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US1062053A
US1062053A US72298612A US1912722986A US1062053A US 1062053 A US1062053 A US 1062053A US 72298612 A US72298612 A US 72298612A US 1912722986 A US1912722986 A US 1912722986A US 1062053 A US1062053 A US 1062053A
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11.11. STRONG;

SHAMPOO BRUSH.

APPLICATION FILED SEPT. 28, 1912.

Patented May 20, 1913.

COLUMBIA PLANOGRAIH (IO-.WASHINGTON. D. c.

I UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

HARRY 1\T. STRONG, or orrrcneo, rumors.

SHAMPOOPBRUSH.

Application filed September 28, 1912. Serial No. 722,986.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, HARRY N. STRONG, a citizen of the United States, residing at Chicago, in the county of Cook and State of Illinois, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Shampoo-Brushes,

' of which the following is a specification,

hand bag and used when required, whereby it will be a source of convenience and comfort to commercial travelers, touring automoblllsts or the l1ke whose hair and 'scalps are subjected so often to cinders and dust.

The invention has for its primary object a device of this character, the parts of which may be easily stamped out of sheet metal and otherwise cheaply formed and readily assembled, and which will be eflicient in operation and useful and not liable to get out of order.

A still further object of the invention is a shampoo brush, the parts of which are so constructed and arranged that the device may be easily and naturally grasped by the hand of the operator so as to facilitate and render comfortable the shampooing operation.

This invention has for another main object an improved device of this character, embodying 'a reservoir or receptacle for soap or tonic, a piston mounted therein, and a rod connected to the piston and formed with a finger hold which, in connection with the other parts, is so disposed and arranged that the soap or tonic may be caused to exude through the base plate of the device onto thescalp to a degree or in a volume which may be easily controlled by the finger of the user. And the invention also .aims to generally improve devices of this class and to render them more useful and commercially desirable.

Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented May 20, 1913.

For a full understanding of the invention, reference is to be had to the following description and accompanying drawing, in which,

Figure 1 is a side elevation of a shampoo invention. Fig. 2 is a transverse vertical sectlon thereof, and Fig. 3 isa bottom plan j view.

Corresponding and like parts are referred to In the following description and desig nated 1n the accompanying drawing by. like reference characters.

Referring to the drawing, thenumerall designates the main body member of my imably substantially circular inshape'with a depressed central portion, 2, around which an annular water chamber 3 is formed. Ingressis had to the chamber 3 through an opening 4 formed at any desired point on the annular portionof the body member 1 a nlpple or other hose connection (not shown) being entered in said opening, whereby a hose leading from a spigot or other source of water supply may be easily attached to the brush. The depressed central portion 2 of the body member 1 is designed to accommodate a soap or tonic reservoir 5 which is cylindrical in fOIII1,'1I1 the present embodiment of the device, and which is provided at its bottom with a discharge opening deflned by a depending neck 6 which extends through an' opening 7 in the body memberl and which is designed to be flanged or beaded outwardly, as indicated at 8, into firmlocking engagement with the inwardly turned flange 9 of a neck 10 which is struck upwardly from a base plate 11 at thecenter thereof. The base plate 11, with the body member; 1, constitutes the main Water casing of the device. The base plate 11 is engaged at its edge 12 with the downwardly turned flange 13 of the body member 1, said flange being beaded inwardly around the edge 12 of said base plate, whereby said plate will be securely held to thebody member, the engagement and secure fastening together of these parts brush constructed in accordance with my proved shampoo, brush, the same being preferably: constructed of sheet aluminium or other metal or material and being preferderstood, as clearly illustrated in Fig. 3 that the plate 11 is perforated with any desired number of holes 11.

The base plate 11 is formed near its margin with a circular depression 14 formed with openings 15, as best illustrated in Fig. 2. The heads 16 of soft rubber fingers 17 are received in said depression and the fingers project downwardly through the openings 15 around the perforated portion of the base plate. The soap or tonic reservoir 5 is provided with a detachable cover 18, preferably held thereon by screwthreaded engagement, or otherwise, and an actuating rod 19 passes down through said cover and is movable therein, said rod having a piston 20 secured to its lower end and formed at its upper end with a finger hold 21.

From the foregoing description in connec- 1 tion with the accompanying drawing, the

operation of my improved shampoo brush will be apparent.

In the practical use of the device, soap or tonic or the like is supplied to the reservoir 5 and the cover 18 secured in place, and the entire device is grasped in the hand of the operator, the shape of the device, as is manifest, rendering it easy to grasp it and with one finger, say the second linger of the operators hand, inserted through the finger hold 21 of the actuating rod 19. The device is then rubbed over the scalp, the rubber fingers 17 loosening the scalp and tending to stimulate the flow of blood to the roots of the hair and through the scalp, and the actuating rod 19 is gently pressed downward so as to force the soap or tonic out through the discharge opening of the reservoir and onto the scalp. At any desired time,

p the water is turned on, it being understood that there is a hose connection from the spigot or other source of supply to the body member 1, as hereinbefore specified, and the water will flow in the nature of numerous jets through the perforations 11 of the base plate 10, and as the device is manipulated over the scalp, the head will be properly lathered, and finally rinsed.

It will thus be seen that I have provided a very simple, compact and efiicient shampoo brush which will be a source of convenience and comfort to travelers and others, as well as useful for barbers or others who treat the scalp and hair, and that the device may be easily stamped out. of sheet metal and the parts readily assembled. It is also to be noted that by the construction and arrangement of parts, the heads 16 of the rubber fingers 17 will be securely clamped in position between the overhanging flange at the margin of the body member 1 and the subjacent portion of the base plate 11.

WVhile the accompanying drawing illustrates what I believe to be the preferred embodiment of my invention, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited thereto, but that various changes may be made in the construction, arrangement and proportions of the parts without departing from the scope of the invention, as defined in the appended claims.

The discharge opening which is defined by the neck 6 is preferably closed by a screw plug or similar device (not shown) when the brush is not in service, so as to avoid any possibility of leakage from the reservoir 5.

What I claim is 1. A shampoo brush, including a casing provided with a water inlet and a water outlet, rubbing fingers carried by said casing, a reservoir secured to the casing, the device being provided with a discharge opening leading from the reservoir out through the bottom of the casing, and means carried by the reservoir for expressing the contents of the reservoir out through said last named opening.

2. A shampoo brush, comprising a casing provided with a water chamber, with a water inlet leading into said chamber and with jet orifices leading out from said chamber, a reservoir connected to said cas ing and provided with a discharge opening communicating with the lower face of the casing, a piston mounted in said reservoir, a rod connected to the piston and arranged for manual actuation, and means engaging said rod for guiding the piston in the reservoir.

3 A shampoo brush, including a casing embodying a water chamber and provided with a water inlet opening and jet orifices leading from said chamber, a reservoir connected to said casing and having a discharge opening leading out through the bottom of the casing, a removable cover for the reservoir, a piston movable in said reservoir, and a piston rod connected to the piston and extending through the removable cover.

1. A shampoo brush, comprising a casing embodying a body member, and a perforated base plate connected thereto, said body member being provided with an annular water chamber and with a water inlet leading into said chamber, rubbing fingers carried by the casing and extending downwardly through the base plate thereof, the base plate being formed with an upstanding neck, a reservoir secured to the casing and having an opening leading into said neck, a piston movable in said reservoir, and means for manually actuating said piston.

5. A shampoo brush, comprising a casing embodying a body member, and a perforated base plate connected thereto, said casing being provided with a water chamber and a water inlet opening leading into said chamber, the base plate being formed with openings independent of its perforations, and rubbing fingers extending through the said openings in the base plate and provided with heads clamped between the base plate and the body member.

6. A shampoo brush, including a casing embodying a body member, and a perforated base plate connected thereto, the base plate being formed at its margin with a circular depression and openings extending therethrough in said depression, the body member having a marginal flange overlapping said depression, the casing being provided with a water inlet and rubbing fingers extending through said openings and having heads mounted in said depression and overlapped by the marginal flange of the body member, for the purpose specified.

7. A shampoo brush, including a casing embodying a body member provided with a water chamber and a water inlet leading into said chamber and a perforated base plate connected to said body member, the body member being formed with a centrally disposed depressed portion, a reservoir mounted on said depressed portion and formed in its bottom with a discharge opening, and a neck defining said opening and extending downwardly into the neck of the base plate, the said two necks being formed with interlocking flanges and means carried by said reservoir for forcing the contents thereof out through the bottom discharge opening of the reservoir.

8. A shampoo brush, including a casing having a water inlet and formed. with jet orifices, said body member being of circular formation and formed within its top with a central depression, a cylindrical reservoir secured to the casing and mounted in said depression and provided with a discharge opening leading to the lower face of the casing, a piston mounted in said reservoir, and a rod extending upwardly through the top of the reservoir and connected at its lower end to said piston.

9. A shampoo brush, including a casing consisting of a body member formed with an annular water chamber having a water inlet leading into the same, said body member being further formed with a centrally disposed depressed portion and with an outstanding marginal flange, a base plate formed at its margin with an annular depression, the flange of the body member being interlocked with the edge of the base plate and overlapping said depression, the base plate being further formed in said depression with a plurality of openings and within the circle of said depression with perforations and with an upstanding centrally disposed neck, rubbing fingers extending downwardly through the openings in the base plate and provided with beads clamped between the bottom wall of the depression and the superjacent portion of the flange of the body member, a reservoir mounted in the depressed portion of the body member and formed with a bottom opening and with a depending neck defining said opening and extending into the up standing neck of the base plate, the said two necks having interlocking flanges, a piston movable in said reservoir, and an actuating rod connected at its lower end to the piston and extending upwardly through the top of the reservoir.

In testimony whereof I hereunto affix my signature in the presence of two witnesses.

HARRY N. STRONG.

Witnesses:

KATHRYN H. MILLER,

J. O. SoHULz.

Copies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents. Washington, D. G.

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US2522617A (en) * 1946-09-27 1950-09-19 Sheldon L Ijams Paste and water dispensing brush
US2590527A (en) * 1947-04-03 1952-03-25 Joseph Niedermann Suction massage device
US2642070A (en) * 1949-03-10 1953-06-16 Earl O Lubin Hair conditioning applicator
US3405997A (en) * 1966-06-20 1968-10-15 Valentine E. Diebold Fountain brush
US4143667A (en) * 1975-05-21 1979-03-13 Peilet Lester R Retractable dispensing brushes
US5116253A (en) * 1990-09-14 1992-05-26 Satendra Charitar Shampoo stimulator
US5297565A (en) * 1993-06-21 1994-03-29 Satendra Charitar Bristle for hair stimulator
US6772465B2 (en) 2001-03-28 2004-08-10 Bhavna Mehta Cleansing and massaging utensil
US20040182408A1 (en) * 2002-12-23 2004-09-23 De Laforcade Vincent Device, method, and system for application of a hair product
US20070258749A1 (en) * 2006-05-05 2007-11-08 L'oreal Packaging and applicator device

Cited By (12)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2522617A (en) * 1946-09-27 1950-09-19 Sheldon L Ijams Paste and water dispensing brush
US2590527A (en) * 1947-04-03 1952-03-25 Joseph Niedermann Suction massage device
US2642070A (en) * 1949-03-10 1953-06-16 Earl O Lubin Hair conditioning applicator
US3405997A (en) * 1966-06-20 1968-10-15 Valentine E. Diebold Fountain brush
US4143667A (en) * 1975-05-21 1979-03-13 Peilet Lester R Retractable dispensing brushes
US5116253A (en) * 1990-09-14 1992-05-26 Satendra Charitar Shampoo stimulator
US5297565A (en) * 1993-06-21 1994-03-29 Satendra Charitar Bristle for hair stimulator
US6772465B2 (en) 2001-03-28 2004-08-10 Bhavna Mehta Cleansing and massaging utensil
US20040182408A1 (en) * 2002-12-23 2004-09-23 De Laforcade Vincent Device, method, and system for application of a hair product
US7401612B2 (en) * 2002-12-23 2008-07-22 L'oreal S.A. Device, method, and system for application of a hair product
US20070258749A1 (en) * 2006-05-05 2007-11-08 L'oreal Packaging and applicator device
US8021064B2 (en) * 2006-05-05 2011-09-20 L'oreal Packaging and applicator device

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