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Publication numberCA2311227 A1
Publication typeApplication
Application numberCA 2311227
Publication date6 Feb 2001
Filing date13 Jun 2000
Priority date6 Aug 1999
Also published asCA2311227C, US6194470
Publication numberCA 2311227, CA 2311227 A1, CA 2311227A1, CA-A1-2311227, CA2311227 A1, CA2311227A1
InventorsAnita Lutz, Anthony Zembrodt
ApplicantBath & Body Works, Inc., Anita Lutz, Anthony Zembrodt
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: CIPO, Espacenet
Sparkle linen spray
CA 2311227 A1
Abstract
A sprayable composition in a pump spray bottle includes a fragrance oil and reflective material. The reflective material is sized to pass through the atomizer of the pump spray bottle. Linens or clothing can be sprayed with the composition to provide a pleasant smell and sparkling appearance to the surfaces sprayed.
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Claims(11)
1. A liquid composition for providing a sparkling appearance to a surface sprayed with the liquid composition, the liquid composition comprising:
a homogenous solution formed from:
40-65% by weight of deionized water; 15-25% by weight of a 0.25% suspending agent solution; 2.5-7.5% by weight of. a clarifying agent; 0.5-1.5% by weight of a non-ionic surfactant having an HLB value greater than 11; 10-20% by weight of a denatured ethyl alcohol; 1-3% by weight of propylene glycol;
and a fragrance oil; and a reflective material suspended in and dispersed throughout the homogenous solution.
2. A liquid composition according to claim 1, wherein the clarifying agent is witch hazel distillate that contains 0.15% by weight benzoic acid.
3. A liquid composition according to claim 1, wherein the reflective material is glitter.
4. A liquid composition according to claim 3, wherein the glitter is 0.008 inch hexagonal diameter glitter.
5. A liquid composition according to claim 1, wherein the reflective material comprises 0.005-1% by weight of the homogenous solution.
6. A sparkling spray comprising:
a transparent container having a pump atomizer and a dip tube;

a liquid spray in the transparent container, the liquid spray being sufficiently non-viscous to dispense through the dip tube and pump atomizer; and 0.005-1.0% by weight of the liquid spray of a reflective material suspended in and dispersed throughout the liquid spray and sized for dispensing with the liquid spray through the pump atomizer.
7. A sparkling spray according to claim 6, wherein the liquid spray is transparent, such that the reflective material is visible suspended in the liquid.
8. A sparkling spray according to claim 6, wherein the reflective material is glitter having a hexagonal diameter of 0.008 inch.
9. A sparkling spray according to claim 8, wherein the liquid spray comprises 40-65% by weight of deionized water;
15-25% by weight of a suspending agent solution; 2.5-7.5% by weight of a clarifying agent; 0.5-1.5% by weight of a non-ionic surfactant having an HLB value greater than 11; 10-20%
by weight of a denatured ethyl alcohol; 1-3% by weight of propylene glycol; and a fragrance oil.
10. A sparkling spray according to claim 9, wherein the non-ionic surfactant is selected from the group consisting of ethoxylated alcohols, ethoxylated alkyphenols and block copolymers.
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Classifications
International ClassificationD06Q1/10, D06P1/00, D06Q1/14, D06M13/00, D06M11/83, D06M23/06, D06M23/02, D06Q1/04
Cooperative ClassificationD06M23/06, D06M11/83, D06Q1/10, D06M23/02, D06M13/005, D06Q1/04, D06P1/0012, D06Q1/14, D06P1/0016
European ClassificationD06M13/00P, D06Q1/14, D06P1/00A4, D06M23/02, D06Q1/10, D06M23/06, D06M11/83, D06Q1/04, D06P1/00A3
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