Patents

Disposable Nonwoven Pad And Method For Entrapping Pet Hair And Dander

January 19, 2010

A pad comprising at least one high loft nonwoven layer for entrapping pet particles such as pet hair and pet dander from a pet or other items such as furniture or clothing, and a method for entrapping pet particles recently received a patent. The pad preferably includes a cling-enhancing substance. The pad can also include deodorizing agents, an impermeable layer, or a middle absorbent layer for absorbing moisture from or applying treatments to a pet.
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