INVENTORS’ CIRCLE Newest Patent Approvals Aerosol cap and system for dispensing a fluid from a canister U.S. Patent No. 8,875,951 Houser; Kent A. Kent A. Houser, Twinsburg, OH, patented an aerosol cap that includes an outer hollow shell and an inner hollow shell that is partially enclosed by the outer shell and centrally disposed therein. It is adapted to mate with a canister. The outer hollow shell includes at least one rib element. The inner and outer shells are physically interconnected together by at least one rib element. The inner hollow shell includes a base ring member connected by hinge to a pod member. The pod member includes a button support for receiving a button actuator of the canister. The pod member further includes a cam profile for cooperating with the at least one rib element to transition the aerosol cap between an operative position and a non-operative position upon rotating the outer hollow shell relative to the inner hollow shell. 22 Spray January 2015 u Deodorant Spray U.S. Patent No. 8,865,380 B2 C.B. Fleet Company C.B. Fleet Company, Lynchburg, VA, has patented a deodorant comprised of triethyl citrate, zinc glycinate, cocamidopropylamine oxide and water. It has a pH of 5.5 to 6.5. Single Use Multi-Phase Cleaning System U.S. Patent No. 8,729,000 B2 Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Inc. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Inc., Neenah, WI, has patented a multiphase care system that is comprised of a dispensing unit comprising a first phase formulation capable of providing a first benefit; and a second phase formulation capable of providing a second benefit. The first and second formulations are different formulations that are substantially immiscible and cannot be dispensed from the dispensing unit simultaneously. The first or second formulation is a cleaning formulation comprising a thickener.
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