Impregnated textile fibrous structures for cleaning purposes
Volatile cleaning solution for mirrors and lenses
Wipe dry improvement of non-woven, dry-formed webs
Absorbent fibrous towel
Cleansing pad and method of making the same
Water based window, glass and chrome cleaner composition
ApplicationNo. 06/381612 filed on 05/24/1982
US Classes:15/104.93, Tool coated or impregnated with material supply510/181, Aqueous liquid composition510/182, With aliphatic alcohol, ether, or ketone component510/422, With diverse non-soap surfactant510/424, Sulfur containing anionically substituted surfactant510/429, Sulfonate surfactant with sulfate monoester surfactant510/434, Polycarboxylic acid component, or acid anhydride or salt thereof (e.g., acrylic acid polymer, maleic anhydride, sodium citrate, etc.)510/435, Ammonia or alkali metal hydroxide or carbonate component510/476Carboxylic acid anhydride, free carboxyl group, or salt thereof in the polymer
ExaminersPrimary: Kittle, John E.
Assistant: Van Le, Hoa
Attorney, Agent or Firm
International ClassesA47L 13/17 (20060101)
A47L 13/16 (20060101)
C11D 17/04 (20060101)
Foreign Application Priority Data1981-05-29 GB
AbstractAn article is disclosed which is suitable for wiping hard surfaces such as glass to give a streak-free finish. The article comprises a substrate (preferably paper or non-woven fabric) carrying a homogeneous aqueous composition having a surface tension below 45 mNm-1 and which on drying does not form discrete droplets or particles larger than 0.25 μm. The liquid composition advantageously includes a (preferably nonionic) surface-active agent and a partially esterified resin such as a partially esterified styrene/maleic anhydride copolymer. The article may be wet (for example, coated or impregnated with the liquid composition) or dry up to the point of use (for example, the liquid may be within pressure-rupturable microcapsules). Preferably the article is produced by a process which includes prewashing the substrate to remove any potentially streak-forming impurities.