Patents

Absorbent pad for entrapping small and coarse particles, retaining liquids and eliminating odors

May 7, 2012

A particle entrapment pad has been patented by an independent researcher based in New Jersey. Each of said first and second engaging components comprises a base and a plurality of engaging elements extending from the base,  wherein the third elastically extensible flap comprises a first plurality of fiber elements releasably engaged with the first engaging component of said first tab, and wherein the fourth elastically extensible flap comprises a second plurality of fiber elements releasably engaged with the second engaging component of said second tab such that the pant-like disposable absorbent article comprises leg openings and a waist opening and is in a pull-on configuration, wherein at least one of the first, second, third and fourth elastically extensible flaps comprises a plurality of elastic strands.
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