US1584566A - Fountain shoe-polish dauber - Google Patents

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US1584566A
US1584566A US448025A US1584566A US 1584566 A US1584566 A US 1584566A US 448025 A US448025 A US 448025A US 1584566 A US1584566 A US 1584566A
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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
    • A47L23/00Cleaning footwear
    • A47L23/04Hand implements for shoe-cleaning, with or without applicators for shoe polish
    • A47L23/05Hand implements for shoe-cleaning, with or without applicators for shoe polish with applicators for shoe polish

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May 11 1926.

WITNESSES V FOUNTAIN SHOE POLISH DAUBER Filed Jan. 24, 1925 INVENTOR Way word Zapz'erzfg ATTORNEYS atented May llli, 11926..

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sermons regimen, or wrrirrrn, ARIZONA.

FOUNTAIN SHOE-1 011811 DAUBER.

a lication filed January 24, 1925. Serial n6. 4,480.

My invention relates to improvements in devices for applying polish to a shoe or like article, and it consists in the combinations, constructions and arrangements here-1n described and claimed.

An object of the invention is the provision of a device of the character described which is adapted to be used to "apply polish to a shoe without causing the hands of the user to be soiled.

A further object of the invention is the provision of a device of the'chagacter described which affords facilities for the application of polish to a shoe or like article in a convenientand eifective manner.

A still further object of fheinv-ention is the provision of a device, which comprises in combination a container for a'plastic polish and a means for applying the polish me shoe'or like article so associated with the container as to produce a unitary construction in which the; polish can be fed to .the means for applying the polish to the shoe as desired.

Other'objects and advantages of the 1nvention will be apparent from the following description, considered in conjunction with the accompanying drawings in which:

Figure 1 isa perspective view of the im proved fountain dauber and 7 3 Figure 2 is a vertical section through the dauber, the container for the polishing substance being shown in elevation.

.The improved dauber comprises a handle 1 which may be an elongated fiat member formed with a vertical opening 2 through an end portion thereof. The opening 2 is enlarged and beveledat its upper end as indicated at 3 for a purpose to be presently set out. y

The device comprises a brush indicated generally at 4. The brush head comprises a tubular core 5 which is preferably although-not necessarily made of wood. The bristles of the brush, indicated at 6, surround the tubular core '5 for part of the length of the latter and also for part of the length of the bristles and are clamped against the' tubular core -5 by a clamping ring 7. The clamping ring 7 preferably is formed of metal but may be made of any suitable material. The tubular core- 5 ex;

tends beyond the corresponding ends of the I bristles and the clamping ring 7 at thehead end of the brush as indicated at 8, the extending end portion 8 being adapted to fit the latter.

The portion of the tubular core 5 that is received in the opening 2 is enlarged internally as indicated at 9 for the reception of an internally screwthreaded bushing 10.

The bushing 10 may include a reduced lower end portion, as indicated at 11 for engagement with the adjacent end portion. of a flexible feed tube 12 which fits on the lower end portion of the bushing 10 and depends from the latter through the bore of the tubular core 5 and centrally of the bristle body 6 nearly to the free ends of the bristles. The feed tube 12 is made of rubber or an other suitable flexible materiaL.

The parts of the device which have been described so far comprise a daubcr which is adapted for use with a collapsible tubular container 13 for a plastic Shoe polish or like fluid, the container, having an externally screw-threaded outlet nipple 14 adapted to engage with the threads of the bushing 10. Ag'collap'si'ble tubular container of the char: acter just described ordinarily has the head end thereof convexo-concave as shown and the bevelled portion 3 of the opening 2 is adapted-to engagewith the convexo-concave head end portion of the container so that '13 can be moved as a unit without any appreciable relative movement between these parts. The Walls of the tubular container -l3.can b'e collapsed and the container can be folded longitudinally in the usuallmanner, r

as by means of the usual key 15.

Fpm the foregoing description of the various parts of the device, the operation thereof may be readily understood. Pressure on the walls of the collapsible container 13 will cause the plastic polish which it holds to be forced fro the container into the feed tube 12'and thence to the-bristles of the brush 4 at the free ends of such bristles.

The likelihood of soiling the hands of the user of the device is'thus obviated since there is no necessity of bringing the fingers of the hand in contact with tie polishing substance. Moreover, the polishing substance will be used economically by means .of-t'he device since the polishing subaance is applied to the free'ends of the bristles, or in other words, to the portions of the bristles which come in contact withthe shoe or other object that is to be polished. When the device is not in use, the bristles will be housed in a cap 16, which is provided at the open end thereof with internal screw threads for engaging with external screw threads on the binding ring 7. The cap 16 thus protects the bristlesof the brush and also shields objects adjacent to the device from the polishing substance on the bristamer. Obviously'my invention is susceptible of.

tles. When the container 13 is empty, a

new and filled container can be substituted in an obvious manner for the empty con- ,embodiments in forms other than that which is exhibited in the accompanying drawings. I therefore consider as my own all such thereof as fairly fall within the scope of the nded claims.

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-1.'In a device of the character described,

a handle having a vertical opening in an depending portion of said core, and means within the upper end portion of said core for connecting said core with the discharge openm modifications and adaptations nipple ofa collapsible container for a'plastic substance.

2. A device 'of the character described comprising an elongated handle having a vertical opening in an end; portion thereof, said vertical opening being enlarged at its upper end, atubular core having the upper end ortion thereof secured in the vertical of .said handle, said tubular core depending below the level of the lower side of the handle, bristles having the upper end portions thereof disposed against the depending portion of said tubular core, a clamping 'ring -surrounding the upper end portions of said bristles and clamping said upper end portions of the bristles against the tubular core, said tubular core having an internal upwardly facing shoulder intermediate its length, a bushing having an internally threaded portion fitting in said core above said shoulder and having a reduced portion extending within the core below the level of the shoulder and in spaced relation to the inner wall of the core, anda flexible discharge tube having the up er end portion thereof fitting on the reduc lower end portion ofthe bushing within sald tubular core, said flexible discharge tube depending among, said bristles and terminating at its lower end above the lower ends of the bristles, the internally threaded upper end portion of the bushing being adapted for engagement with. the discharge nipple of a collapsible container for a plastic substance and the enlarged upper portion of the opening in said handle being adapted to receive the adjacent end of said collapsible container. I

RAYMOND LAPIERRE.

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Cited By (2)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US3164856A (en) * 1962-05-15 1965-01-12 Peter J Samaras Brush attachment for pressurized containers and discharging or ejecting devices
US5403105A (en) * 1993-08-19 1995-04-04 Jameson; King D. Toothbrush with plural supply

Cited By (2)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US3164856A (en) * 1962-05-15 1965-01-12 Peter J Samaras Brush attachment for pressurized containers and discharging or ejecting devices
US5403105A (en) * 1993-08-19 1995-04-04 Jameson; King D. Toothbrush with plural supply

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