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Water-Activated Wipe From S.C. Johnson

November 6, 2012



• US Patent No. 8,278,260 B2; S.C. Johnson & Son has been awarded a patent for a cleaning wipe consisting of a substrate and a cleaning composition impregnated into the substrate.

The cleaning composition consists of a green nonionic surfactant, a green hydrotrope, a green pH adjusting agent, from 0 to 0.001 weight percent streak reduction agent, natural fragrances, water, and optionally a green anionic surfactant and one or more green antimicrobial agents, wherein the green nonionic surfactant is an alkylpolyglycoside, the green hydrotrope is an alkyl glucoside, and the total green surfactant is present from at least 40% weight and up to 80% weight. The cleaning composition has a Natural Index of at least 95%.
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