Patents by Inventor Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet

Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20100115708
    Abstract: Compositions, articles and methods are provided for supplying fabric care benefits to clothing or fabrics in an automated washing machine and by manual washing. The fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% detergent surfactants, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. Similarly, the fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% fabric softener actives, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. The laundry articles can take a variety of forms in a variety of physical states all of which will rapidly dispense a unitized amount of one or more selected fabric care agents to a wash and/or rinse bath solution during the laundering process under a variety of conditions.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 6, 2009
    Publication date: May 13, 2010
    Inventors: Debra Sue Caswell, Robert Gary Welch, Mark William Ridyard, Edward Sayers, David William York, Daniel James Dufton, Simon Howe, Johan Eshuis, Angelina Pena-Romero, Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Wundriari Hoffmann, George Endel Deckner, Errol hoffman Wahl, Ruth Anne Murphy, Charles Albert Hensley, Toan Trinh, Jiten Odhavji Dihora, Ellen Schmidt Baker, Janet Sue Litting, Timothy James Schroeder, Steven Louis Diersing, Malcolm McClaren Dodd, Lois Sara Gallon
  • Publication number: 20100035789
    Abstract: Compositions, articles and methods are provided for supplying fabric care benefits to clothing or fabrics in an automated washing machine and by manual washing. The fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% detergent surfactants, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. Similarly, the fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% fabric softener actives, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. The laundry articles can take a variety of forms in a variety of physical states all of which will rapidly dispense a unitized amount of one or more selected fabric care agents to a wash and/or rinse bath solution during the laundering process under a variety of conditions. The invention also pertains to laundry kits that contain a variety of such articles and instructions concerning their use.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 24, 2009
    Publication date: February 11, 2010
    Inventors: Debra Sue Caswell, Robert Gary Welch, Mark William Ridyard, Edward Sayers, David William York, Daniel James Dufton, Simon Howe, Johan Eshuis, Angelina Pena-Romero, Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Wundriari Hoffmann, George Endel Deckner, Errol Hoffman Wahl, Ruth Anne Murphy, Charles Albert Hensley, Betty Jean Hensley, Toan Trinh, Jiten Odhavji Dihora, Ellen Schmidt Baker, Janet Sue Littig, Timothy James Schroeder, Steven Louis Diersing, Malcolm McClaren Dodd, Lois Sara Gallon
  • Patent number: 7544651
    Abstract: Compositions, articles and methods are provided for supplying fabric care benefits to clothing or fabrics in an automated washing machine and by manual washing. The fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% detergent surfactants, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. Similarly, the fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% fabric softener actives, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. The laundry articles can take a variety of forms in a variety of physical states all of which will rapidly dispense a unitized amount of one or more selected fabric care agents to a wash and/or rinse bath solution during the laundering process under a variety of conditions. The invention also pertains to laundry kits that contain a variety of such articles and instructions concerning their use.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 3, 2006
    Date of Patent: June 9, 2009
    Assignee: The Procter & Gamble Company
    Inventors: Debra Sue Caswell, Robert Gary Welch, Mark William Ridyard, Edward Sayers, David William York, Daniel James Dufton, Simon Howe, Johan Eshuis, Angelina Pena-Romero, Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Wundriari Hoffmann, George Endel Deckner, Errol Hoffman Wahl, Ruth Anne Murphy, Betty J. Hensley, legal representative, Toan Trinh, Jiten Odhavji Dihora, Ellen Schmidt Baker, Janet Sue Littig, Timothy James Schroeder, Steven Louis Diersing, Malcolm McClaren Dodd, Lois Sara Gallon, Charles Albert Hensley
  • Patent number: 7534758
    Abstract: Compositions, articles and methods are provided for supplying fabric care benefits to clothing or fabrics in an automated washing machine and by manual washing. The fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% detergent surfactants, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. Similarly, the fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% fabric softener actives, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. The laundry articles can take a variety of forms in a variety of physical states all of which will rapidly dispense a unitized amount of one or more selected fabric care agents to a wash and/or rinse bath solution during the laundering process under a variety of conditions. The invention also pertains to laundry kits that contain a variety of such articles and instructions concerning their use.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 5, 2008
    Date of Patent: May 19, 2009
    Assignee: The Procter & Gamble Company
    Inventors: Debra Sue Caswell, Robert Gary Welch, Mark William Ridyard, Edward Sayers, David William York, Daniel James Dufton, Simon Howe, Johan Eshuis, Angelina Pena-Romero, Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Wundriari Hoffmann, George Endel Deckner, Errol Hoffman Wahl, Ruth Anne Murphy, Betty J. Hensley, legal representative, Toan Trinh, Jiten Odhavji Dihora, Ellen Schmidt Baker, Janet Sue Littig, Timothy James Schroeder, Steven Louis Diersing, Malcolm McClaren Dodd, Lois Sara Gallon, Charles Albert Hensley
  • Publication number: 20090062173
    Abstract: Compositions, articles and methods are provided for supplying fabric care benefits to clothing or fabrics in an automated washing machine and by manual washing. The fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% detergent surfactants, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. Similarly, the fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% fabric softener actives, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. The laundry articles can take a variety of forms in a variety of physical states all of which will rapidly dispense a unitized amount of one or more selected fabric care agents to a wash and/or rinse bath solution during the laundering process under a variety of conditions. The invention also pertains to laundry kits that contain a variety of such articles and instructions concerning their use.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 5, 2008
    Publication date: March 5, 2009
    Inventors: Debra Sue Caswell, Robert Gary Welch, Mark William Ridyard, Edward Sayers, David William York, Daniel James Dufton, Simon Howe, Johan Eshuis, Angelina Pena-Romero, Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Wundriari Hoffmann, George Endel Deckner, Errol Hoffman Wahl, Ruth Anne Murphy, Charles Albert Hensley, Toan Trinh, Jiten Odhavji Dihora, Ellen Schmidt Baker, Janet Sue Littig, Timothy James Schroeder, Steven Louis Diersing, Malcolm McClaren Dodd, Lois Sara Gallon
  • Patent number: 7494965
    Abstract: Compositions, articles and methods are provided for supplying fabric care benefits to clothing or fabrics in an automated washing machine and by manual washing. The fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% detergent surfactants, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. Similarly, the fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% fabric softener actives, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. The laundry articles can take a variety of forms in a variety of physical states all of which will rapidly dispense a unitized amount of one or more selected fabric care agents to a wash and/or rinse bath solution during the laundering process under a variety of conditions. The invention also pertains to laundry kits that contain a variety of such articles and instructions concerning their use.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 26, 2007
    Date of Patent: February 24, 2009
    Assignee: The Procter & Gamble Company
    Inventors: Debra Sue Caswell, Robert Gary Welch, Mark William Ridyard, Edward Sayers, David William York, Daniel James Dufton, Simon Howe, Johan Eshuis, Angelina Pena-Romero, Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Wundriari Hoffmann, George Endel Deckner, Errol Hoffman Wahl, Ruth Anne Murphy, Betty J. Hensley, legal representative, Toan Trinh, Jiten Odhavji Dihora, Ellen Schmidt Baker, Janet Sue Littig, Timothy James Schroeder, Steven Louis Diersing, Malcolm McClaren Dodd, Lois Sara Gallon, Charles Albert Hensley
  • Publication number: 20080009432
    Abstract: Compositions, articles and methods are provided for supplying fabric care benefits to clothing or fabrics in an automated washing machine and by manual washing. The fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% detergent surfactants, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. Similarly, the fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% fabric softener actives, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. The laundry articles can take a variety of forms in a variety of physical states all of which will rapidly dispense a unitized amount of one or more selected fabric care agents to a wash and/or rinse bath solution during the laundering process under a variety of conditions. The invention also pertains to laundry kits that contain a variety of such articles and instructions concerning their use.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 26, 2007
    Publication date: January 10, 2008
    Inventors: Debra Caswell, Robert Welch, Mark Ridyard, Edward Sayers, David York, Daniel Dufton, Simon Howe, Johan Eshuis, Angelina Pena-Romero, Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Wundriari Hoffmann, George Deckner, Errol Wahl, Ruth Murphy, Charles Hensley, Toan Trinh, Jiten Dihora, Ellen Baker, Janet Littig, Timothy Schroeder, Steven Diersing, Malcolm Dodd, Lois Gallon
  • Publication number: 20070111918
    Abstract: Compositions, articles and methods are provided for supplying fabric care benefits to clothing or fabrics in an automated washing machine and by manual washing. The fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% detergent surfactants, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. Similarly, the fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% fabric softener actives, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. The laundry articles can take a variety of forms in a variety of physical states all of which will rapidly dispense a unitized amount of one or more selected fabric care agents to a wash and/or rinse bath solution during the laundering process under a variety of conditions. The invention also pertains to laundry kits that contain a variety of such articles and instructions concerning their use.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 3, 2006
    Publication date: May 17, 2007
    Inventors: Debra Caswell, Robert Welch, Mark Ridyard, Edward Sayers, David York, Daniel Dufton, Simon Howe, Johan Eshuis, Angelina Pena-Romero, Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Wundriari Hoffmann, George Deckner, Errol Wahl, Ruth Murphy, Charles Hensley, Betty Hensley, Toan Trinh, Jiten Dihora, Ellen Baker, Janet Littig, Timothy Schroeder, Steven Diersing, Malcolm Dodd, Lois Gallon
  • Patent number: 7186680
    Abstract: Compositions, articles and methods are provided for supplying fabric care benefits to clothing or fabrics in an automated washing machine and by manual washing. The fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% detergent surfactants, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. Similarly, the fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% fabric softener actives, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. The laundry articles can take a variety of forms in a variety of physical states all of which will rapidly dispense a unitized amount of one or more selected fabric care agents to a wash and/or rinse bath solution during the laundering process under a variety of conditions. The invention also pertains to laundry kits that contain a variety of such articles and instructions concerning their use.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 23, 2006
    Date of Patent: March 6, 2007
    Assignee: The Procter & Gamble Company
    Inventors: Debra Sue Caswell, Robert Gary Welch, Mark William Ridyard, Edward Sayers, David William York, Daniel James Dufton, Simon Howe, Johan Eshuis, Angelina Pena-Romero, Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Wundriari Hoffmann, George Endel Deckner, Errol Hoffman Wahl, Ruth Anne Murphy, Betty Jean Hensley, legal representative, Toan Trinh, Jiten Odhavji Dihora, Ellen Schmidt Baker, Janet Sue Littig, Timothy James Schroeder, Steven Louis Diersing, Malcolm McClaren Dodd, Lois Sara Gallon, Charles Albert Hensley, deceased
  • Patent number: 7166565
    Abstract: Compositions, articles and methods are provided for supplying fabric care benefits to clothing or fabrics in an automated washing machine and by manual washing. The fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% detergent surfactants, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. Similarly, the fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% fabric softener actives, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. The laundry articles can take a variety of forms in a variety of physical states all of which will rapidly dispense a unitized amount of one or more selected fabric care agents to a wash and/or rinse bath solution during the laundering process under a variety of conditions. The invention also pertains to laundry kits that contain a variety of such articles and instructions concerning their use.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 14, 2005
    Date of Patent: January 23, 2007
    Assignee: The Procter & Gamble Company
    Inventors: Debra Sue Caswell, Robert Gary Welch, Mark William Ridyard, Edward Sayers, David William York, Daniel James Dufton, Simon Howe, Johan Eshuis, Angelina Pena-Romero, Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Wundriari Hoffmann, George Endel Deckner, Errol Hoffman Wahl, Ruth Anne Murphy, Betty Jean Hensley, legal representative, Toan Trinh, Jiten Odhavji Dihora, Ellen Schmidt Baker, Janet Sue Littig, Timothy James Schroeder, Steven Louis Diersing, Malcolm McClaren Dodd, Lois Sara Gallon, Charles Albert Hensley, deceased
  • Publication number: 20060196100
    Abstract: A system and methods for dispensing multiple scents into the environment, and for providing scent-containing articles of manufacture are disclosed.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 2, 2005
    Publication date: September 7, 2006
    Inventors: Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Grover Owens, Pedro Rodriguez, Frank Kvietok, Eric Bartsch, Toan Trinh, Kevin Goodall, Stephen Paljieg
  • Patent number: 7091171
    Abstract: Compositions, articles and methods are provided for supplying fabric care benefits to clothing or fabrics in an automated washing machine and by manual washing. The fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% detergent surfactants, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. Similarly, the fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% fabric softener actives, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. The laundry articles can take a variety of forms in a variety of physical states all of which will rapidly dispense a unitized amount of one or more selected fabric care agents to a wash and/or rinse bath solution during the laundering process under a variety of conditions. The invention also pertains to laundry kits that contain a variety of such articles and instructions concerning their use.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 4, 2005
    Date of Patent: August 15, 2006
    Assignee: The Procter & Gamble Company
    Inventors: Debra Sue Caswell, Robert Gary Welch, Mark William Ridyard, Edward Sayers, David William York, Daniel James Dufton, Simon Howe, Johan Eshuis, Angelina Pena-Romero, Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Wundriari Hoffmann, George Endel Deckner, Errol Hoffman Wahl, Ruth Anne Murphy, Betty Jean Hensley, legal representative, Toan Trinh, Jiten Odhavji Dihora, Ellen Schmidt Baker, Janet Sue Littig, Timothy James Schroeder, Steven Louis Diersing, Malcolm McClaren Dodd, Lois Sara Gallon, Charles Albert Hensley, deceased
  • Publication number: 20060123557
    Abstract: Compositions, articles and methods are provided for supplying fabric care benefits to clothing or fabrics in an automated washing machine and by manual washing. The fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% detergent surfactants, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. Similarly, the fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% fabric softener actives, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. The laundry articles can take a variety of forms in a variety of physical states all of which will rapidly dispense a unitized amount of one or more selected fabric care agents to a wash and/or rinse bath solution during the laundering process under a variety of conditions. The invention also pertains to laundry kits that contain a variety of such articles and instructions concerning their use.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 23, 2006
    Publication date: June 15, 2006
    Inventors: Debra Caswell, Robert Welch, Mark Ridyard, Edward Sayers, David York, Daniel Dufton, Simon Howe, Johan Eshuis, Angelina Pena-Romero, Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Wundriari Hoffmann, George Deckner, Errol Wahl, Ruth Murphy, Charles Hensley, Toan Trinh, Jiten Dihora, Ellen Baker, Janet Littig, Timothy Schroeder, Steven Diersing, Malcolm Dodd, Lois Gallon
  • Publication number: 20060123556
    Abstract: Compositions, articles and methods are provided for supplying fabric care benefits to clothing or fabrics in an automated washing machine and by manual washing. The fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% detergent surfactants, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. Similarly, the fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% fabric softener actives, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. The laundry articles can take a variety of forms in a variety of physical states all of which will rapidly dispense a unitized amount of one or more selected fabric care agents to a wash and/or rinse bath solution during the laundering process under a variety of conditions. The invention also pertains to laundry kits that contain a variety of such articles and instructions concerning their use.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 23, 2006
    Publication date: June 15, 2006
    Inventors: Debra Caswell, Robert Welch, Mark Ridyard, Edward Sayers, David York, Daniel Dufton, Simon Howe, Johan Eshuis, Angelina Pena-Romero, Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Wundriari Hoffmann, George Deckner, Errol Wahl, Charles Hensley, Ruth Murphy, Toan Trinh, Jiten Dihora, Ellen Baker, Janet Littig, Timothy Schroeder, Steven Diersing, Malcolm Dodd, Lois Gallon
  • Patent number: 7056877
    Abstract: Compositions, articles and methods are provided for supplying fabric care benefits to clothing or fabrics in an automated washing machine and by manual washing. The fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% detergent surfactants, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. Similarly, the fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% fabric softener actives, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. The laundry articles can take a variety of forms in a variety of physical states all of which will rapidly dispense a unitized amount of one or more selected fabric care agents to a wash and/or rinse bath solution during the laundering process under a variety of conditions. The invention also pertains to laundry kits that contain a variety of such articles and instructions concerning their use.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 25, 2004
    Date of Patent: June 6, 2006
    Assignee: The Procter & Gamble Company
    Inventors: Debra Sue Caswell, Robert Gary Welch, Mark William Ridyard, Edward Sayers, David William York, Daniel James Dufton, Simon Howe, Johan Eshuis, Angelina Pena-Romero, Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Wundriari Hoffmann, George Endel Deckner, Errol Hoffman Wahl, Ruth Anne Murphy, Betty Jean Hensley, Toan Trinh, Jiten Odhavji Dihora, Ellen Schmidt Baker, Janet Sue Littig, Timothy James Schroeder, Steven Louis Diersing, Malcolm McClaren Dodd, Lois Sara Gallon, Charles Albert Hensley
  • Publication number: 20060067859
    Abstract: Articles, systems and methods for dispensing multiple volatile materials into the environment, including but not limited to scents, are disclosed. Methods for providing volatile material-containing articles of manufacture are also disclosed.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 14, 2005
    Publication date: March 30, 2006
    Inventors: Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Grover Owens, Pedro Rodriquez, Frank Kvietok, Eric Bartsch, Stephan Bush, Brice Westring, Toan Trinh, Kevin Goodall, Stephen Paljieg, Carl-Eric Kaiser
  • Publication number: 20050202990
    Abstract: Compositions, articles and methods are provided for supplying fabric care benefits to clothing or fabrics in an automated washing machine and by manual washing. The fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% detergent surfactants, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. Similarly, the fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% fabric softener actives, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. The laundry articles can take a variety of forms in a variety of physical states all of which will rapidly dispense a unitized amount of one or more selected fabric care agents to a wash and/or rinse bath solution during the laundering process under a variety of conditions. The invention also pertains to laundry kits that contain a variety of such articles and instructions concerning their use.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 4, 2005
    Publication date: September 15, 2005
    Inventors: Debra Caswell, Robert Welch, Mark Ridyard, Edward Sayers, David York, Daniel Dufton, Simon Howe, Johan Eshuis, Angelina Pena-Romero, Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Wundriari Hoffmann, George Deckner, Errol Wahl, Ruth Murphy, Charles Hensley, Betty Hensley, Toan Trinh, Jiten Dihora, Ellen Baker, Janet Littig, Timothy Schroeder, Steven Diersing, Malcolm Dodd, Lois Gallon
  • Publication number: 20050176611
    Abstract: Compositions, articles and methods are provided for supplying fabric care benefits to clothing or fabrics in an automated washing machine and by manual washing. The fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% detergent surfactants, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. Similarly, the fabric care compositions preferably have less than about 5% fabric softener actives, more preferably less than 3%, even more preferably less than 1% and are most preferably free of detergent surfactants. The laundry articles can take a variety of forms in a variety of physical states all of which will rapidly dispense a unitized amount of one or more selected fabric care agents to a wash and/or rinse bath solution during the laundering process under a variety of conditions. The invention also pertains to laundry kits that contain a variety of such articles and instructions concerning their use.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 14, 2005
    Publication date: August 11, 2005
    Inventors: Debra Caswell, Robert Welch, Mark Ridyard, Edward Sayers, David York, Daniel Dufton, Simon Howe, Johan Eshuis, Angelina Pena-Romero, Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Wundriari Hoffmann, George Deckner, Errol Wahl, Ruth Murphy, Charles Hensley, Toan Trinh, Jiten Dihora, Ellen Baker, Janet Littig, Timothy Schroeder, Steven Diersing, Malcolm Dodd, Lois Gallon
  • Publication number: 20050147523
    Abstract: Articles, systems and methods for dispensing multiple volatile materials into the environment, including but not limited to scents, are disclosed. Methods for providing volatile material-containing articles of manufacture are also disclosed.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 16, 2005
    Publication date: July 7, 2005
    Inventors: Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Grover Owens, Pedro Rodriguez, Frank Kvietok, Eric Bartsch, Stephan Bush, Brice Westring, Toan Trinh, Kevin Goodall, Stephen Paljieg, Carl-Eric Kaiser
  • Publication number: 20050147539
    Abstract: A multiple scent-containing article of manufacture for dispensing multiple scents into the environment wherein a number of the scents in the article are related to each other is disclosed. In one variation, the scents are selected from a group of different types of scents. In another variation, certain of the scents, or all of the scents, can be related to each other in that they share a common theme.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 2, 2005
    Publication date: July 7, 2005
    Inventors: Christophe Laudamiel-Pellet, Grover Owens, Pedro Rodriguez, Frank Kvietok, Eric Bartsch, Toan Trinh, Kevin Goodall