In the meantime, I offer the following list. Kleenex, Hoover, Frigidaire, Band-aid, Formica, Q-tips, Marley, Masonite, Makita, Mahoney, McCoy, Bates Plug, BlackWrap, TwistLock, Camlok, Socapex, Klieglight, Leko,
*List of generic and genericized trademarks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
- Aspirin - Still a Bayer trademark name for acetylsalicylic acid in about 80 countries, including Canada and many countries in Europe, but declared generic in the U.S. and elsewhere
- Cellophane – Originally a trademark of DuPont
- Crock pot – Crock-Pot is sold by Rival Industries, but "crock pot" and "crockpot" are common synonyms used by cooks to describe slow cookers
- Dry ice – Trademarked by the Dry Ice Corporation of America in 1925
- Escalator – Originally a trademark of Otis Elevator Company
- Heroin – Trademarked by Friedrich Bayer & Co in 1898
- Kerosene – First used around 1852
- Lanolin – Trademarked as the term for a preparation of sheep fat and water
- Linoleum – Floor covering
- Mimeograph – Originally trademarked by Albert Dick
- Pilates exercise system – United States trademark formally canceled by court in 2000
- Thermos - Originally a Thermos GmbH trademark name for a vacuum flask; declared generic in the U.S. in 1963
- Touch-tone – Dual tone multi-frequency telephone signaling; AT&T states "formerly a trademark of AT&T"
- Trampoline – Originally trademarked by George Nissen for the generic "rebound tumbler"
- Webster's Dictionary – The publishers with the strongest link to the original are Merriam-Webster, but they have a trademark only on "Merriam-Webster", and other dictionaries are legally published as "Webster's Dictionary"
- Yo-Yo - Still a Papa's Toy Co. Ltd. trademark name for a spinning toy in Canada, but declared generic in the U.S. in 1965
- Zipper – Originally a trademark of B.F. Goodrich *