storage tank with a concentrated s...  
WO/1998/052454A1
The present invention relates to wet wipes for use in wiping surfaces in the home and in industry, in addition to their use on the human body such as for baby wipes, make-up removal and other skin care applications. The wet wipes (1) are...  
WO/1998/052453A1
The present invention relates to wet wipes (1) for use in wiping surfaces in the home and in industry, in addition to their use on the human body such as for baby wipes, make-up removal and other skin care applications. The wet wipes are...  
WO/1998/051862A1
Strong and soft multi-ply tissue paper products useful as absorbent sanitary products such as bath tissue, facial tissue, and absorbent towels are disclosed. At least one internal surface of the tissue paper product has a surface deposit...  
WO/1998/043523A1
The cosmetic glove for make-up removal belongs to the field of cosmetics in general, or more precisely to the body cleaning agents. By the involved invention the problem of removing all types of make-up from the face has been solved and ...  
WO/1998/042284A1
The invention concerns a multi-purpose and multi-use cleaning or treating device, in particular for personal hygiene, comprising at least a cleaning or treating head (20, 13). Said head comprises an element (20) made of sponge plastic ma...  
WO/1998/040207A1
A tissue (10) which has at least one fibrous ply (12). A hydrophobically treated foam (14) stratum is placed on at least one of the fibrous plies (12) in order to prevent the penetration of moisture through the tissue. A hydrophobically ...  
WO/1998/034781A1
The present invention relates to wet wipes (1) for use in wiping surfaces in the home and in industry in addition to their use on the human body such as for baby wipes, make-up removal and other skin care applications. The wet wipes are ...  
WO/1998/033978A1
An adhesive for applying to a creping surface in the process for dry creping tissue paper is disclosed. The adhesive comprises cationic starch and optionally a polyvinyl alcohol and a water-soluble, thermosetting, cationic polyamide-epih...  
WO/1998/028399A1
The invention comprises a kit of parts which comprises, in combination: a) a shaped article comprising a sponge body having a first surface defining a pouch therein, said pouch being adapted to receive and retain a surfactant-containing ...  
WO/1998/028093A1
A device for cleaning extremities or parts thereof comprising a suitable vessel for receiving one or two upper or lower extremities or parts thereof as well as one or several ultrasonic generators, which send ultrasound into the inside o...  
WO/1998/022284A1
The use of a repeating embossing pattern on a wet-laid cellulosic fibrous structure (10) is described to improve the cleaning performance of said cellulosic fibrous structure (10), said embossing pattern being non-continuous in at least ...  
WO/1998/017864A1
A multi-layered paper product. The paper product has individual layers for providing a soft tactile sensation to the user, for providing strength, and for providing bulk. Suitable fibers for increasing bulk may be synthetic fibers, debon...  
WO/1998/012953A1
A container manufactured by pressing and vacuum-drawing a sheet material of plastics and composed of a first member (2) for extracting rods such as applicators and a second member (3) for containing the rods. These first and second membe...  
WO/1998/013549A1
A process for producing uncreped, strong, soft and low dusting tissue paper web (71) useful in the manufacture of soft, absorbent sanitary products such as bath tissue, facial tissue, and absorbent towels is disclosed. The tissue papers ...  
WO1997048427A3  
WO/1998/003741A1
The invention concerns an additional low-level shower for toilet bowls, said low-level shower comprising a mounting (1) on which a shower with a shower head (2), a tubular arm (3), a vertical axis (4) and a lever (5) are mounted. The low...  
WO/1998/001096A1
A personal hygiene device (1) adapted for insertion into the ear canal or the nostrils, e.g. to remove exudate, being an oar-like device having a stem (2) and one or two broad end bodies (3), each at an end of said stem, said body having...  
WO/1998/000605A1
The present invention provides method for making a wet pressed paper web. An embryonic web of papermaking fibers is formed on a foraminous forming member, and transferred to an imprinting member to deflect a portion of the papermaking fi...  
WO/1998/000604A1
The present invention provides method for making a wet pressed paper web. An embryonic web (120A) of papermaking fibers is formed on a foraminous forming member (11), and transferred to an imprinting member (219) to deflect a portion of ...  
WO/1997/049326A1
A cleaning article and a method for the manufacture of the article are described. The article comprises a cloth layer having a wiping surface thereon, the cloth layer comprising microfibers of polyester and nylon and a support adjacent t...  
WO/1997/048427A2
A medical suction and irrigation apparatus includes a suction/irrigation tip removably connected to a conventional suction/irrigation handpiece. Suction is provided through a suction tube which has a bypass conduit in the tip. The bypass...  
WO/1997/047227A1
A premoistened wet wipe provides functional wet strength in use, yet is dispersible if flushed down the toilet so that plumbing and sewage treatment facilities do not become clogged. A particular embodiment of the wipe consists of three ...  
WO/1997/046137A1
A tooth brush having an excellent cleaning effect to detail portions inside an oval cavity to which bacterial plaque easily adheres, such as interdental portions, dental neck portions, pits and fissures, etc., and from which removal of t...  
WO/1997/045256A1
A cleaner impregnated towel comprises a flexible, porous substrate, a cleaner comprising a salt of the coconut fatty acid ester of isethionic acid, and optionally an antimicrobial compound comprising 5-chloro-2-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy) phen...  
WO/1997/044529A1
A multiple ply tissue paper structure is disclosed. The multiple ply tissue paper has at least two plies having discrete low density regions dispersed throughout a continuous relatively high density network. One of the plies has more of ...  
WO/1997/044528A1
A multiple ply tissue paper structure is disclosed. The paper structure includes a ply comprising discrete relatively low density regions dispersed throughout a relatively high density continuous network. The paper structure also include...  
WO/1997/044527A1
A multiple ply tissue paper structure is disclosed. The multiple ply tissue paper has plies having different texture values. In one embodiment, the multiple ply tissue paper has two plies having different calipers and macrodensities. In ...  
WO1997036052A3  
WO/1997/044526A1
A process for dry creping tissue paper comprising the application of creping adhesives in at least two steps. The adhesive applied in at least one of the steps is a polyvinyl alcohol while the adhesive applied in at least one other step ...  
WO1997036037A3
Modified cellulosic fibers are formed by (1) esterifying cellulosic fibers with a 1,2-disubstituted alkene that has at least one carboxylic acid group reactive with cellulosic hydroxyl groups and (2) oxidizing the esterified fibers to fo...  
WO1997036051A3  
WO1997036054A3  
WO1997036053A3
The present invention relates to paper products having temporary wet strength. The paper products contain cellulosic fibers that are treated with a polyaldehyde polymer having free aldehyde groups and a water soluble polyhydroxy polymer....  
WO/1997/038616A1
A personal cleansing implement (10) is made from a hydrophobic piece of tubular scrim (20). The piece of tubular scrim is gathered along a longitudinal axis thereof to form circumferential pleats (12). The circumferential pleats (12) are...  
WO/1997/038843A1
Disclosed are an improved open cell polymer mesh and washing implement made therefrom, which exhibit superior softness, while also retaining good resiliency. To achieve the improved softness and resiliency of the improved washing impleme...  
WO/1997/036054A2
Compounds comprising the oxidation product of a polysaccharide in which the hydroxyl groups in at least a portion of the repeating units of the polysaccharide are cis-hydroxyl groups, the oxidation product comprising aldehyde groups, are...  
WO/1997/036037A2
Modified cellulosic fibers are formed by (1) esterifying cellulosic fibers with a 1,2-disubstituted alkene that has at least one carboxylic acid group reactive with cellulosic hydroxyl groups and (2) oxidizing the esterified fibers to fo...  
WO/1997/036051A2
A temporary wet strength polymer and compositions for paper products, e.g., toilet tissue, is disclosed. The temporary wet strength polymer is the oxidation product of an esterified polyhydroxy polymer, more preferably of an esterified p...  
WO/1997/036052A2
Paper products having high initial wet strengths are disclosed. The paper products comprise cellulosic fibers having free aldehyde groups, which fibers are combined with a water-soluble polymer having functional groups that are reacted w...  

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