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Water-Activated Multi-Functional Wipe Patented by SC Johnson

November 4, 2013

US Patent No. 8,541,356 B2; SC Johnson has patented a cleaning wipe substrate having at least a first section and a second section, the first section and the second section each being physically distinct regions of the substrate. The cleaning composition is releasably associated with the first section, the cleaning composition comprising a green surfactant; and disinfecting/sanitizing composition releasably associated with the second section, the disinfecting/sanitizing composition comprising a green disinfecting/sanitizing agent. The first and second sections are positioned relative to each other to prevent contact between the cleaning composition and the disinfecting/sanitizing composition when the cleaning wipe is substantially free of water.
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