Patents

Disposable Absorbent Articles With Improved Peel Force On Hydrophobic Garment Materials, Particularly Microfibre Materials

November 30, 2010

Patented recently is an absorbent article for personal hygiene, especially a sanitary napkin, panty liner and the like, comprising an adhesive for securing article to the garments of a wearer. This adhesive is capable to establish a bonding of the garment-facing surface of the absorbent article to the garment of the wearer, which is able to resist a peel force of at least 0.6 N per 5 cm, according to the test method herein, on a reference microfiber substrate.
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