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1. WO1997041729 - PROCEDES D'UTILISATION D'ORGANOSILANES RENDUS STABLES A L'EAU

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What is claimed is

1. A method of dyeing and treating a substrate, comprising contacting the substrate with an aqueous composition comprising an aqueous soluble dye suitable for dyeing a substrate and the product formed from reacting:

a. ) an organosilane of the formula RnSiX4- n where n is an integer of from 0 to 3; each R is, independently, a nonhydrolizable organic group, and each X is, independently, a hydrolyzable group, with

b. ) a polyol containing at least three hydroxy groups, wherein any two of the at least three hydroxy groups are separated by at least three intervening atoms,

for a period of time sufficient to dye and treat the substrate.

2. A method of antimicrobially treating a food article, comprising contacting the food article with an effective amount of the product formed from reacting:

a.) an antimicrobial organosilane of the formula RnSiX4-n where n is an
integer of from 0 to 3; each R is, independently, a nonhydrolizable
organic group; and each X is, independently, a hydrolyzable group, with

b.) a polyol containing at least three hydroxy groups, wherein any two of the at least three hydroxy groups are separated by at least three intervening atoms,

for a period of time sufficient to antimicrobially treat the food article.

3. A method of antimicrobially coating a fluid container used for containing a
human or animal consumable product, comprising contacting the container with an effective amount of the product formed from reacting : a. ) an antimicrobial organosilane of the formula RnSiX4-n where n is an
integer of from 0 to 3; each R is, independently, a nonhydrolizable
organic group; and each X is, independently, a hydrolyzable group, with

b. ) a polyol containing at least three hydroxy groups, wherein any two of the at least three hydroxy groups are separated by at least three intervening
atoms,

for a period of time sufficient to antimicrobially coat the container.

4. A method of antimicrobially coating a latex medical article for use in a human or animal medical procedure, comprising contacting the article with an effective amount of the product formed from reacting :

a. ) an antimicrobial organosilane of the formula RnSiX4-n where n is an
integer of from 0 to 3; each R is, independently, a nonhydrolizable
organic group; and each X is, independently, a hydrolyzable group, with

b. ) a polyol containing at least three hydroxy groups, wherein any two of the at least three hydroxy groups are separated by at least three intervening
atoms,

for a period of time sufficient to antimicrobially coat the article.

5. The method of Claim 4, wherein the article is a surgical glove.

6. A method of antimicrobially treating a substrate selected from the group
consisting of a concrete pipe, a tooth brush, a comb, a hair brush, a denture, an orthodontic retainer, a spa or pool filter, an air filter, an HVAC air system, a cabin air system, a marble article, a statue, an exposed work of art, an HDP plastic cover, a silicone or TEFLON® coated fiberglass article, a Dryvitt finish, a stucco finish, blended cotton, a bio-film, a bio-adhesive, a single ply roofing, a roofing shingle, and a fiberglass reinforcement product, comprising contacting the substrate with an effective amount of the product formed from reacting :

a. ) an antimicrobial organosilane of the formula RnSiX4-n where n is an
integer of from 0 to 3; each R is, independently, a nonhydrolizable
organic group; and each X is, independently, a hydrolyzable group, with

b. ) a polyol containing at least three hydroxy groups, wherein any two of the at least three hydroxy groups are separated by at least three intervening atoms,

for a period of time sufficient to antimicrobially treat the substrate.

7. A method of antimicrobially enhancing a product of rubbing alcohol, a flower preservative, or a waterproofing solution, comprising admixing with the product an effective amount of the product formed from reacting :

a .) an antimicrobial organosilane of the formula RnSiX4-n where n is an
integer of from 0 to 3; each R is, independently, a nonhydrolizable
organic group; and each X is, independently, a hydrolyzable group, with

b. ) a polyol containing at least three hydroxy groups, wherein any two of the at least three hydroxy groups are separated by at least three intervening atoms,

for a period of time sufficient to antimicrobially enhance the product.