KR101300053B1 - Window cleaner - Google Patents

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KR101300053B1
KR101300053B1 KR1020130037949A KR20130037949A KR101300053B1 KR 101300053 B1 KR101300053 B1 KR 101300053B1 KR 1020130037949 A KR1020130037949 A KR 1020130037949A KR 20130037949 A KR20130037949 A KR 20130037949A KR 101300053 B1 KR101300053 B1 KR 101300053B1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L1/00Cleaning windows
    • A47L1/06Hand implements
    • A47L1/12Hand implements for cleaning both sides simultaneously
    • A47L1/13Hand implements for cleaning both sides simultaneously with provision for supplying liquids, e.g. cleaning agents
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47LDOMESTIC WASHING OR CLEANING; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47L1/00Cleaning windows
    • A47L1/06Hand implements
    • A47L1/09Hand implements for cleaning one side with access from the other side only
    • A47L1/095Hand implements for cleaning one side with access from the other side only with provision for supplying liquids, e.g. cleaning agents

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PURPOSE: A window cleaner is provided to easily move a rubber blade and the window cleaner by efficiently changing a magnetic force connecting an inner body and an outer body. CONSTITUTION: A window cleaner comprises an outer cleaning unit (10) and an inner cleaning unit (70). The outer cleaning unit includes a cleaning cloth (14), outer magnet units (20a,20b), a lever (34), outer slides (22a,22b), and a lever driving arm. A rubber blade (30) attached or detached to an outer surface of a window is mounted on one end of the lever and is rotatably connected to an outer main body through a rotary shaft (32). A magnet is installed inside the outer slide vertically moving inside the outer main body. The lever driving arm pulls or pushes the other end of the lever according to the vertical movement of the outer slide and rotates the rubber blade around the rotary shaft. The inner cleaning unit includes an inner slide, an inner slide driving unit, and an inner magnet unit. A magnet in which is attached to the magnet of the outer slide is installed inside the inner slide and vertically moves with the outer slide. The inner slide driving unit is mounted on an inner main body to be vertically moved and moves to the opposite direction of the inner slide. The inner magnet unit is connected to an outer magnet unit of the outer cleaning unit by a magnetic force.

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Window cleaners {Window cleaner}
The present invention relates to a window cleaner tool, and more particularly, to a window cleaner tool for removing contaminants present on the outer surface and / or the inner surface of the glass window while being attached and moved to the inner surface and the outer surface of the glass window by magnetic force, respectively. It is about.
In order to clean the window, the cleaning liquid is absorbed by using a sponge or the like to wipe off contaminants adhering to the inner and outer surfaces of the window, and if necessary, water remaining on the window is removed with a rubber blade. The cleaning of glass windows usually takes a lot of time, and especially in high-rise buildings such as apartments and offices, not only there is a risk of falling accidents, but also difficult to access from the outside, and it is difficult to clean the outside of the windows. Therefore, there is a method in which an expert uses a cleaning machine that hangs on a rope outside the building and directly cleans the outer surface of the window or operates by attaching to the outer surface of the window. However, the cleaning of the outer surface of the window by an expert is also dangerous. However, due to the high cost, it is difficult to clean the outer surface of the window frequently.
On the other hand, a pair of bodies including a sponge and a magnet absorbed by the cleaning liquid is attached to the outer surface and the inner surface of the glass window, respectively, by moving the inner body attached to the inner surface of the glass window, by the magnetic force, the outside attached to the outer surface of the glass window By moving the body together, the apparatus for cleaning the outer surface of the window is disclosed in Patent Publication No. 1999-0073364, Patent Publication No. 10-2006-0092160 and the like. In the window cleaners disclosed in the above documents, only the sponge for supplying the cleaning liquid is provided, or the rubber blade for scraping off the cleaning liquid remaining in the glass window is fixedly installed at the rear end of the sponge together with the sponge for supplying the cleaning liquid. However, in the case where the rubber blade is fixedly installed in this way, in order to remove the cleaning liquid with the rubber blade, there is a disadvantage in that the cleaning mechanism must be moved in only one direction. In order to solve the above disadvantages, Patent Publication Nos. 10-2011-0096942 and 10-1183116 disclose a window cleaner that can attach or detach a rubber blade to or from a glass window based on the principle of magnetic force and lever. . However, in the window cleaners disclosed in the above documents, in order to attach or detach the rubber blade only by the magnetic force and the lever force, or to couple the inner body and the outer body, a relatively large number of magnets are used, as well as rubber Detachable blade, the magnetic force that combines the inner body and the outer body is not changed efficiently, the movement of the rubber blade and the window cleaner mechanism is not smooth, there is a disadvantage that the rubber blade does not efficiently remove the cleaning liquid on the surface of the glass window .
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION An object of the present invention is to provide a window cleaning mechanism capable of efficiently detaching and attaching a rubber blade to a glass window for cleaning water remaining on the glass window outer surface.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a window cleaner mechanism using a relatively small number of magnets to join the inner body and the outer body.
Still another object of the present invention is to provide a window cleaner tool for detachably attaching a rubber blade and efficiently changing the magnetic force for coupling the inner body and the outer body so that the rubber blade and the window cleaner tool move smoothly.
In order to achieve the above object, the present invention provides a window cleaning mechanism including an external cleaning unit and the internal cleaning unit. Here, the outer cleaning unit (a) the outer body to serve as a housing, (b) a cleaning cloth attached to the front of the outer body, supplying the cleaning liquid to the outer surface of the glass window; (c) an external magnet unit installed in the external body; (d) a rubber blade attached to and detached from an outer surface of the glass window at one end thereof, the lever being rotatably coupled to the outer body through a rotating shaft; (e) an external slide having a magnet installed therein, the outer slide slidably moving up and down in the outer body; And (f) a lever driving arm that pulls or pushes the other end of the lever in accordance with the vertical movement of the outer slide to rotate the rubber blade about the rotation axis. In addition, the internal cleaning unit, (a) the inner body to serve as a housing; (b) an inner slide mounted to the inner body to slide upward and downward, and having a magnet attached to the outer slide and a magnet attached to the inner slide to move upward and downward along with the outer slide; (c) an inner slide driving unit mounted to the inner body to slide in the vertical direction and installed to move in a direction opposite to the inner slide; And (d) an inner magnet part installed at a position corresponding to the outer magnet part so as to be coupled to the outer magnet part of the outer cleaning part by magnetic force.
In the window cleaner according to the present invention, the rubber blade for removing water remaining on the outer surface of the glass window is detachably attached to the glass window, the rubber blade is detachable, the magnetic force for coupling the inner body and the outer body is changed efficiently, The movement of the rubber blade and the window cleaner mechanism is advantageous. In addition, the window cleaner according to the present invention, in order to combine the inner body and the outer body, there is an advantage of using a relatively small number of magnets.
1 is a perspective view of a window cleaner according to an embodiment of the present invention.
2 is a vertical cross-sectional view of the window cleaner tool shown in FIG.
Figure 3 is a rear exploded perspective view showing the internal structure of the outer cleaning unit in the window cleaner shown in Figure 1;
4 is a rear exploded perspective view showing the internal structure of the internal cleaning unit in the window cleaner shown in FIG. 1;
5 is a plan view showing the internal structure of the internal cleaning unit in the window cleaner tool shown in FIG.
Figure 6 is a view showing an example of the path in the case of cleaning the glass window using the window cleaner tool according to the present invention.
Figure 7 is a vertical cross-sectional view of the outer cleaning portion used in the window cleaner tool according to another embodiment of the present invention.
Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.
1 is a perspective view of a window cleaner according to an embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 1, the window cleaner tool according to the present invention includes an external cleaning unit 10 and an internal cleaning unit 70. The outer cleaning unit 10 is attached to the outer surface of the glass window (not shown, located between the outer cleaning unit 10 and the inner cleaning unit 70) to be cleaned, supplies the cleaning liquid to the outer surface of the glass window, and also to the outer surface of the glass window It serves to remove residual wash solution and contaminants. The internal cleaning unit 70 draws the external cleaning unit 10 by magnetic force, and attaches the external cleaning unit 10 to the opposite side of the internal cleaning unit 70 with a glass window interposed therebetween. In addition, when holding the handle 60, and moves the inner cleaning unit 70 along the surface of the glass window, the outer cleaning unit 10 also moves along the inner cleaning unit 70.
FIG. 2 is a vertical cross-sectional view (AA line) of the window cleaner tool illustrated in FIG. 1, and FIG. 3 is a rear surface of the window cleaner tool illustrated in FIG. Exploded perspective view. In FIG. 3, the outer cover 12a covering the inside of the outer body 12 is separated from the outer body 12. As shown in Figures 1 to 3, the outer cleaning unit 10, the outer body 12, which serves as a housing (housing); A cleaning cloth (14) attached to the front surface of the outer body (12), the cleaning cloth absorbing the cleaning liquid, and supplying the cleaning liquid to the outer surface of the glass window; External magnet parts (20a, 20b) installed in the outer body (12) so that the outer cleaning part (10) and the inner cleaning part (70) are coupled together by a magnetic force with a glass window in between; And a rubber blade (30) attached to one end (adherent) and detachable (separated) to the outer surface of the glass window so as to scrape and remove the cleaning liquid supplied from the cleaning cloth 14 to the outer surface of the glass window, and a rotating shaft And a lever (34) rotatably coupled to the outer body (12). In addition, the external cleaning unit 10, the magnet (blade drive magnet) is provided therein, the outer slide (22a, 22b) sliding in the vertical direction in the outer body 12; In accordance with the vertical movement of the outer slides 22a and 22b, the lever driving arm 38 which pulls or pushes the other end of the lever 34 to rotate the rubber blade 30 about the rotation shaft 32. , arm).
The cleaning cloth 14 absorbs the cleaning liquid and supplies the cleaning liquid to the glass window to clean the glass window, and reduces the frictional force so that the outer cleaning unit 10 smoothly slides the surface of the glass window. Play a role. Therefore, in the window cleaner according to the present invention, it is not necessary to attach a separate roller. The rubber blade 30 is for scraping off and removing the cleaning liquid remaining on the outer surface of the window like a wiper of an automobile. As the rubber blade 30, a rubber, a synthetic resin, a fiber blade, and the like, which are adhered (attached) to the glass window to be scraped and removed, can be used without particular limitation. In addition, as shown in Figure 1, the rubber blade 30 is installed in the same length as the cleaning cloth 14, parallel to the cleaning cloth 14, adjacent to the cleaning cloth 14 for supplying the cleaning liquid It is preferable.
If the lever 34 can rotate the rubber blade 30 about the rotation axis 32, there is no particular limitation on the form. Preferably, as shown in Figs. 2 and 3, one end of the lever 34 has a structure of a horizontally extending plate support 34a so that the rubber blade 30 can be stably mounted. In addition, the other end of the lever 34 may have a lever arm 34b structure in the form of one or more handles to facilitate the rotation of the rubber blade 30 on the principle of a lever. In addition, between both ends of the lever 34, for example, as shown in FIG. 2, a rotation shaft 32 for rotating the lever 34 is formed on the flat plate support 34a. The distance (the distance between the support point and the force point) from the rotary shaft 32 (support point) to the end (i.e., force point) of the lever arm 34b in the form of a handle is determined by the rubber blade 30 attached to the flat support 34a. It is preferable that it is larger than the distance from the position (acting point) to the rotation axis 32 (distance between the supporting point and the working point), and more preferably 1.5 to 7 times the distance between the supporting tip and the working point. Here, if the distance between the force point and the support point is shorter than the distance between the support point and the action point, there is a fear that the rubber blade 30 cannot be driven with sufficient force.
One end of the lever drive arm 38 is pivotally connected to the outer slides 22a and 22b and the other end is pivotally connected to the other end of the lever 34. Thus, as indicated by the arrows in FIG. 2, when the outer slides 22a and 22b are raised, the lever drive arm 38 pushes up the other end of the lever 34 and raises the lever 34 and the rubber blade ( 30 rotates in a clockwise direction so that the rubber blade 30 is in close contact with the glass window. On the contrary, when the outer slides 22a and 22b are lowered, the lever drive arm 38 pulls down the other end of the lever 34, and the lever 34 and the rubber blade 30 rotate counterclockwise to The rubber blade 30 is spaced apart from the windshield.
At one end of the outer body 12, one or more supporting protrusions to support the lever 34, specifically, the rear surface of the rotated flat support 34a, in which the rubber blade 30 is rotated to contact the glass window. 16 may be formed (see FIG. 3). Since the flat support 34a and the rubber blade 30 have a stick shape extending laterally, the flat support 34a rotates in a clockwise direction (see FIG. 2), so that the rubber blade 30 When contacting the glass window, the flat plate support 34a and the rubber blade 30 may be bent in the form of a bow, so that the removal of the cleaning solution may be incompletely performed. The support protrusion 16 supports the rubber blade 30 and the flat plate support 34a attached to the glass window at predetermined intervals from the rear, thereby preventing the rubber blade 30 and the flat plate support 34a from being bent, and the glass window. Suppresses this incomplete wiping. The number of the supporting protrusions 16 may be 2 to 8, preferably 4 to 6, in proportion to the length of the rubber blade 30 and the flat plate support 34a. Further, preferably, the outer main body 12 has an outer guide for guiding vertical movement of the outer slides 22a and 22b so that the outer slides 22a and 22b slidably move in the vertical direction. 18) is formed (see FIG. 1).
FIG. 4 is an exploded perspective view of a rear surface of the glass cleaner shown in FIG. 1 showing the internal structure of the internal cleaner, and FIG. 5 is a plan view illustrating the internal structure of the internal cleaner. 4 shows a state in which the inner cover 72a covering the inside of the inner body 72 is separated from the inner body 72, and FIG. 5 shows a handle 60 and a connection from the inner body 72. The board 84a is shown in a further separated state. As shown in Figs. 2, 4 and 5, the internal cleaning part 70 includes an internal body 72 serving as a housing; Mounted on the inner body 72 so as to slide in the vertical direction, and a magnet coupled to (attached) by the magnets of the outer slides (22a, 22b) by a magnetic force is installed therein, the outer slide (22a, 22b) and Inner slides 82a and 82b that slide up and down together; An inner slide driver (84) mounted to the inner body (72) to slide in an up and down direction and installed to move in a direction opposite to the inner slides (82a and 82b); And an external magnetic part 20a and 20b of the external cleaning part 10 coupled to each other by magnetic force, such that the external cleaning part 10 and the internal cleaning part 70 are coupled by magnetic force to the outside of the external cleaning part 10. And internal magnet parts 80a and 80b installed at positions corresponding to the magnet parts 20a and 20b. Since the magnets in the inner slides 82a and 82b and the magnets in the outer slides 22a and 22b are coupled by magnetic force with a glass window interposed therebetween, the outer slides 22a and 22b are connected to the inner slides 82a, Go along 82b). As needed, the inner guide 72 is formed in the inner main body 72 to guide the vertical sliding movement of the inner slides 82a and 82b.
The inner slide driving unit 84 is installed to move in opposite directions with the inner slides 82a and 82b. That is, when the inner slide drive unit 84 moves upward, the inner slides 82a and 82b move downward, and when the inner slide drive unit 84 moves downward, the inner slides 82a and 82b move downward. Move upwards. In the present specification, the direction in which the rubber blade 30 is located is called an upper direction. As shown in FIG. 5, the first rack gear (side) of the inner slide (82a, 82b) is moved so that the inner slide driver (84) and the inner slide (82a, 82b) move in opposite directions. 90 is formed, a second rack gear 92 is formed on the side of the inner slide drive 84, the first and second rack gear (90, 92) is a pinion gear (86, pinion gear) and gears Can be combined. Here, the first and second rack gears 90 and 92 are preferably positioned to face (facing) each other. As such, when the first and second rack gears 90 and 92 are positioned to face one pinion gear 86, when the second rack gear 92 is raised, the counterclockwise of the left pinion gear 86 is raised. When the first rack gear 90 is lowered by the directional rotation (or the clockwise rotation of the right pinion gear 86), on the contrary, when the second rack gear 92 is lowered, the clock of the left pinion gear 86 is lowered. By the directional rotation (or counterclockwise rotation of the right pinion gear 86), the first rack gear 90 is raised. As shown in FIG. 5, two inner slides each having second rack gears 92 formed on both sides of the inner slide driving unit 84 facing each other and the first rack gears 90 formed therein When 82a and 82b are respectively coupled to the second rack gear 92 via two pinion gears 86, using two inner slide drives 84, two inner slides 82a and 82b are used. It is preferable because it can drive.
The opposite movement of the inner slide drive 84 and the inner slides 82a and 82b may be implemented by various power transmission means as well as the gear coupling of the rack and pinion shown in FIG. 5. Can be. For example, the inner slide drive 84 and the inner slides 82a and 82b are positioned at both ends of a lever for seesawing, or are opposed to quadrangular rails or belts. When the inner slide driving unit 84 and the inner slides 82a and 82b are positioned on the surface, the inner slide driving unit 84 and the inner slides 82a and 82b may move up and down in opposite directions. .
In the window cleaner according to the present invention, if the user is directly connected to the inner slide driving unit 84, or moving the handle 60 connected through the connecting plate 84a (see Fig. 4) in the upper or lower direction, The inner slides 82a and 82b coupled to the inner slide driver 84 move in the lower or upper direction, and the outer slides 22a and 22b coupled to the inner slides 82a and 82b by magnetic force are also inner slides ( 82a, 82b) to move in the lower or upper direction. In this way, the lever 34 also rotates about the rotational shaft 32 in accordance with the upward or downward movement of the outer slides 22a and 22b, so that the rubber blade 30 is in close contact with or detached from the glass window (Fig. 2).
In addition, as shown in FIG. 5, a tension spring 88 is further provided between the inner slide driving unit 84 and the inner body 72 to assist the lower movement of the inner slide driving unit 84. desirable. Both ends of the tension spring 88 are coupled to the lower ends of the inner slide driving unit 84 and the inner body 72, respectively, so that the inner slide driving unit 84 moves upward, and the inner slide driving unit 84 and As the distance between the lower ends of the inner body 72 increases, the force for pulling the inner slide drive 84 downward increases. Therefore, when the user pulls the handle 60 downward and lowers the internal cleaning unit 70 while the internal slide driving unit 84 is moved upward, by the force of the tension spring 88, The inner slide driving unit 84 moves more quickly and smoothly in the downward direction, and the rubber blade 30 is further moved by the movement of the inner slides 82a and 82b and the outer slides 22a and 22b described above. Quickly attaches to windows. If the rubber blade 30 is not attached to the window quickly, there is a fear that the portion that cannot be cleaned by the rubber blade 30 may remain on the upper end of the window.
In the window cleaner according to the present invention, the outer magnet portion (20a, 20b) of the outer cleaning portion 10 and the inner magnet portion (80a, 80b) of the inner cleaning portion 70 can be coupled to each other by a magnetic force. It is installed at the corresponding position. By the attractive force of the external magnets 20a and 20b and the internal magnets 80a and 80b, unless the user applies a separate force, the external cleaner 10 and the internal cleaner 70 face each other and face each other. Attached. On the other hand, when the user moves the inner cleaning unit 70 in a specific direction, by the magnetic force of the inner magnet unit (80a, 80b), the outer magnet unit (20a, 20b) and the outer cleaning unit 10 also moves along, When the inner cleaning part 70 is separated from the glass window by applying a sufficient force, the outer cleaning part 10 is also separated from the glass window. If the external magnet part 20a, 20b and the internal magnet part 80a, 80b can be combined with the external cleaning part 10 and the internal cleaning part 70 as described above, the type, shape, number, position, etc. There is no special limitation. In addition, in FIGS. 1 to 5, the outer slides 22a and 22b and the inner slides 82a and 82b are respectively installed in two, but the outer slides 22a and 22b and the inner slides 82a, There is no particular limitation on the number of installation of 82b), and depending on the length of the rubber blade 30, one or more, for example, 1 to 10, preferably 2 to 6 may be installed.
In the preferred embodiment of the present invention, as shown in Figures 1, 4, etc., the outer magnet portion 20a, 20b and the inner magnet portion 80a, 80b is the outer body 12 and the inner body 72 In the upper part of the upper part (for example, when the outer body 12 and the inner body 72 is equally divided into two upper and lower parts, the upper part) a total of two may be mounted on each of the left and right ends. In addition, the outer slide (22a, 22b) and the inner slide (82a, 82b) is preferably installed so as to slide between the upper and lower portions of the outer body 12 and the inner body (72). In this manner, when the outer magnet portions 20a and 20b, the inner magnet portions 80a and 80b, the outer slides 22a and 22b and the inner slides 82a and 82b are disposed, the handle 60 is pushed to the inner portion. When the slide drive 84 is moved up (forward), the rubber blade 30 is detached from the glass window, and the outer slides 22a and 22b and the inner slides 82a and 82b are the outer body 12 and the inner body. Located at the lower portion of the 72, the outer magnet portion (20a, 20b) and the inner magnet portion (80a, 80b) is located above the outer body 12 and the inner body (72). Therefore, the outer main body 12 and the inner main body 72 are attached with a uniform force over the entire area, and the cleaning of the glass window by the cleaning cloth 14 is uniform with respect to the entire area of the cleaning cloth 14. It is performed by one force, the upward movement of the outer cleaning unit 10 and the inner cleaning unit 70 is made smoothly. On the other hand, when the handle 60 is pulled down to move the inner body 72 downward, the rubber blade 30 is in close contact with the glass window, and the outer slides 22a and 22b, the inner slides 82a and 82b, Since both the outer magnet portions 20a and 20b and the inner magnet portions 80a and 80b are positioned above the outer main body 12 and the inner main body 72, the outer main body 12 of the rubber blade 30 is located. Since the upper part is more tightly adhered to the glass window, and the lower part of the outer body 12 where the cleaning cloth 14 is located is relatively weakly adhered to the glass window, removal of the cleaning liquid by the rubber blade 30 can be performed more efficiently. have.
As shown in FIGS. 2 and 4, the inner slide driving unit 84 may be equipped with a handle 60 for moving the inner slide driving unit 84. The handle 60 may have a long bag shape, and the handle 60 may be used to easily position and move the inner body 70 to a glass window located at a high place. If necessary, at one end of the handle 60, a stopper 62, which may be mounted on the sliding movement path of the inner slide driving unit 84, may be hinged. When the stopper 62 is fitted into the sliding movement path of the inner slide driving unit 84, the rubber blade 30 and the glass window are always prevented (restricted) by the movement (falling) of the inner slide driving unit 84. Located in the spaced apart state, since only the cleaning cloth 14 is kept in close contact with the glass window, it is useful when cleaning is performed only with the cleaning cloth 14 without using the rubber blade 30. In addition, as necessary, as shown in FIG. 2, a cleaning cloth 76 for wiping the inner surface of the glass window may be attached to the surface contacting the glass window of the inner body 70. The cleaning cloths 14 and 76 used in the window cleaner tool according to the present invention supply a cleaning liquid (soap solution, water, etc.) to the outer surface of the glass window, wipe off contaminants (dust, etc.) adhered to the glass window, or are supplied to the outer surface of the glass window. As a conventional means for absorbing the washing liquid, any conventional means for supplying, absorbing and removing the washing liquid or contaminants such as fibers (woven fabrics, nonwoven fabrics), paper, rubber, and the like, including conventional synthetic resin sponges can be used without limitation. .
Next, with reference to Figures 2 to 5, the operation of the glass window cleaner according to the present invention will be briefly described. In order to clean the glass window using the vacuum cleaner according to the present invention, first, the external cleaning unit 10 and the internal cleaning unit 70 are positioned on the outer surface and the inner surface of the glass window, respectively, and the inner magnet parts 20a and 20b are disposed. By the attraction of the outer magnet portion (80a, 80b), the outer cleaning portion 10 and the inner cleaning portion 70 to be attached to the glass window. In this state, when the handle 60 attached to the inner slide drive 84 is moved upward (push surface), the inner slide drive 84 attached to the handle 60 is upper in the inner body 72. In the direction of movement, and thus the inner slides 82a and 82b slide in the downward direction. Since the inner slides 82a and 82b and the outer slides 22a and 22b are coupled by a magnetic force, the outer slides 22a and 22b also slide downward in the outer body 12. When the outer slides 22a, 22b move downward, the lever drive arm 38 pulls down one end of the lever 34, and the lever 34 and the rubber blade 30 rotate counterclockwise to The rubber blade 30 is spaced apart from the windshield. As such, when the cleaning cloth 14 is in contact with the glass window and the knob 60 is continuously pushed upward, since the rubber blade 30 is spaced apart, the internal cleaning unit 70 and the external cleaning unit 10 are separated. While easily moving, the windshield is cleaned by the cleaning cloth 14. In this way, the cleaning tool is moved in one direction with respect to the glass window, and the cleaning liquid is applied to the glass window, and then the cleaning tool is moved in the opposite direction (for example, downward direction) (pull surface). The driving unit 84 moves downward, and the inner slides 82a and 82b and the outer slides 22a and 22b move upward. Then, the lever drive arm 38 pushes up one end of the lever 34, and the lever 34 and the rubber blade 30 rotate clockwise so that the rubber blade 30 is in close contact with the glass window. In this state, when the handle 60 is pulled downward in a downward direction, the inner cleaning part 70 and the outer cleaning part 10 move downward, and the rubber blade 30 in close contact with the glass window scratches the cleaning liquid applied to the glass window. Serve
6 shows an example of a path (track) in the case of cleaning the window using the window cleaner tool according to the present invention. In the case of the conventional window cleaner tool, since the cleaning cloth 14 and the rubber blade 30 are always attached to the glass window at the same time, the cleaning cloth 14 first contacts the glass window, and then the rubber blade 30 is attached to the glass window. Should be contacted. Therefore, in the conventional window cleaner tool, since the position cleaned once cannot run in the reverse direction, the window must be cleaned while rotating the cleaner tool in a zigzag form (that is, the window cleaner tool cannot be reversed). In addition, the conventional window cleaner mechanism, because the frequent cleaning U-turn the cleaning mechanism when cleaning the glass window, there are many parts that can not be cleaned on the rotational track, the glass window cleaning efficiency is low, the external cleaning unit 10 and the cleaning mechanism during rotation The internal cleaning part 70 may be separated or separated. On the other hand, in the case of the window cleaner tool according to the present invention, by adjusting the detachable attachment of the rubber blade 30, and cleaning the glass window while reciprocating up and down, it is possible to clean the glass window more efficiently than the conventional zigzag left and right movement method.
7 is a vertical cross-sectional view of the external cleaning unit used in the window cleaner tool according to another embodiment of the present invention. Compared to the window cleaner sphere shown in FIGS. 1 to 5, the window cleaner sphere shown in FIG. 7 is characterized in that it has a washing solution aggregation prevention structure that can prevent the washing solution from agglomerating on the rubber blade 30. As shown in FIG. 7, the window cleaner tool having a cleaning liquid aggregation prevention structure is in close contact with or spaced apart from the rubber blade 30 by a lever movement rotating around the anti-aggregation lever rotation shaft 52. A washing liquid agglomeration prevention lever 50 on which the washing liquid absorbing cloth 54 is mounted; And a washing liquid aggregation preventing lever driving arm which is formed on the lever 34 on which the rubber blade 30 is mounted, moves together with the lever 34, and drives the washing liquid aggregation preventing lever 50 to lever. More). Here, the aggregation preventing lever rotation shaft 52 is formed in the outer body 12. FIG. 7A is a view showing a state in which the outer cleaning unit 10 of the window cleaner tool moves downward, and the outer slides 22a and 22b move upward, so that the rubber blade 30 is in close contact with the glass window. In this case, The washing liquid aggregation preventing lever driving arm 34c presses one end of the washing liquid aggregation preventing lever 50 to rotate the washing liquid aggregation preventing lever 50 (counterclockwise), thereby preventing the washing liquid aggregation preventing lever 50 and the washing liquid aggregation preventing lever 50. The rubber blades 30 are spaced apart. In such a state, when the cleaning solution remaining in the glass window is scraped off using the rubber blade 30, the cleaning solution aggregates and remains on each side of the rubber blade 30. FIG. 7B is a view illustrating a state in which the outer cleaning unit 10 of the window cleaner tool moves up and the outer slides 22a and 22b move downward, so that the rubber blade 30 is spaced apart from the window. The washing liquid aggregation preventing lever driving arm 34c freely opens or pulls one end of the washing liquid aggregation preventing lever 50 to rotate the washing liquid aggregation preventing lever 50 (clockwise), thereby preventing the washing liquid aggregation preventing lever 50. ) And the rubber blade 30 to be in close contact. In this way, when the washing liquid aggregation preventing lever 50 and the rubber blade 30 are in close contact, the washing liquid absorbing cloth 54 of the washing liquid aggregation preventing lever 50 absorbs and removes the washing liquid aggregated on the rubber blade 30. , To prevent agglomeration of the washing liquid.
In the embodiment shown in Fig. 7, the washing liquid aggregation preventing lever 50 is driven by the washing liquid aggregation preventing lever driving arm 34c by using a spring, an elastic body, and the like. It is rotated in one direction and is implemented by pressing, pulling or freely opening one end of the washing liquid aggregation preventing lever 50 with the washing liquid aggregation preventing lever driving arm 34c, or the washing liquid aggregation preventing lever driving arm 34c ) And one end of the washing liquid aggregation preventing lever 50 may be rotatably coupled. In addition, if necessary, it is preferable to further install a separate washing liquid absorbing cloth (60, 62) on the front and / or rear of the rubber blade 30, further to prevent the washing liquid to aggregate on the rubber blade (30). Do. The washing liquid agglomeration prevention lever 50 and the absorbent cloths 54, 60, 62 preferably have a structure extending in the longitudinal direction, more preferably having the same length as the rubber blade 30.
Or more, with reference to the specific embodiment, the window cleaner according to the present invention has been described, the present invention is not limited to this, various modifications are possible. For example, in the glass window cleaner of the present invention, only the case of manually moving (driving) the internal cleaning unit 70 using the handle 60 has been described. By mounting the drive means of the automatic window cleaner may be implemented.

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  1. (a) an outer body serving as a housing, (b) a cleaning cloth attached to the front surface of the outer body and supplying a cleaning liquid to the outer surface of the glass window; (c) an external magnet unit installed in the external body; (d) a rubber blade attached to and detached from an outer surface of the glass window at one end thereof, the lever being rotatably coupled to the outer body through a rotating shaft; (e) an external slide having a magnet installed therein, the outer slide slidably moving up and down in the outer body; And (f) an external cleaning unit including a lever driving arm which pulls or pushes the other end of the lever in accordance with a vertical motion of the external slide to rotate the rubber blade about the rotation axis. And
    (a) an inner body serving as the housing; (b) an inner slide mounted to the inner body to slide upward and downward, and having a magnet attached to the outer slide and a magnet attached to the inner slide to move upward and downward along with the outer slide; (c) an inner slide driving unit mounted to the inner body to slide in the vertical direction and installed to move in a direction opposite to the inner slide; And (d) an inner cleaning part including an inner magnet part installed at a position corresponding to the outer magnet part so as to be coupled to the outer magnet part by the magnetic force of the outer cleaning part.
  2. The method of claim 1, wherein the first slide gear is formed on the side of the inner slide, the second rack gear is formed on the side of the inner slide drive, and the first and second rack gears are geared to the pinion gear. And the first and second rack gears are positioned to face each other.
  3. According to claim 2, The second slide gear is formed on both sides of the inner slide driving unit facing each other, The two inner slides formed with the first rack gear is coupled to the second rack gear via the pinion gear, respectively And, thereby, driving the two inner slides using one inner slide drive.
  4. According to claim 1, The inner slide driving portion is formed with a handle for moving the inner slide driving portion and the inner cleaning portion,
    One end of the handle is mounted on the sliding movement path of the inner slide drive, the stopper (limiter) to limit the movement of the inner slide drive is hinged (window), glass cleaner.
  5. According to claim 1, wherein the outer magnet portion and the inner magnet portion is mounted on the upper left and right ends of the outer body and the inner body, respectively, the outer slide and the inner slide is a sliding movement between the upper and lower portions of the outer body and the inner body. It is installed so that the window cleaner.
  6. The inner slide driving unit of claim 1, further comprising a tension spring having both ends coupled to lower ends of the inner slide driving unit and the inner body, wherein the distance between the inner slide driving unit and the lower end of the inner body increases. The force of the tension spring that pulls downwards is to increase the windshield cleaner.
  7. According to claim 1, wherein the anti-agglomeration lever by the lever movement around the axis of rotation, close to or spaced from the rubber blade, washing liquid agglomeration preventing lever is mounted on one end; And
    And a washing liquid anti-agglomeration lever driving arm which is formed on a lever on which the rubber blade is mounted, moves together with the lever and drives the washing liquid anti-aggregation lever.
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