Patents

Disposable Personal Articles Which Conform And Adhere

December 3, 2002

A disposable personal article, comprising a polymer with a glass transition temperature ranging from 25-45°C, has been patented. The polymer is located on a surface of the article and aids in sealing the product against the wearer’s skin during use and/or in a position within the article so that the polymer is near the wearer’s skin. The polymer can then reach its glass transition temperature during article use.
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