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NOVEMBER 17 - 19, 2020
#hygienix20 @HygienixNow
2020 HYGIENIX Innovation Award™ Presentations
Wednesday, November 18
11:45 am - 12:15 pm

Full-Care® 6217

 Based on the combination of extensive consumer research, voice of hygiene customers study, and our world class adhesives expertise, we identified that there is a need for a new class of positioning adhesives that meet the evolving needs of the millennial consumers and deliver measurable value to the manufacturers of the disposable hygiene products.

The results of these efforts is our new generation of the positioning adhesive, the Full-Care® 6217 that delivers:

- Up to 20% savings through coat weight reduction, compared to the industry leading adhesives.

- Consistently higher peels with no adhesive transfer to undergarments.

- Robust performance on different fabric types like Nylon, Microfiber and Cotton

- Excellent adhesion on both fabric sides for reliable stay-in-place performance.

These benefits of Full-Care® 6217 were highly appreciated by the industry as they address the needs of the modern user, while providing a robust performance and saving to the manufacturers.


» Daniel Everson

Senior Scientist II, H.B. Fuller


Dr. Daniel Everson received his Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Rochester, NY in 2013, which was funded by a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. After completing post-doctoral studies in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities he taught full-time at St. Olaf College (Northfield, MN) and California State University (Chico, CA). He joined the Global Hygiene Technical Team at H.B. Fuller in 2019. He brings with him a strong background in physical organic chemistry, rapid methods development, and a first principles approach to innovation. He has quickly become recognized, both internally and externally, as an expert on positioning adhesives used in feminine hygiene products. He is spearheading global new product innovation through a diverse approach that focuses on using mathematical modeling to connect chemical, physical, and material properties to customer and consumer needs. Dr. Everson is married and has two lovely daughters.