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US20070074426A1
US20070074426A1 US11/250,389 US25038905A US2007074426A1 US 20070074426 A1 US20070074426 A1 US 20070074426A1 US 25038905 A US25038905 A US 25038905A US 2007074426 A1 US2007074426 A1 US 2007074426A1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
    • A43B17/00Insoles for insertion, e.g. footbeds or inlays, for attachment to the shoe after the upper has been joined
    • A43B17/10Insoles for insertion, e.g. footbeds or inlays, for attachment to the shoe after the upper has been joined specially adapted for sweaty feet; waterproof
    • A43B17/102Moisture absorbing socks; Moisture dissipating socks
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41BSHIRTS; UNDERWEAR; BABY LINEN; HANDKERCHIEFS
    • A41B11/00Hosiery; Panti-hose
    • A41B11/004Hosiery with separated toe sections
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
    • A43B1/00Footwear characterised by the material
    • A43B1/0045Footwear made at least partially of deodorant means
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
    • A43B17/00Insoles for insertion, e.g. footbeds or inlays, for attachment to the shoe after the upper has been joined
    • A43B17/003Insoles for insertion, e.g. footbeds or inlays, for attachment to the shoe after the upper has been joined characterised by the material
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
    • A43B19/00Shoe-shaped inserts; Inserts covering the instep
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
    • A43B7/00Footwear with health or hygienic arrangements
    • A43B7/14Footwear with foot-supporting parts
    • A43B7/26Footwear with toe-spacers or toe-spreaders

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Disclosed is a digital absorbent pad of any size, shape and material comprising a twisted, wrapped, layered, bent, rolled and folded formation for multiple usages, including a comfortable insertion or placement in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being for the treatment and prevention of all symptoms of athlete's foot. This invention is designed and constructed to be comfortably worn during the day time and/or night time, including while the user of this absorbent pad wears regular enclosed boots, shoes, sneakers and/or socks, stockings, tights or footies during military activities to counter terrorism, regular military activities, regular civilian activities, regular work activities, regular sports activities and other activities. Alternately, this invention is also designed and constructed for comfort wear during the daytime and/or nighttime by the user with or without regular enclosed boots, shoes, sneaker, socks, stockings, tights or footies, including during bedtime. The digital absorbent pad of the present invention may be of a disposable material and of a cleanable non-disposable material. This digital absorbent pad may be designed and constructed from absorbent materials and non-absorbent materials, including any mixture of materials of any shape, length, width and thickness. This digital absorbent pad is also designed and constructed from partially disposable materials and partially non-disposable materials. Alternately, this digital absorbent pad has also been designed and constructed to comfortably apply and remove make-up, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams and oils, baby care, general household and general healthcare usage. Alternately, this digital absorbent pad has further been designed and constructed to be comfortably used as a means of prevention and/or treatment of turf toe, swelling, ingrown toenails and other bodily injuries, but not by way of limitations. Alternately, this digital absorbent pad may also be designed and constructed form adhesive, non-adhesive materials and self-adhesive.

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    BACKGROUND
  • 1. Currently, it is the opinion of this inventor that there is no commercially available digital absorbent pad similar to the present invention. It is also the opinion of this inventor that the current invention will be the first most commercially available digital absorbent pad used as outlined in this invention. The closet thing found to this invention that is commercially available is a padding and medicating device for the human foot comprising a sheet structure, preferably of an elastic fabric material and partially coated on one surface with a pressure sensitive adhesive, in combination with a pad of viscoelastic gelatinous material impregnated onto a portion of the same surface of the sheet structure as the pressure sensitive adhesive containing silicone in U.S. Pat. No. 5,098,421.
  • This device in U.S. Pat No. 5,098,421 containing silicone does not come close to solving the problem associated with athlete's foot. Sweat and other bodily fluids is able to remain in between the toes and front portion of the feet of the human body while using this device in between the toes and front portion of the feet of the human body. This device in U.S. Pat. No. 5,098,421 containing silicone does not provide for any absorption of sweat and other bodily fluids from in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being as does this invention. The device containing silicone in U.S. Pat. No. 5,098,421 that are used in between the toes and front portion of the feet of the human body is a non-absorbent. Therefore, such device containing silicone in U.S. Pat. No. 5,098,421 does not solve the problem referenced absorbing or transporting sweat and other bodily fluids from in between the toes and the front portion of the feet of the human body that generally causes fungus and bacteria resulting in athlete's foot.
  • The present invention solves the problem with how to channel, contain and absorb sweat and other bodily fluids from in between the toes and the front portion of the feet of the human being while wearing regular enclosed shoes, boots, sneakers and/or socks even during military activities, civilian activities, sports activities and/or at bed time. In the present invention, properly designed and constructed digital absorbent pads allows for sweat and/or bodily fluids to be channeled, contained and soak up by the absorbent material used in between the toes and front portion of the feet of the human body even while the user of the present invention wears regular enclosed shoes, boots, sneakers and/or socks even during regular military activities, civilian activities, walking, sports activities and/or during bed time.
  • This invention even provides for ventilation in between the toes and the front portion of the feet while such digital absorbent pad is being worn by the user of this invention. The device containing silicone in U.S. Pat. No. 5,098,421 does not provide for ventilation in between the toes and the front portion of the feet while such device is inserted because such silicone is a non-absorbent. It is known in the art that cotton and/or other absorbents opened pores generally provides for circulation of air and/or ventilation in between the toes and front portion of the feet by virtue of cotton and/or other absorbent's ability to breathe while being worn on the human body. As a result, in between the toes and the front portion of the feet of the human body will remain dry even while the digital absorbent pad is inserted and regular enclosed shoes, boots, sneakers and/or socks are being worn.
  • This invention will further provide for the healing of sores, blisters, rashes, scaly feet, fungus, bacteria, infection, cracks, smelly feet, itchy feet and other skin disorders in between the toes and the front portion of the feet of the human body even while the user of this invention wears regular enclosed shoes, boots, sneakers and/or socks. The device containing silicone in U.S. Pat. No. 5,098,421 does not provide for much air to circulate and/or ventilation in between the toes and the front portion of the feet notwithstanding the fact that such silicone device is sometimes also used as an insulator.
  • This digital absorbent pad, while inserted, constantly absorbs sweat and other bodily fluids from in between the toes and the front portion of the feet during military activities, civilian activities, sports activities and/or at bedtime. Therefore, not only is this invention by far the number one remedy for those individuals who already have athlete's foot and/or smelly feet, this invention is also a remedy for the prevention of athlete's foot and smelly feet.
  • Since the device containing silicone in U.S. Pat. No. 5,098,421 may be able to repel small amounts of sweat and other bodily fluids from getting in between the toes and the front portion of the feet of the human body while inserted, this silicone device does not completely solve the problem of what to do with the sweat and other bodily fluids repelled from in between the toes and front portion of the feet while wearing regular enclosed shoes, boots, sneakers and/or socks. In light of such repellant action conducted within the confines of such closed environment inside the socks and shoes, sweat and other bodily fluids is channeled and flows to other parts of the toes, front portion of the feet, socks and shoes. For the reason outlined above, the user of this silicone device in U.S. Pat. No. 5,098,421 is constantly being exposed to excess sweat and other bodily fluids build-ups. Due to the above-mentioned problems caused by the silicone device in U.S. Pat. No. 5,098,421, a heaven has been established for fungus and bacteria to grow resulting athlete's foot.
  • This digital absorbent pad is made from a small flat absorbent material that have been sufficiently compressed around the edges, ends and/or center and/or bonded or sealed or otherwise affixed to maintain its predetermined self-sustaining shape once construction is completed. Such absorbent material is not otherwise compressed in the remaindering areas that are considered by this inventor to be the necessary and/or essential components of a specified predetermined self-sustaining shape of such digital absorbent pad. Before sufficiently compressing around the edges, ends and/or center of the digital absorbent pad, such small flat absorbent material may be rolled, folded, twisted, layered, wrapped, bent and otherwise modified and assembled into any predetermined specified shape, length, width and thickness and constructed to achieve many different types of digital absorbent pads.
  • Such absorbent material is not otherwise compressed in the remaindering areas that are considered by this inventor to be the necessary and/or essential component part of a predetermined self-sustaining shape of such digital absorbent pad. It is the opinion of this inventor that digital absorbent pads made from many different types and constructions will become the most popular and successful in the marketplace.
  • In an effort to produce the most desirable overall absorbency, liquid absorbent material are generally constructed from batts of larger in size than the regular in size, which are sufficiently compressed to a large size and an extra large in size. As sweat and other bodily fluids are formed in between the toes and front portion of the feet, after such digital absorbent pad's insertion between the toes and front portion of the feet, these slightly compressed extra large and large digital absorbent pads are expected to absorb such sweat and other bodily fluids of the human body. Additionally, digital absorbent pad with increased absorbency also works well for applying and removing make-up, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams, oils, and for baby care, general household, healthcare uses, treating or preventing turf toe and other bodily injuries.
  • When considering digital absorbent pads for in between the toes and front portion of the feet use, it the intent of this inventor to provide a digital absorbent pad in it's initial shape after construction that is of a comfortable and desirable size and shape for insertion between the toes and front portion of the feet, and when such a digital absorbent pad is placed in between the toes and front portion of the feet, sweat and other bodily fluids is absorbed while it's user's are wearing regular enclosed shoes, boots, sneakers and/or stockings or socks during work, various sports activities, day time activities, night time activities and at bed time without wearing any shoes. However, during bedtime, the inventor recommends that the user of this digital absorbent pad may wear socks or stockings or footies or some other device to hold such digital absorbent pad in place.
  • To preclude any sweat and/or other bodily fluids from escaping in between the toes and/or front portion of the feet while this digital absorbent pad is inserted in between the toes and the front portion of the feet of the human body, it is essential that such digital absorbent pad should be of an appropriate size and in between the toes and front portion of the feet shape and fit from a width, length and thickness dimension to accommodate all of it's users sizes. Having such above mentioned digital absorbent pad inserted, sweat and other bodily fluids would be contacted, contained and soaked up by such digital absorbent pad described as sweat and other bodily fluids travels along the length and width of the toes. Further, sweat and other bodily fluids may also escape contact if such digital absorbent pads are not thick enough to make contact with such sweat and other bodily fluids while such digital absorbent pads are inserted. In this regards, sweat and other bodily fluids have eluded being captured and soaked up by the absorbent pads.
  • To perform at its best potential, it is necessary that a digital absorbent pad should be of an anatomical length, width, thickness, shape and fit without sacrificing performance or comfort of its users while wearing regular or heavy enclosed shoes, boots, tennis shoes and/or stockings, tights, footies or socks.
  • Generally, to achieve its best performance, a regular size or a small size or an extra small size or a petite size digital absorbent pad in dimension inserted in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being with extra large feet and extra wide web spaces in between the toes would not constitute the best anatomical fit for such human being and would be lacking in performing up to its best potential.
  • Therefore, it would be advantageous to supply a digital absorbent pad of increased width, thickness and length dimension without any problems that may pertain to lack of performance, decreased comfort of such an absorbent pad while such is inserted in between the toes and front portion of the feet without any increased costs of making such digital absorbent pad.
  • Finding that such regular size or small size or extra small size or petite size digital absorbent pad of this invention of the best designs currently addressed in this invention do not provide for a method of preventing sweat and/or other bodily fluids from escaping while such regular size or small size or extra small size or petite size digital absorbent pads are worn by human being with turf toe, extra large feet and extra wide web spaces in between the toes.
  • The digital absorbent pad comprising slightly compressed, non-compressed and loose absorbent material must be sufficiently compressed to any size and shape around the edges, ends and/or center, including up to about one half of an inch (½ of an inch) and/or sealed or bonded or otherwise affixed to hold together and maintain a self-sustaining shape after construction of such digital absorbent pad is completed. Such absorbent material which has been twisted, layered, wrapped, folded, rolled, bent and otherwise designed and constructed to achieve an anatomical length, width, thickness, shape and fit of many different sizes of the human body were achieved without sacrificing performance or comfort of its users while wearing regular or heavy enclosed shoes, boots, tennis shoes and/or stockings or tights or footies or socks.
  • The digital absorbent pads includes designs and constructions for a human being with turf toe; extra large size feet and an extra wide in between the toes web spaces; turf toe uses and for a human being with large size feet and large in between the toes web spaces; for a human being with regular size feet and a regular in between the toes web spaces; for a human being with medium size feet and a medium in between the toes web spaces; for a human being with small size feet and a small in between the toes web spaces; for a human being with extra small size feet and an extra small size in between the toes web spaces and for a human being with petite size feet and a petite in between the toes web spaces. The digital absorbent pads can have a shape different from the oval shape if desired. The particular Length L2, Width W2 and Thickness T2 of the digital absorbent pads will be contingent upon the type of digital absorbent pads that is to be designed and constructed, such as an turf toe uses; extra large size, a large size, a regular size, a medium size, a small size, or an extra small size or a petite size or as otherwise outlined herein.
  • Preferably, the soft i book 32 that is used to design and construct digital absorbent pads may be of any dimensions, including dimensions ranging as follows: Petite of any size, length, width, thickness and shape, including a length L2 up to approximately one inch (1 inch) a Width W2 up to approximately three fourths of an inch (¾ of an inch), a Thickness T2 up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch); Extra Small of any size, length, width, thickness and shape, including a length L2 up to approximately one and one third of an inch (1 and ⅓ of an inch), a Width W2 up to approximately three fourths of an inch (¾ of an inch), a Thickness T2 up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch); Small of any to any size, length, width, thickness and shape, including a length L2 up to approximately one and one half of an inch (1 and ½ of an inch), a Width W2 up to approximately one inch (1 inch), a Thickness T2 up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch); Medium of any size, length, width, thickness and shape, including a Length L2 up to approximately two inches (2 inches), a Width W2 up to approximately one and one half of an inches (3 inches);
  • Regular of any size, length, width, thickness and shape, including a length L2 up to approximately three inches (3 inches), a Width W2 up to approximately two inches (2 inches), a Thickness T2 up to approximately one inch (1 inch); Large of any size, length, width, thickness and shape, including a length L2 up to approximately four inches (4 inches), a Width W2 up to approximately three inches (3 inches), a Thickness T2 up to approximately one and one half inches (1 and ½ inches); Extra large to any size, length, width, thickness and shape, including a length L2 up to approximately ten inches (10 inches), a Width W2 up to approximately eight inches (8 inches), a Thickness T2 up to approximately four inches (4 inches).
  • While specific embodiments of the instant invention have been illustrated and depicted, it would be clear to those skilled in the art that many, many other similar types and changes can be made without departing from the course and scope of this invention.
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  • FIG. 1 is a front, side and top view of a thinner elongated strip of absorbent material, which can be cut into a plurality of individual segments.
  • FIG. 2 is a front, side and top view of two shorter and thinner individual absorbent segments being placed directly on top of each other.
  • FIG. 3 is a front, side and top view of the two shorter and thinner individual absorbent segments, which have been positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of each other.
  • FIG. 4 is a front, side and top view of a thicker elongated strip of absorbent material, which can be cut into a plurality of individual segments.
  • FIG. 5 is a front, side and top view of a thicker and longer elongated strip of absorbent material, which has been cut into an individual segment.
  • FIG. 6 is a front, side and top view of the two shorter and thinner individual absorbent segments positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of each other and has also been positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of one longer and thicker elongated strip of absorbent material.
  • FIG. 7 is a front, side and top view of a thinner elongated strip of absorbent material, which can be cut into a plurality of individual segments.
  • FIG. 7A is a front, side and top view of a thinner and longer elongated strip of absorbent material which has been cut into an individual segment.
  • FIG. 8 is a front, side and top view of the two shorter and thinner individual absorbent segments being positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of each other and also being positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of one longer and thicker elongated strip of absorbent material and furthered being positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of one longer and thinner elongated strip of absorbent material.
  • FIG. 9 is a front, side and top view of the said two shorter and thinner individual absorbent segments which has been positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of each other and which has also been positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of one longer and thicker elongated strip of absorbent material and which has also been positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of one longer and thinner elongated strip of absorbent material whereby the said two longer thicker and thinner elongated strips of absorbent materials.
  • FIG. 10 is a front, side and top view of the said two shorter and thinner individual absorbent segments which has been positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of each other and which has also been positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of one longer and thicker elongated strip of absorbent material and which has also been positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of one longer and thinner elongated strip of absorbent material whereby the said two longer thicker and thinner elongated strips of absorbent materials is about to be folded directly over and onto the said two shorter thinner individual absorbent segments.
  • FIG. 11 is a front, side and top view of the said two shorter and thinner individual absorbent segments which has been positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of each other and which has been also positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of one longer and thicker elongated strip of absorbent material and which has been also positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of one longer and thinner elongated strip of absorbent material whereby the said two longer thicker and thinner elongated strips of absorbent materials which has been folded directly over and onto the said two shorter thinner individual absorbent segments and onto the one half ends of two said longer thicker and thinner elongated strips of absorbent material with matching ends to form a backward E-shaped visual representation.
  • FIG. 12 is a front, side and top view of said the two shorter and thinner individual absorbent segments which has been positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of each other and which has been also positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of one longer and thicker elongated strip of absorbent material and which has been also positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of one longer and thinner elongated strip of absorbent material whereby the said two longer thicker and thinner elongated strips of absorbent materials which have been also folded directly over and onto the said two shorter thinner individual absorbent segments, whereby the said backward E-shaped in FIG. 11 has been transformed into a predetermined oval shaped impression of a specified length, width and thickness to form a “Soft I Book”.
  • FIG. 13 is a front, side and top view of said the two shorter and thinner individual absorbent segments which has been positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of each other and which has been also positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of one longer and thicker elongated strip of absorbent material and which has been also positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of one longer and thinner elongated strip of absorbent material whereby the said two longer thicker and thinner elongated strips of absorbent materials which have been also folded directly over and onto the said two shorter thinner individual absorbent segments, whereby the said “Soft I Book” in FIG. 12 has been transformed into a “tuft of cotton and/or other material” after being sufficiently compressed and/or sealed or bonded or otherwise affixed around the edges, ends and/or center into an oval shape of any predetermined specified length, width and thickness, including up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch). This “tuft of cotton and/or other material” is not otherwise compressed in the remaindering areas that are considered by this inventor to be the necessary and/or essential components of such “tuft of cotton and/or other material”.
  • FIG. 14 is a front, side and top view of an oval shaped digital absorbent pad of any predetermined, self-sustaining, desired shape, length, width and thickness after trimming away and removal of the excess materials. This digital absorbent pad is soft in texture, comfortable and suitable for usages as outlined in this invention, but by way of no limitations.
  • Alternately, FIG. 15 is a front, side and top view of a thicker elongated absorbent material, which can be cut into a plurality of individual segments.
  • FIG. 16 is a front, side and top view of two shorter and thicker individual elongated absorbent segments being placed directly on top of each other.
  • FIG. 17 is a front, side and top view of the two shorter and thicker elongated strips individual absorbent segments, which has been positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of each other with matching ends and twisted in the middle of said individual elongated absorbent segments one time.
  • FIG. 18 is a front, side and top view of the two shorter and thicker elongated strips of individual absorbent segments which has been positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of each other with matching ends and twisted in the middle of said individual elongated strips of individual absorbent segments one time which is about to be folded directly over and onto the remaindering one half (½) ends of the said two shorter thicker individual elongated strips of individual absorbent segments. If adhesives, including glue is used to seal or bond or otherwise affixed around the edges, ends and/or center of this digit absorbent pad, such process is performed at this stage.
  • FIG. 19 is a front, side and top view of the four shorter and thicker elongated strips of individual absorbent segments with matching ends which has been folded directly over and onto each other whereby the remaindering one half (½) ends of the said four shorter thicker individual absorbent segments and being sufficiently compressed into a twisted, layered and folded digital absorbent pad of any predetermined specified length, width and thickness ready for use.
  • FIG. 20 is a front, side and top view of an oval shaped digital absorbent pad of any predetermined, self-sustaining, desired shape, length, width and thickness after trimming away and removal of the excess materials. This digital absorbent pad is soft in texture, comfortable and suitable for usages as outlined in this invention, but by way of no limitations. FIG. 15, FIG. 16, FIG. 17, FIG. 18, FIG. 19 and FIG. 20 as outlined above represents an alternative way of designing, constructing and assembling a digital absorbent pad of this invention.
  • Generally, the digital absorbent pad in FIG. 19 may be sufficiently compressed and/or sealed or bonded or otherwise affixed around the edges, ends and/or center into any predetermined specified length, width and thickness, including up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch). This digital absorbent pad is not otherwise compressed in the remaindering areas that are considered by this inventor to be the necessary and/or essential components of such digital absorbent pad.
  • To form, design and construct an digital absorbent pad ready for use by the user, such absorbent pad is generally twisted, layered, folded, rolled, bent, wrapped, encased and/or otherwise altered and assembled in any comfortable, suitable agreed upon manner.
  • Once any specified predetermined comfortable, desirable and self sustaining shape has been achieved of any length, width, thickness and shape, sufficient compression, including up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch) around the edges, ends and/or center of such digital absorbent pad is generally sufficiently compressed and/or sealed or bonded or otherwise affixed. Thereafter, the excess absorbent material is trimmed and removed. After the above-mentioned process has been successfully completed, a digital absorbent pad is readied for use by the user.
  • DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION Preferred Embodiments
  • In FIG. 1, a thinner elongated absorbent strip 50 is revealed which can be cut into a plurality of individual members 72. Each of the individual members 72 can be of any size, material and shape, including a rectangle comprising any width “W” and thickness “T” and length “L”. The length “L” can be less than, equal to or greater than the width “W”. The absorbent strip 50 can also be formed from 100% cotton, 100% rayon, 100% lamb's wool, other material and/or various mixtures of other materials, including non-absorbent materials, which are assembled into a sheet or strip. In addition, materials can be assembled and made into any shape, including a generally oval shape, an elliptical shape, a square shape, a round shape, a triangular shape, an egg shape, a cone shape, a tear drop shape, a cross section of the above mentioned shapes and other different predetermined agreed upon shapes and sizes. The particular mixtures of materials may vary according to choice.
  • Polyester or other synthetic fibers have been used to include some type of elasticity to the absorbent materials 50. Other several of mixtures of absorbent materials may include 98% cotton to 2% rayon; about 95% cotton to 5% rayon; 90% cotton to 10% rayon; 85% cotton to 15% rayon; 75% cotton to 25% rayon; 60% cotton to 40% rayon and 50% cotton to 50% rayon. Various other mixtures of absorbent materials may include 85% cotton to 15% foam; 70% cotton to 30% foam; 60% cotton to 40% foam; 75% cotton to 25% foam; 95% cotton 5% foam; 97% cotton to 3% foam and 50% cotton to 50% foam and 40% cotton to 60% foam.
  • Other various mixtures of absorbent materials and non-absorbent materials may comprise 85% cotton to 15% gauze; 75% cotton to 25% gauze; 50% cotton to 50% gauze; 40% cotton to 60% gauze; 95% cotton to 5% gauze; and 97% cotton to 3% gauze. Other various mixtures of material may include a mixture of non-absorbent materials such as: 85% cotton to 15% silicone; 70% cotton to 30% silicone; 60% cotton to 40% silicone; 75% cotton to 25% silicone; 95% cotton to 5% silicone; 98% cotton to 2% silicone and 50% cotton to 50% silicone. Other various mixtures of material may also include 85% cotton to 15% lambs wool; 70% cotton to 30% lambs wool; 60% cotton to 40% lambs wool; 75% cotton to 25% lambs wool; 95% cotton to 5% lambs wool; 98% cotton to 2% lambs wool; 50% cotton to 50% lambs wool; 60% lambs wool to 40% cotton; 70% lambs wool to 30% cotton; 40% cotton to 60% lambs wool and 30% cotton to 70% lambs wool. Other material may comprise 100% silicone and/or a mixture of silicone and other materials containing holes, silts, ridges and/or grooves. Other material may also comprise 100% foam and/or a mixture of foam and other materials, including fabrics. Other materials may further comprise 100% gel and/or a mixture of gel and/or other materials
  • In FIGS. 2 and 3, individual absorbent members 72 are revealed. Such members and are layered directly on top of each other to form a generally two shorter and thinner elongated absorbents 74, see FIG. 3. The two thinner elongated absorbents 74 can have any shape, including a rectangular shape, an oval shape, an elliptical shape, an egg shape, a tear drop shape, a cone shape, a round shape, a square shape and other various predetermined agreed upon shapes. It is desirable that the absorbents 74 will have any kind of a cross section, including a flat cross-section, a round cross-section, a semi-round cross-section and other different predetermined agreed upon cross-sections.
  • The cross-section of an extra large size can have any size of a cross section, including a length “L2” up to approximately ten inches (10 inches). It is also desirable that the Thickness “T2” will be up to approximately 4 inches (4 inches). The actual Width “W2” and length “L2” of the two shorter and thinner elongated absorbents 74 can vary depending upon whether such absorbents 74 are going to be used to make a digital absorbent pad for an “extra large size absorbent pad” or “a turf toe absorbent pad” or “a large size” or “a regular size” or “a medium size” or “a small size” or “an extra small size” or “a petite size”. The length of the two shorter and thinner elongated absorbents 74 will be approximately less than, equal to or greater than, including one-half (½) the length of the individual member 86.
  • In FIG. 4, a thicker elongated absorbent strip is cut from batts of larger in size than the regular size to improve absorbency 62 is revealed which can be cut into a plurality of individual members 86. Each of the individual members 86 can be in the form of any shape, including a rectangle comprising a width “W” and thickness “T” and a length “L”. The length “L” can be less than, equal to or greater than the width “W”. The absorbent strip 62 can be formed from 100% cotton, 100% rayon, 100% lamb's wool, other absorbent material and/or various mixtures of other materials, including non-absorbent materials, which are assembled into a sheet or strip (see FIG. 1).
  • In FIG. 5, an individual longer and thicker elongated absorbent strip 86 is revealed which is about to be placed, positioned or layered directly underneath the two shorter and thinner elongated absorbents 74 (see FIG. 6).
  • The individual absorbent member 86 can be in the form of any shape, including a rectangle comprising any width “W” and thickness “T” and a length “L”. The length “L” will be less than, equal to or greater than the width “W”.
  • The absorbent strip 86 formed from various absorbent materials, non-absorbent materials and/or various mixtures of other materials (see FIG. 1).
  • In FIG. 6, the two shorter and thinner elongated absorbents 74 have been placed directly on top of a thicker and longer elongated absorbent 86. Absorbent materials 62 can be assembled and made into a variety of configurations (see FIG. 1). Other various mixtures of absorbent materials, other materials, including non-absorbent materials may also be used (see FIG. 1).
  • In FIG. 7, a longer and thinner elongated absorbent strip 66 is revealed which can be cut into a plurality of individual members 96. Each of the individual members 96 can be in the form of any shape, including rectangle comprising a width “W” and thickness “T” and length “L”. The length “L” can be less than, equal to or greater than the width “W”. The absorbent strip 62 can be formed from 100% cotton, 100% rayon, 100% lamb's wool, other absorbent material and/or various mixtures of materials, including non-absorbent materials, which are assembled into a sheet or strip (see FIG. 1).
  • In FIG. 7A, a longer and thinner elongated absorbent strip 66 is revealed which can be cut into a plurality of individual members 96. Each of the individual members 96 can be in the form of any shape, including rectangle comprising a width “W” and thickness “T” and length “L”. The length “L” can be less than, equal to or greater than the width “W”. The absorbent strip 62 can be formed from 100% cotton, 100% rayon, 100% lamb's wool, other absorbent material and/or various mixtures of materials, including non-absorbent materials, which are assembled into a sheet or strip (see FIG. 1).
  • In FIG. 8, a longer and thinner individual absorbent member 96 is revealed which is about to be placed, positioned or layered directly underneath three absorbents which include one longer and thicker individual absorbent 86 and two shorter and thinner elongated absorbents 74.
  • In FIG. 9, a longer and thinner individual absorbent member 96 has been placed, positioned or layered directly underneath three absorbents which includes a longer and thicker individual absorbent 86 and two shorter and thinner elongated absorbents 74. Said two shorter and thinner elongated absorbents 74 are also placed, positioned or layered directly on the top of the left half of said longer and thinner individual absorbent member 96 and are also placed, positioned or layered directly on top of the left half of said longer and thicker individual absorbent 86.
  • In FIG. 10, a longer and thinner outer individual absorbent member 96 and a longer thicker inner individual absorbent member 86 is about to be folded directly over and on to the two shorter and thinner inner individual absorbent 74. Before said longer and thinner outer individual absorbent 96 and said longer thicker inner individual absorbent member 86 has been folded directly over and on the two shorter and thinner inner individual absorbents 74, adhesive glue or sealant may be used around the top of the top shorter and inner individual absorbent 74 before compressing.
  • In FIG. 11, a longer and thinner outer individual absorbent member 96 and a longer thicker inner individual absorbent member 86 has been folded directly over and on to the two shorter and thinner inner individual absorbents 74 to form generally a backward E-shaped visual representation.
  • In FIG. 12, a generally backward E-shaped visual representation that has been formed into a “Soft I Book” before such “Soft I Book” is sufficiently compressed around the edges, ends and/or center before the excess material that does not conform with the predetermined specified oval shape impression of a specified length, width and thickness 100 is trimmed and removed 110. The soft i book can have over fifty (50) different shapes from that of the oval shape if desired. The soft i book 32 has a first end 101 and a second end 102 and a third end 103 and a fourth end 104. The ends 101, 102, 103 and 104 are spaced apart from one another. The soft I book 32 can have any length, including length L2 of up to about ten 10 inches. The soft I book can have any size, including at least seven (7) different sizes as outlined in this invention.
  • Preferably, the soft i book 32 that is designed and constructed for an absorbent pad of any length, width, thickness, material and shape for comfortable insertion and placement in between the toes and for turf toe, swelling, ingrown toe nails and other bodily injuries. It is also preferred that the soft i book 32 is designed and constructed to comfortably apply or remove makeup, astringents and cleansing lotions, nail polish, creams and oils, babies, general household and healthcare usage, but by way of no limitations.
  • On the other hand, digital absorbent pads used in between the toes and front portion of the feet of the human body and other usage as outlined in this invention may be designed and constructed for any purposes and/or use, to be worn and/or used in any location, of any material, shape, length, width and thickness, including in the sizes ranging as follows: petite of any shape and size, including a length L2 up to one inch (1 inch), a Width W2 up to approximately three fourths of an inch (¾ of an inch) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch); extra small of any of any shape and size, including a length L2 up to approximately one and one third inches (1 and ⅓ inches), a Width W2 up to approximately three fourths of an inch (¾ of an inch) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch); a small of any shape and size, including a length L2 up to approximately one and one inches (1 and ½ inches), a Width W2 up to approximately one inch (1 inch) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch); medium of any shape and size, including a Length L2 up to approximately two inches (2 inches), a Width W2 up to approximately one and one half of an inches (1 and ½ of an inches) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately three fourths of an inch (¾ of an inch); regular of any shape and size, including a length L2 up to approximately three inches (3 inches), a Width W2 up to approximately two inches (2 inches) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately one inch (1 inch); large of any shape and size, including a length L2 up to approximately four inches (4 inches), a Width W2 up to approximately three inches (3 inches) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately one and one half inches (1 and ½ inches); extra large of any shape and size, including a length L2 up to approximately ten inches (10 inches), a Width W2 up to approximately eight inches (8 inches) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately four inch (4 inches).
  • The digital absorbent pads can have a shape different from the oval shape if desired. The particular Width W2, Thickness T2, and Length L2 of the digital absorbent pads will be contingent upon the type of digital absorbent pads that is to be designed and constructed, such as a an extra large size, a large size, a regular size, a medium size, a small size, or an extra small size, or a petite size as outlined herein. Alternately, the particular W2, T2, and L2, including the material of the digital absorbent pads will be contingent upon the purpose for which such digital absorbent pads will be used after it's design and construction, such as to comfortably apply and/or remove makeup, astringents and cleansing lotions, nail polish, creams and oils, baby care, general household use and healthcare usage and for comfortable in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being or for turf toe, swelling, ingrown toe nails, other bodily injuries and other usages.
  • In FIG. 13, a longer and thinner outer individual absorbent member 96 and a longer thicker inner individual absorbent member 86 that has been folded directly over and on to the two shorter and thinner inner individual absorbents 74 whereby all absorbent ends are matched and has been formed from a Soft I Book into a tuft of cotton and/or other material by sufficiently compressing around the edges, ends and/or center of such Soft I Book to any size, including up to about one half of an inch (½ of an inch) and/or bonding or sealing or otherwise affixing, assembling and constructing such material to hold together and maintain 100 such above mentioned cotton materials into any predetermined specified length, width, thickness and self-sustaining oval shape 100 before trimming and throwing away the excess cotton and/or other materials that do not conform with such predetermined specified oval shape, length, width and thickness.
  • In FIG. 14, a longer and thinner outer individual absorbent member 96 and a longer thicker inner individual absorbent member 86 that has been folded directly over the two shorter and thinner inner individual absorbents 74 whereby all absorbent ends are matched and has been formed from a tuft of cotton and/or other material into digital absorbent pad by sufficiently compressing the cotton material into a predetermined, self sustaining and oval shape trimming away the excess cotton and/or other materials 110 that is not a part of such oval shape and removal of the excess cotton materials.
  • Alternately, in FIG. 15, a thicker elongated absorbent strip 60 is revealed which can be cut into a plurality of individual members 42. Each of the individual members 42 can be of any size, material and shape, including a rectangle comprising any width “W” and thickness “T” and length “L”. The length “L” can be less than, equal to or greater than the width “W”. The absorbent strip 60 can also be formed from 100% cotton, 100% rayon, 100% lamb's wool, other material and/or various mixtures of other materials, including non-absorbent materials, which are assembled into a sheet or strip. In addition, materials can be assembled and made into any shape, including a generally oval shape, an elliptical shape, a square shape, a round shape, a triangular shape, an egg shape, a cone shape, a tear drop shape, a cross section of the above mentioned shapes and other different predetermined agreed upon shapes and sizes. The particular mixtures of materials may vary according to choice.
  • Polyester or other synthetic fibers have been used to include some type of elasticity to the absorbent materials 50. Other various of mixtures of absorbent materials may include 98% cotton to 2% rayon; about 95% cotton to 5% rayon; 90% cotton to 10% rayon; 85% cotton to 15% rayon; 75% cotton to 25% rayon; 60% cotton to 40% rayon and 50% cotton to 50% rayon. Various other mixtures of absorbent materials may include 85% cotton to 15% foam; 70% cotton to 30% foam; 60% cotton to 40% foam; 75% cotton to 25% foam; 95% cotton 5% foam; 97% cotton to 3% foam and 50% cotton to 50% foam and 40% cotton to 60% foam.
  • Other various mixtures of absorbent materials and non-absorbent materials may comprise 85% cotton to 15% gauze; 75% cotton to 25% gauze; 50% cotton to 50% gauze; 40% cotton to 60% gauze; 95% cotton to 5% gauze; and 97% cotton to 3% gauze. Other various mixtures of material may include a mixture of non-absorbent materials such as: 85% cotton to 15% silicone; 70% cotton to 30% silicone; 60% cotton to 40% silicone; 75% cotton to 25% silicone; 95% cotton to 5% silicone; 98% cotton to 2% silicone and 50% cotton to 50% silicone. Other various mixtures of material may also include 85% cotton to 15% lambs wool; 70% cotton to 30% lambs wool; 60% cotton to 40% lambs wool; 75% cotton to 25% lambs wool; 95% cotton to 5% lambs wool; 98% cotton to 2% lambs wool; 50% cotton to 50% lambs wool; 60% lambs wool to 40% cotton; 70% lambs wool to 30% cotton; 40% cotton to 60% lambs wool and 30% cotton to 70% lambs wool. Other material may comprise 100% silicone and/or a mixture of silicone and other materials containing holes, silts, ridges and/or grooves. Other material may also comprise 100% foam and/or a mixture of foam and other materials, including fabrics. Other materials may further comprise 100% gel and/or a mixture of gel and/or other materials
  • In FIG. 16, individual absorbent members 42 are revealed which are about to be layered, placed or positioned directly on top of each other to form a generally two shorter and thinner elongated absorbents 42. The two thicker elongated absorbent strips 424 can have any shape, including a rectangular shape, an oval shape, an elliptical shape, an egg shape, a tear drop shape, a cone shape, a round shape, a square shape and other various predetermined agreed upon shapes. It is desirable that the absorbents 42 will have any kind of a cross section, including a flat cross-section, a round cross-section, a semi-round cross-section and other different predetermined agreed upon cross-sections.
  • The cross-section of an extra large size can have any size of a cross section, including a length “L2” up to approximately ten inches (10 inches). It is also desirable that the Thickness “T2” will be up to approximately 4 inches (4 inches). The actual Width “W2” and length “L2” of the two shorter and thinner elongated absorbents 42 can vary depending upon whether such absorbents 42 are going to be used to make a digital absorbent pad for an “extra large size absorbent pad” or “a turf toe absorbent pad” or “a large size” or “a regular size” or “a medium size” or “a small size” or “an extra small size” or “a petite size”. The length of the two shorter and thinner elongated absorbents 42 can be approximately less than, equal to or greater than, including one half (½) the length of the individual member 42.
  • In FIG. 17 is a front, side and top view of the two shorter and thicker elongated strips individual absorbent segments 42 which has been positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of each other with matching ends and twisted in the middle of said individual elongated absorbent segments one time.
  • FIG. 18 is a front, side and top view of the two shorter and thicker elongated strips of individual absorbent segments 42 which has been positioned, placed and/or layered directly on top of each other with matching ends and twisted in the middle of said individual elongated strips of individual absorbent segments one time which is about to be folded directly over and onto the remaindering one half (½) ends of the said two shorter thicker individual elongated strips of individual absorbent segments. If adhesives, including glue is used to seal or bond or otherwise affixed around the edges, ends and/or center of this digit absorbent pad, such process is performed at this stage.
  • FIG. 19 is a front, side and top view of the four shorter and thicker elongated strips of individual absorbent segments with matching ends which has been folded directly over and onto each other whereby the remaindering one half (½) ends of the said four shorter thicker individual absorbent segments and being sufficiently compressed into a twisted, layered and folded digital absorbent pad of any predetermined specified length, width and thickness ready for use.
  • Generally, the digital absorbent pad in FIG. 19 may be sufficiently compressed and/or sealed or bonded or otherwise affixed around the edges, ends and/or center into any predetermined specified length, width and thickness, including up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch). This digital absorbent pad is not otherwise compressed in the remaindering areas that are considered by this inventor to be the necessary and/or essential components of such digital absorbent pad.
  • FIG. 20 is a front, side and top view of an oval shaped digital absorbent pad of any predetermined, self-sustaining, desired shape, length, width, thickness and material after trimming away and removal of the excess materials. This digital absorbent pad is soft in texture, comfortable and suitable for usages as outlined in this invention, but by way of no limitations. FIG. 15, FIG. 16, FIG. 17, FIG. 18, FIG. 19 and FIG. 20 as outlined above represents an alternative way of designing, constructing and assembling a digital absorbent pad of this invention.
  • In FIG. 15, a thicker elongated absorbent strip is cut from batts of larger in size than the regular size to improve absorbency 60 is revealed which can be cut into a plurality of individual members. Each of the individual members 42 can be in the form of any shape, including a rectangle comprising a width “W” and thickness “T” and a length “L”. The length “L” can be less than, equal to or greater than the width “W”. The absorbent strip 60 can be formed from 100% cotton, 100% rayon, 100% lamb's wool, other absorbent material and/or various mixtures of other materials, including non-absorbent materials, which are assembled into a sheet or strip (see FIG. 15).
  • On the other hand, digital absorbent pads used in between the toes and front portion of the feet of the human body and other usage as outlined in this invention may be designed and constructed of any length, width, thickness, material and shape, including in the sizes ranging as follows: petite of any shape and size, including a length L2 up to one inch (1 inch), a Width W2 up to approximately three fourths of an inch (¾ of an inch) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch); extra small of any of any shape and size, including a length L2 up to approximately one and one third inches (1 and ⅓ inches), a Width W2 up to approximately three fourths of an inch (¾ of an inch) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch); a small of any shape and size, including a length L2 up to approximately one and one inches (1 and ½ inches), a Width W2 up to approximately one inch (1 inch) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch); medium of any shape and size, including a Length L2 up to approximately two inches (2 inches), a Width W2 up to approximately one and one half of an inches (1 and ½ of an inches) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately three fourths of an inch (¾ of an inch); regular of any shape and size, including a length L2 up to approximately three inches (3 inches), a Width W2 up to approximately two inches (2 inches) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately one inch (1 inch); large of any shape and size, including a length L2 up to approximately four inches (4 inches), a Width W2 up to approximately three inches (3 inches) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately one and one half inches (1 and ½ inches); extra large of any shape and size, including a length L2 up to approximately ten inches (10 inches), a Width W2 up to approximately eight inches (8 inches) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately four inch (4 inches).
  • The digital absorbent pads can have a shape different from the oval shape if desired. The particular Width W2, Thickness T2, and Length L2 of the digital absorbent pads will be contingent upon the type of digital absorbent pads that is to be designed and constructed, such as a an extra large size, a large size, a regular size, a medium size, a small size, or an extra small size, or a petite size as outlined herein. Alternately, the particular W2, T2, and L2, including the material of the digital absorbent pads will be contingent upon the purpose for which such digital absorbent pads will be used after it's design and construction, such as to comfortably apply and/or remove makeup, astringents and cleansing lotions, nail polish, creams and oils, baby care, general household use and healthcare usage and for comfortable in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being or for turf toe, swelling, ingrown toe nails, other bodily injuries and other usages.
  • A digital absorbent pad for comfortably insertion or placement in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being as a means of absorbing and/or transporting sweat and other bodily fluids from in between the toes and front portion of the feet for the prevention and/or treatment and/or management of athlete's foot, turf toe and other usages as outlined in this invention, including while the user of this digital absorbent pad is wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes, sneakers and/or socks, stockings, tights or footies, comprising:
    • a. a supply of slightly compressed, non-compressed, loose absorbent material comprising a first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface of equal length, width and thickness as opposed to a third longer and thicker absorbent surface of equal length and width with that of a fourth longer thinner absorbent surface wherein;
    • b. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface of equal length, width and thickness are layered, placed or positioned directly on top of each other wherein;
    • c. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface of equal length, width and thickness are layered, placed or positioned directly on top of the lower one half (½) portion of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface of equal length and width with that of said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface wherein;
    • d. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface are layered, placed or positioned directly on top of the lower one half (½) portion of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface and said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface with matching ends wherein;
    • e. a twisted, wrapped, layered, bent, rolled, and folded digital absorbent pad is made by considerably covering said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface with said third longer and thicker absorbent surface and said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface wherein;
    • f. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surfaces ends are matching with said third longer and thicker absorbent surface end and said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface end wherein;
    • g. a process that includes twisting, layering, folding, bending, rolling, wrapping, encasing, sufficiently compressing and/or bonding or sealing or other known bonding techniques acceptable in the art wherein;
    • h. a sufficient compression is performed to any length, width, thickness and shape, including up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch) of the edges, ends and/or center of the twisted, wrapped, layered, bent, rolled, folded and encased absorbent material is sufficiently compressed and/or bonded or sealed or otherwise assembled and affixed to form and maintain a digital absorbent pad of a specified, predetermined, desirable, self-sustaining shape wherein;
    • i. the remaindering portion of the necessary and/or essential components that comprises a specified, predetermined, desirable, self-sustaining shape of a digital absorbent pad is not sufficiently compressed in any way wherein;
    • j. the excess material is trimmed and removed wherein;
    • k. after the above mentioned process has been successfully completed, a digital absorbent pad is readied for use wherein;
    • l. either end or any combination of ends of said digital absorbent pad may be used as an insertion end or a withdrawal end;
  • A digital absorbent pad for applying and removing make-up, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams, oils, and for baby care, general household and healthcare usage comprising:
    • a. a supply of slightly compressed, non-compressed, loose absorbent material comprising a first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface of equal length, width and thickness as opposed to a third longer and thicker absorbent surface of equal length and width with that of a fourth longer thinner absorbent surface wherein;
    • b. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface of equal length, width and thickness are layered, placed or positioned directly on top of each other wherein;
    • c. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface of equal length, width and thickness are layered, placed or positioned directly on top of the lower one half (½) portion of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface of equal length and width with that of said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface wherein;
    • d. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface are layered, placed or positioned at any location on top of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface, including directly on top of the lower one half (½) portion of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface and said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface with matching ends wherein;
    • e. a twisted, layered, folded, bent, rolled, wrapped, encased digital absorbent pad is made by considerably covering said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface with said third longer and thicker absorbent surface and said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface wherein;
    • f. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surfaces ends are matching with said third longer and thicker absorbent surface end and said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface end wherein;
    • g. a process that includes twisting, layering, folding, bending, rolling, wrapping, encasing sufficiently compressing and/or bonding or sealing or other known bonding techniques acceptable in the art wherein;
    • h. a sufficient compression and/or bonding or sealing is preformed to any length, width, thickness and shape, including up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch) of the edges, ends and/or center of the wrapped absorbent material is sufficiently compressed and/or bonded or sealed or otherwise assembled and affixed to form and maintain a digital absorbent pad of any specified, predetermined, desirable, self-sustaining shape wherein;
    • i. the remaindering portion of the necessary and/or essential components that comprises a specified, predetermined, desirable, self-sustaining shape of a digital absorbent pad is not sufficiently compressed in any way wherein;
    • j. the excess absorbent material is trimmed and removed wherein;
    • k. after the above mentioned process has been successfully completed, a digital absorbent pad is readied for use wherein;
    • l. either end or any combination of ends of said digital absorbent pad may be used as a handle.
  • As used herein, the terms “a between the toes and the front portion of the feet of the human being absorbent pad” or “a between the toes and front portion of the feet absorbent insertable disposable pad” or “absorbent pad” or “a digital absorbent pad” or “a digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad” or “digital disposable device” or “liquid absorbent pad” or “a digital liquid absorbent pad” or “digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad” or “a mass of absorbent material and non-absorbent materials” or “a mass of absorbent pad” or “a digital insertable disposable hygienic device” or “a digital insertable disposable container device” or “a digital insertable disposable therapeutic device” or “a digital insertable disposable first aid device” or “a digital insertable disposable medication device” or “moisture management device” or “liquid absorbent material” or “a digital washable non-disposable pad” are sometimes used interchangeably to mean the same.
  • The above terms sometimes also means and refers to any digital absorbent pad, structure, mixture of material, other material, including absorbent material and non-absorbent material, digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad of any size, material and shape for comfortable placement or insertion in between the toes and the front portion of the feet of the human being for the absorption and/or transportation of sweat and other bodily fluids for the prevention and/or treatment of athlete's foot, turf toe, swelling, ingrown toe nails and other bodily injuries, including while the user of this digital absorbent pad is wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes, sneakers and/or socks, stockings or tights during military activities to counter terrorism, regular military activities, regular civilian activities, regular sports activities, work activities, during bed time, other activities, but by way of no limitations. The above term also means and refers to any digital absorbent pad that may be of a disposable material and of a cleanable non-disposable material, a partially disposable materials and partially non-disposable materials. The above term also means and refers to any digital absorbent pad that may be used for any purposes, any manner and worn and/or used in any location, including on or near the face, hands, toes or feet of the human body, but by way of no limitations.
  • The above mentioned terms as used herein, also means and refers to digital absorbent pad used to apply or remove makeup, astringents, cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams and oils, baby care, general household use, healthcare use and toe turf uses if appropriate, but by way of no limitations.
  • The terms, as used herein, “a between the toes and the front portion of the feet of the human being absorbent pad” or “absorbent pad” or “a digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad” or “digital absorbent disposable pad” or “digital disposable device” or “in between the toes and front portion of the feet liquid absorbent pad” or “digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad” or “a mass of absorbent material” or “a mass of absorbent pad” or “a digital insertable disposable hygienic device” or “a digital insertable disposable container device” or “a digital insertable disposable therapeutic device” or “a digital insertable disposable first aid device” or “a digital insertable disposable medication device” or “moisture management device” or “liquid absorbent material” or “digital washable non-disposable pad” or “digital non-absorbent pad” or “non-absorbent pad” if appropriate, are sometimes used interchangeable to mean the same and also refers to and also means that absorbent strips 50 and absorbent strips 62 and absorbent strips 66 can be formed from 100% pure cotton, 100% rayon, 100% lambs wool, other absorbent material, non-absorbent materials, a mixtures of absorbent materials and/or non-absorbent materials which are assembled into any size, material and shape, including a sheet or strip. While all of the mixtures of materials in this invention are deemed preferred, 100% pure, non-chlorine bleached cotton and 100% pure cotton are the two mixtures used by the inventor with absorbent strip 66 because of it's silky like fibers, more refined look and ability to absorb sweat, other bodily fluids and other liquids.
  • The above mentioned terms also means and also refers to other various mixtures of material that include 98% cotton to 2% rayon; about 95% cotton to 5% rayon; 90% cotton to 10% rayon; 85% cotton to 15% rayon; 75% cotton to 25% rayon; 60% cotton to 40% rayon and 50% cotton to 50% rayon. Such terms mentioned above also means and refers to various other mixtures of material that include 85% cotton to 15% foam; 70% cotton to 30% foam; 60% cotton to 40% foam; 75% cotton to 25% foam; 95% cotton 5% foam; 97% cotton to 3% foam; 50% cotton to 50% foam; 40% cotton to 60 foam; 40% cotton to 60% foam; 50% cotton to 50%; 90% foam to 10% rayon; 85% foam to 15% rayon; 75% foam to 25% rayon; 60% foam to 40% rayon; 40% foam to 60% rayon; 30% foam to 70% rayon; 90% foam to 10% gel; 85% foam to 15% gel; 75% foam to 25% gel; 60% foam to 40% gel; 50% foam to 50% gel; 60% gel to 40% foam; 70% gel to 30% foam; 75% gel to 25% foam; 85% gel to 15% foam.
  • These above terms also means and refers to other various mixtures of material that comprise 85% cotton to 15% gauze; 75% cotton to 25% gauze; 50% cotton to 50% gauze; 40% cotton to 60% gauze; 50% cotton to 50% gauze; 40% cotton to 60% gauze; 95% cotton to 5% gauze; and 97% cotton to 3% gauze. Such terms also means and refers to other various mixtures of material that include 85% cotton to 15% silicone; 70% cotton to 30% silicone; 60% cotton to 40% silicone; 75% cotton to 25% silicone; 95% cotton to 5% silicone; 98% cotton to 2% silicone and 50% cotton to 50% silicone. The terms also means and refers to other various mixtures of absorbent material may also include 85% cotton to 15% lambs wool; 70% cotton to 30% lambs wool; 60% cotton to 40% lambs wool; 75% cotton to 25% lambs wool; 95% cotton to 5% lambs wool; 98% cotton to 2% lambs wool; 50% cotton to 50% lambs wool; 60% lambs wool to 40% cotton; 70% lambs wool to 30% cotton.
  • The above terms further means and refers to other materials comprising 100% silicone containing holes and/or slits and/or ridges and/or grooves and/or a mixture of silicone and other materials. The above terms also means and refers to other materials comprising 100% foam and/or a mixture of foam and other materials. The above terms further means and refers to other materials comprising 100% gel and/or a mixture of gel and other materials.
  • The terms as used herein, “a digital insertable disposable hygienic device” or “a digital insertable disposable container device” or “a digital insertable disposable therapeutic device” or “a digital insertable disposable first aid device” or “a digital insertable disposable medication device” or “a digital device” or “a digital insertable and disposable hygienic device” or “a digital insertable and disposable medication device” or “moisture management device” or “a digital washable non-disposable absorbent pad” or “a digital non-absorbent pad” are also refers to and also are intended to have their own ordinary meanings. The terms as used herein, also means and refers to any size, material and shape of digital absorbent pad, including absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material that can be comfortably inserted in between the toes and the front portion of the feet and/or other parts of the human being for the absorption and/or transportation of sweat and other bodily fluids, treatment or prevention of athlete's foot, turf toe, swelling, ingrown toe nails and other bodily injuries, but by way of no limitations. The above mentioned terms as used herein, may also means and refers to digital absorbent pad and/or other absorbent material, including non-absorbent materials, a mixture of materials comfortably used to apply or remove makeup, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams and oils, baby care, general household use and healthcare use, wherever appropriate, but by way of no limitations.
  • The terms “sufficiently compressed” or “sufficient compression” or “compression” as used herein, also means and also refers to the pressing and/or squeezing together, bending, forming lying one part of absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material over another part of material; changing the direction of one part of absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material; enclosing one part of absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material over another part of such material either in part and/or in it's entirety, wrapped, encased, twisted, rolled, folded, covering, cutting, lengthening, widening, ripping into pieces loose material and using such material to design, construct and/or otherwise change the size and/or volume of absorbent material and/or non absorbent material to achieve a digital absorbent pad comprising any predetermined self-sustaining specified shape, length, width and thickness.
  • The terms as used herein, are used interchangeably to mean the same and means and refers to any size, material and shape of digital absorbent pad, including absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material, a mixture of material assembled or otherwise affixed for the purpose of comfortably inserting in between the toes and the front portion of the feet and/or other parts of the human body for the absorption of sweat and other bodily liquids, but by way of no limitations.
  • The above mentioned terms as used herein, also means and refers to digital absorbent pad and/or other material used to apply or remove makeup, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams and oils, baby care, general household usage and healthcare usage, wherever appropriate, but by way of no limitations. The above mentioned terms as used herein, also means and refers to digital absorbent pad and/or other material used to treat and/or prevent turf toe, swelling, ingrown toe nails and other bodily injuries.
  • The terms “a digital between the toes and front portion of the feet insertable shape” or “a digital self-sustaining form” or “digital self-sustaining shapes” or “digital insertable self-sustaining shapes” or “a digital in between the toes and front portion of the feet self-sustaining insertable shape” or “a digital in between the toes and front portion of the feet shape and fit” or “a digital self-sustaining insertable shape” or “a digital self-sustaining configuration” or “a specified, predetermined self-sustaining desired shape, length, width and thickness” or “any predetermined self-sustaining specified shape, length, width and thickness” or “digital shape and/or configuration” or “a digital device” or “desirable and suitable digital shapes and/or configurations” or “agreed upon comfortable digital configurations” as used herein, are used interchangeably and means the same.
  • The above terms also means and refers to the many different geometrical forms, structures or outward appearances of the digital absorbent pad and/or digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad after being sufficiently compressed around the edges, ends and/or center, rolled, folded, twisted, bent, wrapped, layered, designed, constructed and/or otherwise altered and assembled. The above mentioned terms as used herein, also means and refers to digital absorbent pad of any size, material and shape comfortably used in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being. The above terms as used herein, further means and refers to digital absorbent pads of any size, material and shape comfortably used to apply or remove makeup, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams and oils, baby care, general household use, healthcare use and treat or prevent turf toe, swelling, ingrown toe nails and other bodily injuries wherever appropriate, but by way of no limitations.
  • A digital absorbent pad may be sufficiently compressed and/or otherwise assembled into over fifty (50) different desirable and suitable digital shapes and/or configurations. With over fifty (50) different digital configurations that have already been achieved by this inventor, several other shapes are still possible. Such digital absorbent pads may be of any size, material and shape, including numbers far exceeding fifty (50) various different shapes comprising semi-circular, circular, triangular, hourglass, trapezoidal, cylindrical, concave, bioconcave, plano concave, right angle, biocovex, plano convex, convexo concave, convoluted, elliptical, caudal fin, pelvic fin, anal fin, overfold, recumbent fold, folded, rolled, planar, lozenge, lune, notch, oblate, oblong, polygonal, helical, incurvate, invaginate, lobe, trough, turbinate, ogive, prolate, twisted, wrapped, spun, spiral, woven, strips, loops, fossa, groove, angle, sheet, sinusoidal, slab, coil, square, round, cone, cube, oval shape and/or shapes, a generally backward E-shaped, T-shaped, L-shaped, P-shaped, O-shaped, Q-shaped, D-shaped, E-shaped, any combination of the above mentioned shapes and a cross section of many other different specified predetermined agreed upon, comfortable and self-sustaining configurations for multiple usage as outlined herein;
  • The terms “joined” or “attached” or “clamped” as used herein, are used interchangeably to mean the same and refers to and comprises any size, material and configurations for which a first segment is directly fastened to the second segment and/or third segment and/or fourth segment; configurations for which the first segment is not directly fastened to the second segment by affixing the first segment and/or third segment and/or fourth segment; and configurations for which the first segment is a necessary segment with the second segment and/or third segment and/or fourth segment.
  • The terms “100% polyamide fusible web for bonding fabric together without stitching” or “100% polyester fusible non-woven for soft controlled shaping” as used herein are intended to have their own ordinary meaning. The above terms also means and refers to material used to hold together a digital absorbent pad of any size, material and shape for the purposes of maintaining such absorbent pad's desirable self-sustaining shape once construction of such absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material is completed.
  • The terms “in between the toes and front portion of the feet absorbent insertable disposable pad” or “digital liquid absorbent disposable pad” or “a digital disposable pad” or “digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad” or “moisture management device” or “digital absorbent pad” or a digital absorbent pad” or “in the between the toes and front portion of the feet of the human being” or “liquid absorbent material” or “absorbent pad” or “digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad” or digital disposable device“or “digital insertable absorbent pad” or “a digital washable non-disposable absorbent pad” or “a digital non-absorbent pad” or “non-absorbent pad” as used herein, are used interchangeably to mean the same. Such terms also means and refers to any digital absorbent structure and/or non-absorbent structure of any size, material and shape that is inserted and/or placed comfortably in between the toes and/or front portion of the feet of the human body for absorption and/or transportation of sweat and/or other bodily liquids therefrom, but not by way of limitations. The above mentioned terms as used herein, also means and refers to any digital absorbent pad of any size, material and shape used to comfortably apply or remove makeup, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams and oils, baby care, general household use and healthcare use and to treat or prevent athlete's foot, turf toe, swelling, ingrown toe nails and other bodily injuries wherever appropriate, but by way of no limitations.
  • Generally, for the purpose of this invention, digital absorbent pad is constructed from slightly compressed, non-compressed, loose cotton, other absorbent materials and/or non-absorbent materials that has been generated from sufficiently compressing and/or bonding or sealing or otherwise affixing the edges, ends and/or center after rolling, folding, twisting, layering, wrapping or otherwise altering and assembling of such material into any different predetermined, comfortable and desirable digital self-sustaining shapes and sizes.
  • The terms as used herein, “cotton ball” or 100% genuine lambs wool” or “100% rayon” or “natural fibers” or “synthetic fibers” or 100% cotton” or “cotton” or “rayon” or “lambs wool” or “cotton wad” or “rolls of cotton” or “sponge” or “foam” or “sterilized cotton”, or “sterilized 100% cotton” or” or “organic cotton” or “cotton balls that have been unwrapped” or “cotton Pledgets” or “Loose Cotton” or “Cotton Batting” or “100% pure non-chlorine bleached cotton” or “100% biodegradable cotton” or “cotton squares” or “cotton rounds” or “velvet materials” or “woven materials” or “non-woven materials” or “super polymers” or “open cell foam” or “liquid absorbing gelling” or “fabrics” or “folded tissue” or “tissue wraps” or “tissue laminates polyester” or “fiber” or “tissue” or “other absorbent materials” or “non-absorbent materials” or “gauze” or “gel” are intended to have their own ordinary meaning. These above terms also means and refers to construction or contents of absorbent materials, non-absorbent materials, including a mixture of such materials before sufficiently compressing, rolling, folding, twisting, layering, bending, forming, shaping, altering, modifying or otherwise assembling and constructing such material into a comfortable and desirable self-sustaining digital absorbent pad of any size, material and shape.
  • The terms “rolling” or “folding” or “twisting” or “layering” or “slightly compressing” or “compressing” or “altering” “modifying” “bending”or “wrapping” or “placing[ or “forming” or “shaping” or “otherwise assembling” or “constructing” as used herein, also means and refers to the ability of a material to transport fluid or moisture by somewhat of a capillary action. By virtue of these techniques as outlined above, channels, lanes, funnels, and containers and/or depositories are built so that sweat, moisture and other liquids are allowed to flow through and to such channels, lanes, funnels, containers and/or depositories and are thereafter trapped, captured, retained, stored and soaked up.
  • The terms “compression” or “sufficient compression” or “sufficiently compressed” as used herein, are used interchangeably to mean the same. Such terms also means and refers to holding together and affixing absorbent materials, non-absorbent materials, a mixture of such materials for the purposes of maintaining any desirable self-sustaining length, width, thickness and shape of such digital absorbent pad once construction of such digital absorbent pad is completed by use of an adequate amount of pressures and/or temperatures and/or bonding or sealing known and accepted in the art, including other acceptable techniques. Preferably, such material is sufficiently compressed around the edges, ends and/or center to any length, width, thickness and shape, including up to one half of an inch (½ of an inch) of such absorbent pad and/or bonded or sealed and/or cut for holding together and affixing any such material for the purposes of maintaining any desirable self-sustaining size and shape of such digital absorbent pad once construction of such absorbent pad is completed.
  • The terms “slight compression” or “slightly compressing” or “slightly compressed” or “non-compressed” as used herein, are used interchangeably to mean the same. Such terms also means and also refers to the condition of absorbent materials, non-absorbent materials, and a mixture of such materials, including cotton was in when such material was received by this inventor. The condition of such materials, including cotton was in when such material was received by this inventor may be of any material, length, width, thickness, including any predetermined length up to about four feet (4 feet), a width up to about eight inches 8 inches) and thickness up to about four inches (4 inches) of any shape, including an elongated strip of materials, including cotton.
  • Such terms as used herein, further means and further refer to any length, width and thickness of such material, including cotton is in after this inventor has designed, modified, altered, assembled and completely constructed the absorbent pad. Such materials, including cotton material after this inventor has designed, modified, altered, assembled and completely constructed the absorbent pads dimensions may be of any dimensions, including up to about ten inches (10 inches) in length and up to about eight inches (8 inches) in width and up to about four (4 inches) in thickness before such material has been compressed around the edges, ends and/or center to hold together and maintain such absorbent pad's self-sustaining size and shape. The terms as used herein, also means and also refers to the condition of such slightly compressed material remains, for the most part unchanged from the way that such material, including cotton was received by this inventor, except as otherwise mentioned in this invention.
  • The terms “slight compression” or “slightly compressing” or “slightly compressed” or “non-compressed” as used herein, are used interchangeably to mean the same. The terms also refers to and also means a very small amount of pressure has been applied to cotton to bind cotton fibers together and to process such cotton fibers into any size and shape, including an elongated strip and rolled upon it's self, packaged and sold once all cotton seeds have been eliminated.
  • The terms further means and refers to rolls of slightly compressed cotton that has been purchased by this inventor and unrolled into elongated strips that have been cut into any predetermined specified length, width and thickness of an elongated strip of cotton material, other absorbent materials and/or non-absorbent materials, including up to about eight inches (8 inches) in width, and up to about four inches (4 inches) in thickness and up to about ten inches (10 inches) in length as an extra large absorbent pad, absorbent pads for turf toe and other usage before such material has been compressed around the edges, ends and/or center. Sufficient compression of the edges, ends and/or center of such material, including cotton material to any length, width, thickness and shape, including up to about one half of an inch (½ of an inch) around the edges, ends and/or center and/or bonding or sealing or otherwise holding together and affixing such cotton material for the purposes of maintaining such cotton material's desirable self-sustaining shape once construction of such absorbent pad is completed.
  • The terms “slight compression” or “slightly compressing” or “slightly compressed” or “non-compressed” as used herein, are used interchangeably to mean the same. The term also is intended to have their ordinary meanings. The term further refers to and means layers and/or wads of absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material that have been slightly compressed and cut into any predetermined specified length, width and thickness, including of an elongated strip of material up to about eight inches (8 inches) in width, and up to about four (4 inches) in thickness and up to about ten inches (10 inches) in length before such material, including cotton has been compressed around the edges, ends and/or center.
  • The terms “slight compression” or “slightly compressing” or “slightly compressed” or “non-compressed” as used herein, are used interchangeably to mean the same. Such terms also means and refers to liquid absorbent materials and/or non-absorbent materials, including a mixture of such materials used by this inventor to change the size and/or volume of materials to achieve a digital absorbent pad comprising any predetermined, desirable and comfortable in between the toes and front portion of the feet self-sustaining insertable shape. The above mentioned terms as used herein, also means and refers to digital absorbent pad used to apply or remove makeup, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams and oils, baby care, general household use, healthcare use and prevention and/or treatment of athlete's foot, turf toe, swelling, ingrown toe nails and other bodily injuries if appropriate, but by way of no limitations.
  • The terms “absorbent material” or “a digital absorbent pad” or “digital device” or “absorbent device” or “liquid absorbent material” or “digital disposable liquid absorbent pad” or “liquid absorbent pad” or “liquid absorbent device” or “absorbent device” or “absorbent fabric” or “absorbent insertable disposable pad” or “in between the toes and front portion of the feet shape and fit” or “absorbent pad” and “device” or “in between the toes and front portion of the feet of the human body liquid absorbent insertable disposable pad” or “moisture management device” or “digital liquid absorbent pad” or “digital disposable device” or digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad” or “digital absorbent pad” or “liquid absorbent material” or “a digital washable non-disposable absorbent pad” or “a digital non-absorbent pad” as used herein, are used interchangeably to mean the same. Such above terms also means and refers to any digital absorbent pad of this invention of any size, material and shape.
  • The above mentioned terms also means and refers to (1) any type of digital absorbent pad, absorbent materials and/or non-absorbent materials, including a mixture of such materials inserted comfortably in between the toes and the front portion of the feet and/or other parts of the human body for the absorption of sweat and other bodily liquids, but by way of no limitations. (2)The above mentioned terms as used herein, also means and refers to digital absorbent pad used to comfortably apply or remove makeup, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams and oils, baby care, general household use, healthcare use and treatment and/or prevention of athlete's foot, turf toe, swelling, ingrown toe nails and other bodily injuries wherever appropriate, but by way of no limitations. The above mentioned terms also means and also refers to at least over fifty (50) other different digital absorbent pads.
  • The terms “shape” or “configuration” as used herein, are used interchangeably to mean the same. The above mentioned terms also means and refers to any arrangement of parts of a digital absorbent pad of any size and material as outlined in this invention.
  • These above terms also means and refers to any way the parts of the digital absorbent pad of this invention are arranged and fit together, including any outline of the digital absorbent pad and any visual appearance of the digital absorbent pad of this invention. This above mentioned terms also means and refers to over fifty (50) different visual appearances of the digital absorbent pad of this invention.
  • The term “digital insertion” as used herein, means and refers to the use of fingers for insertion or placement of the digital absorbent pads for use in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being and/or other usage as outlined in this invention.
  • The term “digital withdrawal” as used herein, means and refers to the use of fingers for withdrawal or removable of any digital absorbent pads from in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being and/or other usages as outlined in this invention.
  • The term “liquid wicking fabric structure, cotton structure and/or absorbent material structure” as used herein, refers to and means the ability of a material to transport liquid and/or moisture by capillary action.
  • The term “rolled” as used herein, also refers to and means the any shape of a digital absorbent pad sufficiently compressed, slightly compressed, non-compressed, loose materials stitched, tacked, taped, glued or otherwise affixed, sterilized 100% cotton, 100% pure non-chlorine bleached cotton, 100% biodegradable cotton, 100% rayon, 100% lambs wool and other materials after winding the material extensively covered by liquid wicking ribbon like fabric structure, cotton structure, other absorbent material structure and/or other material structure in a spiral round and round upon itself.
  • The term “structure” as used herein, also means and refers to a part of the fabric, cotton, other absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material and/or partially absorbent material and/or partially non-absorbent material itself that may be made up of a part and/or a number of parts of any size, material and shape and are held or put together in a particular way to form a comfortable, desirable and anatomical in between the toes and front portion of the feet absorbent pad fit and/or other usages as outlined in this invention.
  • The above mentioned term as used herein, also means and refers to digital absorbent pad of any size and shape used to apply or remove makeup, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams and oils, baby care, general household use, healthcare use, and to treat turf toe, swelling, ingrown toe nails and/or other injuries wherever appropriate, but by way of no limitations.
  • The term “anatomical” as used herein, means and refers to the many in between the toes and front portion of the feet shape of a human body. The term also means and refers to digital absorbent pads and digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pads of any size, material and shape of this invention.
  • The term “insertable” as used herein, means and refers to any digital absorbent pad and/or digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad of any size, material and shape that can be placed by human fingers comfortably in between the toes and front portion of the feet of human body and other usage as outlined in this invention. The above term also means and refers to digital absorbent pads of any size, material and shape worn by its user for the purposes of absorbing and/or transporting sweat and other bodily fluids from in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being for the prevention and/or treatment of athlete's foot, turf toe, swelling, ingrown toe nails and other usage mentioned in this invention, including while the user of such a digital absorbent pad and/or digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad wears regular enclosed boots, shoes, tennis shoes and/or socks, stockings or footies and/or without any enclosed boots, shoes, tennis shoes or socks, stockings or footies.
  • The terms “loose absorbent material” or “loose other materials” or “other material” as used herein, are used interchangeably to mean the same and are intended to have their own ordinary meanings. The terms also refers to and also means digital absorbent pads of any size and shape made from absorbent materials, including cotton, non-absorbent materials and a mixture of such materials. The above terms also refers to and also means digital absorbent pads comprising materials that has not been compressed to achieve it's shape except for such compression around the edges, ends and/or center of such digital absorbent pad to maintain it's shape once design and construction of such digital absorbent pad has been completed. The term further refers to and means non-compressed cotton that has been eliminated of all of its seeds.
  • The term also refers to and means non-compressed absorbent material and non-absorbent material, including cotton, lambs wool, rayon, sponge, wadding, cotton balls that have been unwrapped, tissue laminates, tissue wraps, gauze, foam, gel and/or other material in whole or in part or as used in combination thereof and known in the art to qualify as meeting the criteria of other desirable materials that may be cut into any predetermined specified length, width and thickness of any shape, including an elongated strip of absorbent materials and/or non-absorbent materials up to about eight inches (8 inches) in width, and up to about four (4 inches) in thickness and up to about ten inches (10 inches) in length before such non-absorbent material and/or absorbent materials, including cotton that has been compressed around the edges, ends and/or center.
  • Preferably, sufficient compression of the edges, ends and/or center of any such material is performed of any length, width, thickness and shape, including up to about one half of an inch (½ of an inch) and/or bonding or sealing or otherwise holding together and affixing such absorbent material, including cotton for the purposes of maintaining such material's desirable self-sustaining shape once construction of such absorbent pad is completed. The preferred dimensions of such material is of any dimensions before cutting such material into any agreed upon predetermined specified width, thickness and length and shape, including an elongated strip up to about eight inches (8 inches) in width, and up to about four (4 inches) in thickness and up to about four feet (4 feet) in length. The above terms as used herein, also means and refers to digital absorbent pad for comfortable insertion or placement in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being. The above mentioned terms as used herein, also means and refers to digital absorbent pad used to comfortably apply or remove makeup, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams and oils, baby care, general household use, healthcare use, treatment and/or prevention of athlete's foot, turf toe, swelling, ingrown toe nails and/or other bodily injuries wherever appropriate, but by way of no limitations.
  • The terms as used herein, “extra large” means and refers to an absorbent pad of any length, width, thickness, material and shape, including an absorbent pad having a length L2 up to approximately ten inches (10 inches), a Width W2 up to approximately eight inches (8 inches) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately four inch (4 inches).
  • The term as used herein, “large” means and refers to an absorbent pad of any length, width, thickness, material and shape, including an absorbent pad having a length L2 up to approximately four inches (4 inches), a Width W2 up to approximately three inches (3 inches) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately one and one half inches (1 and ½ inches).
  • The term as used herein, “regular” means and refers to an absorbent pad of any length, width, thickness, material and shape, including an absorbent pad having a length L2 up to approximately three inches (3 inches), a Width W2 up to approximately two inches (2 inches) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately one inch (1 inch).
  • The term as used herein, “medium” means and refers to an absorbent pad of any length, width, thickness, material and shape, including an absorbent pad having a Length L2 up to approximately two inches (2 inches), a Width W2 up to approximately one and one half of an inches (1 and ½ of an inches) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately three fourths of an inch (¾ of an inch).
  • The term as used herein, “small” means and refers to an absorbent pad of any length, width, thickness, material and shape, including an absorbent pad having a length L2 up to approximately one and one inches (1 and ½ inches), a Width W2 up to approximately one inch (1 inch) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch).
  • The term as used herein, “extra small” means and refers to an absorbent pad of any length, width, thickness, material and shape, including an absorbent pad having a length L2 up to approximately one and one third inches (1 and ⅓ inches), a Width W2 up to approximately three fourths of an inch (¾ of an inch) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch).
  • The term as used herein, “petite” means and refers to an absorbent pad of any length, width, thickness, material and shape, including an absorbent pad length L2 up to one inch (1 inch), a Width W2 up to approximately three fourths of an inch (¾ of an inch) and a Thickness T2 up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch).
  • The term as used herein, “digital washable non-disposable absorbent pad” also means and refers to any digital absorbent pad of any length, width, thickness and shape that can be digitally withdrawn or removed, cleaned after each use and reused by the user of such digital absorbent pad. The term also means and refers to refers to any absorbent pad of any size, length, width, thickness and shape may contain holes and/or slits and/or ridges and/or grooves.
  • The term as used herein, “digital non-absorbent pad” also means and refers to any absorbent pad of any size, length, width, thickness and shape that does not soak up or absorb sweat, liquids or other bodily fluids. The term also means and refers to refers to any absorbent pad of any size, length, width, thickness and shape may contain holes and/or slits and/or ridges and/or grooves.
  • The terms “non-absorbent” or “non-absorbent materials” as used herein, means and refers primarily to that part of the digital absorbent pad that does not retain a significant portion of sweat and other bodily fluids from the human body in the structure of the digital absorbent pad. The term “non-absorbent” as used herein, also means and also refers secondarily to that part of the absorbent fluids from the human body in the structure of such device.
  • Liquid Absorbent Materials and/or Non-Absorbent Materials
  • The digital liquid absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material may be of any length, width, thickness and shape for sufficient compressing, non-compressing, folding, wrapping, covering, rolling, layering, twisting, encasing bending, cutting and/or otherwise altering into an absorbent pad of any size, material and shape for comfortable use in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being for prevention and/or treatment of athlete's foot, turf toe, swelling, ingrown toe nails and other bodily injuries.
  • Once this above mentioned requirement is met, a digital absorbent pad must also be generally suitable for use in applying or removing makeup, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams and oils, baby care, general household usage and healthcare usage, but not by way of limitations.
  • The dimensions and shape of absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material before cutting such material into any predetermined specified length, width and thickness and shape, including of an elongated strip ranging up to about eight inches (8 inches) in width, and up to about four (4 inches) in thickness and up to about four feet (4 feet) in length may be of any dimensions and shape.
  • Preferably, such absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material is sufficiently compressed to any length, width, thickness and shape, including up to about one half of an inch (½ of an inch) around the edges, ends and center and/or bonding or sealing or otherwise holding together and affixing such absorbent material for the purposes of maintaining such absorbent material's and/or non-absorbent material's desirable self-sustaining shape once construction of such absorbent pad is completed.
  • Preferably, the range of such above mentioned predetermined specified length, width and thickness of an elongated strip of absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material may be of any range, including up to about eight inches (8 inches) in width, and up to about four (4 inches) in thickness and up to about ten inches (10 inches) in length after such absorbent material has been compressed around the edges, ends and/or center by the inventor and otherwise modified, assembled and constructed into a digital absorbent pad of any size, material and shape, including absorbent pads to comfortably use of turf toe, swelling, ingrown toe nails and other bodily injuries and applying or removing makeup, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams and oils, baby care, general household usage and healthcare usage, but not by way of limitations.
  • The digital absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material may be of laminar construction comprising generally more than one layer. However, other digital absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material may comprise an entirely different construction. Such digital absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material may comprise a twisted construction or a wrapped construction.
  • Slightly compressed, non compressed, loose absorbent material and non-absorbent materials may be constructed from a large segment of liquid absorbing materials and/or non-absorbent materials that have been known in the art, such as, cotton wads, cotton balls that have been unrolled, cotton pledgets, pure non-chlorine bleached cotton, biodegradable cotton, cotton squares, cotton rounds, rayon, sponge, lambs wool, wadding, tissue laminates and tissue wraps, gauze, foam, gel, silicone, thin rubber, thin plastic or other material in whole or in part or as a combination thereof that is known in the art to qualify as meeting the criteria of other desirable absorbent materials and/or non-absorbent material.
  • Generally, absorbent materials and/or non-absorbent material consist of cotton, synthetic and/or natural fibers or sheeting, woven materials, non-woven materials and folded tissues. The digital absorbent pad, including any and all of such component parts may consist of a single absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material or various mixtures of such materials, super absorbent materials that includes open cell foams, super polymers, liquid absorbent gelling. The digital absorbent pad may also consist of silicone, a thin rubber or plastic or other material in whole or in part or in combination thereof, that is known in the art to qualify as meeting the criteria of other desirable absorbent materials and/or non-absorbent material.
  • The materials for the digital absorbent pad can be shaped into a web, a batt or a fabric that is desirable for use in the absorbent material by any desirable operation that includes wetlaying, airlaying, carding, hydroentangling, needling or any additional acceptable operation known in the art. The use of any desirable cotton in the digital absorbent pad is acceptable. Cotton material that is also considered desirable for this comprises T-fiber cotton, long fiber cotton, card strips, comber cotton, cotton linters and short fiber cotton. Bleaching and scouring layers of cotton absorbent with a glycerin finish or other desirable finish is generally the most accepted in the art. Cotton that has been stripped of its seeds and has been cleaned and bleached is also acceptable.
  • The digital absorbent pad may comprise various materials slightly compressed, non-compressed absorbent pad and/or loose cotton layered, the intermediate layer or layers may consist of a cotton absorbent material and the outer layer or layers may comprise a rayon material and/or vice versa. On the other hand, digital absorbent pad intermediate layer or layers may comprise a cotton absorbent material and the outer layer or layers may consist of 100% genuine lamb's wool and/or other types of wools. Alternately, such layered digital absorbent pad may comprise a uniform or a non-uniform blend of materials in its entirety. While examining another digital absorbent pad of this invention, we find that each and all layers thereof may consist of basically 100% of the same material, such as the intermediate layer or layers comprising 100% Pure non-chlorine bleached cotton and such outer layer or layers of 100% biodegradable cotton.
  • The absorbent material can be of any size and shape and formed from 100% cotton, 100% rayon, 100% lambs wool, other absorbent material and/or various mixtures of absorbent materials, which are assembled into a sheet-or strip. In addition, absorbent materials can be assembled and made into any shape, including a generally oval shape, an elliptical shape, a square shape, a round shape, a triangular shape, an egg shape, a cone shape, a tear drop shape, a cross section of many other different predetermined agreed upon shapes. The particular mixtures of absorbent materials may vary according to choice. Polyester or other synthetic fibers have been used to include some type of elasticity to the absorbent materials 50. Other various mixtures may include 98% cotton to 2% rayon; about 95% cotton to 5% rayon; 90% cotton to 10% rayon; 85% cotton to 15% rayon; 75% cotton to 25% rayon; 60% cotton to 40% rayon and 50% cotton to 50% rayon.
  • Various other mixtures of material may include 85% cotton to 15% foam; 70% cotton to 30% foam; 60% cotton to 40% foam; 75% cotton to 25% foam; 95% cotton 5% foam; 97% cotton to 3% foam; 50% cotton to 50% foam and 40% cotton to 60% foam. Other various mixtures of absorbent material may comprise 85% cotton to 15% gauze; 75% cotton to 25% gauze; 50% cotton to 50% gauze; 40% cotton to 60% gauze; 95% cotton to 5% gauze; and 97% cotton to 3% gauze. Other various mixtures may also include an absorbent material and a non-absorbent material such as, 85% cotton to 15% silicone; 70% cotton to 30% silicone; 60% cotton to 40% silicone; 75% cotton to 25% silicone; 95% cotton to 5% silicone; 98% cotton to 2% silicone and 50% cotton to 50% silicone; 85% cotton to 15% thin rubber; 70% cotton to 30% thin rubber; 60% cotton to 40% thin rubber; 50% cotton to 50% thin rubber; 85% cotton to 15% thin plastic; 70% cotton to 30% thin plastic; 60% cotton to 40% thin plastic; 50% cotton to 50% thin plastic.
  • Other various mixtures of absorbent material and/or other material may also include 85% cotton to 15% lambs wool; 70% cotton to 30% lambs wool; 60% cotton to 40% lambs wool; 75% cotton to 25% lambs wool; 95% cotton to 5% lambs wool; 98% cotton to 2% lambs wool; 50% cotton to 50% lambs wool; 60% lambs wool to 40% cotton; 70% lambs wool to 30% cotton; 50% cotton to 50%; 90% foam to 10% rayon; 85% foam to 15% rayon; 75% foam to 25% rayon; 60% foam to 40% rayon; 40% foam to 60% rayon; 30% foam to 70% rayon; 90% foam to 10% gel; 85% foam to 15% gel; 75% foam to 25% gel; 60% foam to 40% gel; 50% foam to 50% gel; 60% gel to 40% foam; 70% gel to 30% foam; 75% gel to 25% foam; 85% gel to 15% foam.
  • A sufficient amount of heat and/or pressure around the edges, ends and/or center of the digital absorbent pad and/or bonding or sealer or some other acceptable bonding techniques known in the art and considered desirable for holding together such digital absorbent pad to maintain its self-sustaining shape once construction of such absorbent material is completed.
  • Generally, the absorbent material remains substantially intact from the way such absorbent materials were received when purchased as layers of 100% cotton, sterilized cotton, organic cotton, 100% pure non-chlorine bleached cotton, 100% biodegradable cotton, cotton squares, cotton rounds, cotton that have been rolled into a balls or squares or strips, packaged and sold and layers of 100% rayon that have been rolled into layers, packaged and sold and layers of 100% lambs wool that have been rolled into layers, packaged and sold and other layers of fabrics and material that have been rolled into layers, packaged and sold.
  • If a non-absorbent is used, such as silicone, a thin rubber, thin plastic or other non-absorbent material that may have been layered, packaged and sold may be cut into thinner smaller layers and may be otherwise altered and assembled into any predetermined desirable shape, length, thickness and width to used with other material used in the construction of the absorbent pad. Generally, a sufficiently amount of heat and/or pressure and/or bonding or sealer or some other acceptable preparation, including cutting and/or other bonding techniques known in the art for affixing or holding together the edges, ends and/or center of such digital absorbent pad to maintain it's desirable self-sustaining shape once construction of such digital absorbent pad is completed. In other instances, stitching, tacking, taping or otherwise attaching of such rayon, other fabrics and/or digital absorbent pads in order to affix, attach, join or hold together and maintain it's desirable self-sustaining shape once construction of such digital absorbent pad is completed. In other circumstances, a non-toxic glue or adhesives may be used to affix, hold together such rayon and/or other material to maintain its desirable self-sustaining shape once construction of such absorbent pad is completed.
  • In preferred embodiments, the “digital absorbent pad” of the instant invention, may coupled as both, a digital insertion device and a digital withdrawal device and that either end or any combination of ends and/or the center of such digital absorbent pad may be inserted.
  • Other embodiments have included insertion and withdrawal means being joined to such digital absorbent device and can be reached by hand by grabbing and holding on to the top unused non essential part as opposed to the bottom used essential part for insertion and withdrawal after it's use. Other preferred embodiments include a digital insertion and withdrawal means whereby be the top of the unused non essential part as opposed to the used essential part of the absorbent pad, i.e., the digital absorbent pad itself. In other embodiments, the digital insertion and withdrawal means may be joined to the primary portion of the sufficiently compressed, slightly compressed, non-compressed, loose absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material and such may extend beyond the primary portion of the sufficiently compressed, non-compressed and/or loose cotton and/or other material. Additionally, embodiments include digital insertion and withdrawal means affixed to a secondary portion, a nonessential as opposed to an essential portion of the absorbent pad itself. Further, any suitable digital insertion and withdrawal means is preferred and rmay be utilized as an insertion and withdrawal procedure.
  • Another embodiment of digital insertion and withdrawal means may be used, including tab, ribbon, loop, flap, strip, fabric, string or other attachments and/or decoration for digital insertion, removal and/or withdrawal. The digital insertion and withdrawal method may be absorbent and/or non-absorbent. Some of the embodiments of this invention will require that a part of or portion of such digital insertion and withdrawal means will be the removable of adhesive strips and/or tape that has been attached to the digital absorbent pad as a means of stabilizing such digital absorbent pad while such digital absorbent pad is inserted and to unattached for the withdrawal of such digital absorbent pad after each use.
  • The digital absorbent pad insertion and withdrawal means shall be of any size, material and shape so long as such size, material and shape of such insertion and withdrawal means do not interfere with the comfort, functions and appearance of such digital absorbent pad. Comfort and functions of this digital absorbent pad takes priority over the appearance of such digital absorbent pad of this invention.
  • Such digital insertion and withdrawal means may be attached in any desirable manner known in the art, including sewing, stitching, weaving, tacking, gluing, adhesive bonding, any combination of the above and/or other suitable techniques. Such digital insertion and withdrawal means may be joined, affixed or otherwise attached to any desirable location and/or area on the digital absorbent pad itself. Preferably, either end of the four ends of this digital absorbent pad may be used as an insertion end or a withdrawal end. It is also preferred that any combination of ends of this digital absorbent pad may be used as an insertion end or a withdrawal end. It is further preferred that the center of this digital absorbent pad may be used as an insertion end or a withdrawal end.
  • Liquid Wicking Cotton Structure and/or Other Absorbent Material Structure and/or Non-absorbent Material Structure
  • In the preferred embodiments shown, the liquid wicking cotton structure and/or other absorbent material structure and/or non-absorbent material structure can be of any shape, including an elongated rectangular, semi-circular, circular, triangular, hourglass, trapezoidal, cylindrical, concave, bioconcave, plano concave, right angle, biocovex, plano convex, convexo concave, convoluted, elliptical, caudal fin, pelvic fin, anal fin, overfold, recumbent fold, folded, rolled, planar, lozenge, lune, notch, oblate, oblong, polygonal, helical, incurvate, invaginate, lobe, trough, turbinate, ogive, prolate, twisted, wrapped, spun, spiral, woven, strips, loops, fossa, groove, angle, sheet, sinusoidal, slab, coil, square, round, cone, cube, oval shape and/or shapes, a generally backward E-shaped, T-shaped, L-shaped, P-shaped, O-shaped, Q-shaped, D-shaped, E-shaped, any combination of the above mentioned shapes and a cross section of many other different specified predetermined agreed upon, comfortable and self-sustaining configurations for multiple usage as outlined in invention are also acceptable, but by way of no limitations.
  • The liquid wicking cotton structure and/or other absorbent material structure and/or non-absorbent material structure may be of any size so long as such liquid wicking cotton structure and/or other absorbent material structure and/or non-absorbent material structure does not interfere with the comfort, function, shape and appearance of the digital absorbent pad. The liquid wicking cotton structure and/or other absorbent material structure and/or non-absorbent material structure may also be compatible to the shape of the digital absorbent pad itself. Preferably, the cotton structure or absorbent material structure may be placed or positioned between other absorbent materials so that the cotton structure or absorbent material structure may be close to the insertion end of the absorbent material.
  • For this reason, such liquid wicking cotton structure or absorbent material structure could correlate with the insertion end and withdrawal end or could for example, extend up to about 1/64 of an inch (one sixty fourth of an inch) from the insertion end to about 1/64 of an inch (one sixty fourth of an inch) from the withdrawal end. In other embodiments, the liquid wicking cotton structure and/or absorbent material structure and/or non-absorbent material structure may extend beyond the withdrawal end to form a handle like device for insertion and removal of the digital absorbent pad.
  • The digital absorbent pad of this invention may be of any size, material and shape, including comprising 100% silicone and/or a mixture of absorbent materials and/or other non-absorbent materials containing holes and/or silts and/or ridges and/or grooves to operate as a liquid wicking structure and as a means of absorbing and/or transporting sweat and other bodily liquids from in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being for prevention and/or treatment of athlete's foot, but by way of no limitations.
  • The digital absorbent pad of this invention may be of any size, material and shape, including comprising of 100% cotton and/or other absorbent materials and/or non-absorbent materials containing holes and/or silts and/or ridges and/or grooves to operate as a liquid wicking structure and as a means of absorbing and/or transporting sweat and other bodily liquids from in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being for prevention and/or treatment of athlete's foot.
  • Process of Making
  • Since there are many methods of making a digital absorbent pad of the present invention should be clear to a person who is skilled in the art based on the information provided herein, the preferred description of one method of making a digital absorbent pad of this invention is outlined below.
  • A digital absorbent pad for comfortable insertion or placement in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being as a means of absorbing and/or transporting sweat and other bodily fluids from in between the toes and front portion of the feet for the prevention and/or treatment of athlete's foot and other usage of this invention, including while the user of this digital absorbent pad is wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes, sneakers and/or socks, stockings, tights or footies, comprising:
    • a. a supply of slightly compressed, non-compressed, loose absorbent material comprising a first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface of equal length, width and thickness as opposed to a third longer and thicker absorbent surface of equal length and width with that of a fourth longer thinner absorbent surface of equal length and width with that of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface wherein;
    • b. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface of equal length, width and thickness are layered, placed or positioned directly on top of each other wherein;
    • c. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface of equal length, width and thickness are layered, placed or positioned directly on top of the lower one half (½) portion of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface of equal length and width with that of said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface wherein;
    • d. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface are layered, placed or positioned directly on top of the lower one half (½) portion of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface and said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface with matching ends wherein;
    • e. a twisted, wrapped, layered, bent, rolled, and folded digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad is made by considerably covering said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface with said third longer and thicker absorbent surface and said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface wherein;
    • f. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surfaces ends are matching with said third longer and thicker absorbent surface end and said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface end wherein;
    • g. a process that includes twisting, layering, folding, rolling, wrapping, bending, encasing, sufficiently compressing and/or bonding or sealing or other known bonding techniques acceptable in the art wherein;
    • h. a sufficient compression and/or bonding or sealing is preformed to any size, length, width, thickness and shape, including up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch) of the edges, ends and/or center of the wrapped absorbent material is sufficiently compressed and/or bonded or sealed or otherwise assembled and affixed to form and maintain a digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad of a specified, predetermnined, desirable, self-sustaining shape wherein;
    • i. the remaindering portion of the necessary and/or essential components that comprises a specified, predetermined, desirable, self-sustaining shape of a digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad is not sufficiently compressed in any way wherein;
    • j. the excess material is trimmed and removed wherein;
    • k. after the above mentioned process has been successfully completed, a digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad is readied for use wherein;
    • l. either end or any combination of ends and/or center of said digital insertable liquid absorbent pad may be used as an insertion end or a withdrawal end.
  • A digital absorbent pad for comfortably applying and removing make-up, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams, oils, and for baby care, general household and healthcare usage comprising:
    • a. a supply of slightly compressed, non-compressed, loose absorbent material comprising a first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface of equal length, width and thickness as opposed to a third longer and thicker absorbent surface of equal length and width with that of a fourth longer thinner absorbent surface of equal length and width with that of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface wherein;
    • b. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface of equal length, width and thickness are layered, placed or positioned directly on top of each other wherein;
    • c. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface of equal length, width and thickness are layered, placed or positioned at any location on top of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface, including directly on top of the lower one half (½) portion of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface of equal length and width with that of said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface wherein;
    • d. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface are layered, placed or positioned at any location on top of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface, including directly on top of the lower one half (½) portion of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface and said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface with matching ends wherein;
    • e. a twisted, wrapped, layered, bent, rolled and folded digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad is made by considerably covering said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface with said third longer and thicker absorbent surface and said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface wherein;
    • f. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surfaces ends are matching with said third longer and thicker absorbent surface end and said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface end wherein;
    • g. a process that includes twisting, wrapping, layering, folding, rolling, bending, encasing, sufficiently compressing and/or bonding or sealing or other known bonding techniques acceptable in the art wherein;
    • h. a sufficient compression and/or bonding or sealing is preformed to any length, width, thickness, material and shape, including up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch) of the edges, ends and/or center of the wrapped absorbent material is sufficiently compressed and/or bonded or sealed or otherwise assembled and affixed to form and maintain a digital absorbent pad of a specified, predetermined, desirable, self-sustaining shape wherein;
    • i. the remaindering portion of the necessary and/or essential components that comprises a specified, predetermined, desirable, self-sustaining shape of a digital absorbent pad is not sufficiently compressed in any way wherein;
    • j. the excess material is trimmed and removed wherein;
    • k. after the above mentioned process has been successfully completed, a digital absorbent pad is readied for use wherein;
    • l. either end or combination of ends of said digital absorbent pad may be used as a handle.
  • The digital absorbent pad of this invention may be of any size, shape and material, including 100% silicone and/or a mixture of absorbent materials and/or other non-absorbent materials containing holes and/or silts and/or ridges and/or grooves as a means of transporting sweat and other bodily liquids from in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being for prevention and/or treatment of athlete's foot and other usages as outlined in this invention. The digital absorbent pad of the present invention may be entirely disposable. The digital absorbent pad of the present invention may also be entirely non-disposable. The digital absorbent pad of the present invention may further be partially disposable whereby such digital absorbent pad is digitally withdrawn or removed after each use.
  • The used absorbent material is taken out of such digital absorbent pad and thrown away. The non-disposable, non-absorbent part is cleaned. New and/or unused absorbent material is inserted into such cleaned non-disposable, non absorbent part of the digital absorbent pad. Such digital absorbent pad is later reused by its user.
  • SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
  • Briefly, the present invention relates to a preferred digital absorbent pad capable of being digitally inserted and worn in between the toes and the front portion of the feet of a human being, including while wearing regular enclosed shoes, boots, sneakers and/or socks, stocking, tights or footies to significantly reduce the seepage of sweat and/or other bodily fluids from in between the toes and the front portion of the feet. This preferred digital absorbent pad is also inserted and worn as a means for treating and/or preventing all athlete's foot symptoms including, sweat, fungus, bacteria, infection, moisture, skin disorder, lesions, rash, itchy toes, foot odor, sores, corns, other fluids, blisters, cracks, bunions, calluses, burning feet, scaly toes and feet, frost bites and toe, turf toe, swelling, ingrown toe nails and other bodily injuries during the day time and night time even while wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes, sneakers and/or socks, stockings, tights or footies. This digital absorbent pad may also be worn by the user during bed time while wearing socks and/or footies or without socks, stockings, tights or footies.
  • The present invention also relates to a preferred digital absorbent pad capable of comfortably applying and removing make-up, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams, oils, and for baby care, general household usage and healthcare usage.
  • The digital absorbent pad of the present invention may be of any size, shape and material, including 100% silicone and/or a mixture of absorbent materials and/or other non-absorbent materials containing holes and/or silts and/or ridges and/or grooves as a means of absorbing and/or transporting sweat and other bodily liquids from in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being for the prevention and/or treatment of athlete's foot and other usages as outlined in this invention. The digital absorbent pad of the present invention may be entirely disposable. The digital absorbent pad of the present invention may also be entirely non-disposable. The digital absorbent pad of the present invention may further be partially disposable whereby such digital absorbent pad is digitally withdrawn or removed after each use. The used absorbent material is taken out of such digital absorbent pad and thrown away. The non-disposable, non-absorbent part is cleaned. New and/or unused absorbent material is inserted into such cleaned non-disposable, non absorbent part of the digital absorbent pad. Such digital absorbent pad is later reused by its user.
  • The present invention further comprises 1.) a digital absorbent pad that is formed of any number of parts, size, material and shape, including two (2) separate a non-adhesive, adhesive and/or self adhesive elongated strips of absorbent materials of the length, width and thickness to comfortably, and sufficiently constitute the best anatomically fit for the long toe next to the big toe of a human being. The digital absorbent pad of this invention may be formed for any shaped toes, feet and/or web spaces, including for human being with extra large toes, feet and extra wide web spaces, including petite toes, feet and petite web spaces.
  • The non-adhesive elongated strips of this digital absorbent pad may be worn in any method, location and/or area. It is preferred that two (2) separate non-adhesive elongated strips of absorbent materials of this invention are worn on each foot. The first non-adhesive elongated strip of absorbent material is worn looped around the long toe and the second non-adhesive elongated strip of absorbent material is worn loop around fourth toe moving in the direction away from the big toe and toward the other toes on such foot. The first non-adhesive elongated strip of absorbent material of this invention may be worn evenly looped horizontally down through the web space between the big toe and the long toe, underneath the long toe and up through the second web space between the long toe and the third toe moving in the directions away from the said big toe and toward the other toes on such foot. The second non-adhesive elongated strip of absorbent material of this invention may be worn evenly looped horizontally down through the third web space moving in a direction away from the said big toe and toward the other toes on such foot and underneath the fourth toe and up though the fourth web space between said fourth toe and up through the web space between the fourth toe and the little toe. Alternately, one or more non-adhesive elongated strips of absorbent material of this invention may be worn in any manner, including evenly looped around every other toe on each foot or in some other manner.
  • After this process above is successfully completed, the excess material from each end of said elongated strip of absorbent material may be crossed over the top of the toes to prevent any additional sweat and other bodily fluids from seeping in between the toes and front portion of the feet of the human being. Alternately, the excess material from each end of said elongated strip of absorbent material may be crossed over the top of the toes to prevent any additional sweat and other bodily fluids from seeping in between the toes and front portion of the feet of the human being and each end of excess absorbent material may be fastened in any manner and/or cut. Alternatively, such excess absorbent material from the end and/or ends may be crossed over the top of the toes and/or underneath said toes to prevent any additional sweat and other bodily fluids from seeping underneath the toes and front portion of the feet of the human being.
  • The present invention also comprises 2.). a digital absorbent pad that is formed of two (2) adhesive elongated strips horizontally worn across the top of each foot facing each other, comprising of vertically placed hanging absorbent material in the middle and horizontally across said two horizontally worn adhesive elongated strips on top of each foot of a human being. Said adhesive elongated strips may be of any size, material, shape and worn in any location, including on top of each foot close to where the toes connect to the foot. After said adhesive elongated strips have been properly placed, on top of each foot, said absorbent material that is connected thereto is inserted or placed in between the toes and front portion of each foot. Said adhesive elongated strip horizontally worn closest to the top of each foot comprises a double sided adhesive elongated strip. Said adhesive elongated strip worn closest to the foot also comprises a peel off paper before placing such adhesive elongated strip on to the top of each said foot. Alternately, said elongated strip may partially comprise Velcro material. The top side of said adhesive elongated strip that faces upward and away from the top of each foot when properly worn does not comprise adhesive, except as indicated on said side of said adhesive elongated strip facing toward the second adhesive elongated strip and the top part of the foot when properly worn by the user.
  • Said absorbent material in the middle of said adhesive elongated strips may hang or extend in any direction, including vertically in length and horizontally in width from such horizontally worn adhesive elongated strips. Said absorbent material may be of any length, including approximately three inches (3 inches) vertically in length. Said absorbent material may be of any material, including non-absorbent material and/or a mixture of material. Such material may be of any width, including approximately six inches (6 inches) in width. Such material may be of any thickness, including approximately one and one half inches (½ inches) in thickness.
  • Such adhesive elongated strips may be of any size, including an extra large size, a large size, a regular size, a small size, an extra small size and a petite size. The size used by the user would depend upon the size foot and web spaces to be inserted comfortably in between each of the four webs of toes and front portion of the feet on each foot of a human being. Such adhesive elongated strips may be worn in any place, including on the foot and/or toes on a human being. Such adhesive elongated strip may be worn in any directions and manner, including worn stuck by adhesive on top of the foot horizontally across the top of the each foot and/or toes.
  • Such adhesive elongated strip may be worn in any position, including approximately one and one half inches (1½ inches) from where the toes are adjoined and/or is attached to the foot. Such adhesive elongated strip may be worn in any location near or close to the toes and foot of a human being, including whereby such absorbent material can be comfortably inserted or placed in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being to absorb sweat and other bodily fluids from in between the toes of a human being.
  • This invention also comprises 3.) a digital absorbent pad that may be of any length, width and thickness, shape and material, including a non-adhesive elongated strip of absorbent material comfortably comprising the best anatomically fit of a human being with extra large feet and extra wide web spaces. Such digital absorbent pad may be of any material, including non-adhesive and/or adhesive material, absorbent and/or non-absorbent material. Such digital absorbent pad may be of any shape, including of an elongated strip of absorbent material.
  • Such digital absorbent pad may be worn in any position, including a horizontally position across each toe, starting on top of the big toe of each foot, through the web space and underneath the long toe, through the web space and on top of the next (third) toe, though the web space and underneath the next (fourth) toe, through the web space and on top of the little (fifth) toe or vice versa.
  • Such digital absorbent pad may be worn in any manner, including positioned across each toe, starting on top of the big toe, through the web space and underneath the long (second) toe, through the web space and on top of the next (third) toe, though the web space and underneath the next (fourth) toe, through the web space and on top of the little (fifth) toe or vice versa. Such digital absorbent pad may be worn in any manner, including worn in a weaving type manner horizontally across each toe, through the web space and on top of a toe, through the web space and underneath the next toe or in some other suitable manner.
  • Other digital absorbent pads may comprise an entirely different construction. Such other digital absorbent pads may comprise a twisted, layered, folded, wrapped or rolled construction or some other type and/or types of constructions. These digital absorbent pads of this invention also relates to a preferred digital absorbent pad capable of being used comfortably in various aspects of this invention.
  • Other benefits of my invention will become more obvious to those skilled in the art in view of the above mentioned description and such enclosed drawings.
  • While the above description of my invention contains many specificities, such should not be interpreted and/or construed in any way as limitations on the scope of my invention, but rather as an exemplification of one preferred embodiment of my invention. Variations of my invention are possible.

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1. An absorbent pad.
2. A digital absorbent pad.
3. A digital insertable liquid absorbent disposable pad.
4. A digital absorbent pad of any size, shape and material, including cotton for any use, including for the comfortable insertion or placement in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being comprising hypoallergenic substance, anti-fungal medicine, antiseptic, medications, antiperspirants, deodorants and/or other substances for any purposes, including for dispensing in between the toes and front portion of the feet as a means for absorbing sweat and/or other bodily fluids; for prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of bacteria, fungus and odor from in between the toes and front portion of the feet; for the prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of athlete's foot, turf toe, swellings, other bodily injuries, diseases, ailments, abnormalities, impairments, maladies and/or disorders and worn by the user even while the user of this digital absorbent pad is wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes, sneakers and/or socks, stockings, tights and/or footies, sandals and socks or stockings during military activities to counter terrorism, regular military activities, regular work activities, regular civilian activities, regular sports activities, during bed time and other activities comprising:
a. a twisted, wrapped, layered, bent, rolled, cut, folded and flat supply of a compressed, slightly compressed, sufficiently compressed, non-compressed, loose absorbent material comprising any length, thickness, width, shape, anatomical fit, design, method of construction, number of surfaces and/or layers, twists, folds, wraps, rolls, bends, connects, encases, cuts, tears, tucks, embodiments and materials, including cotton comprising a first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface of equal length, width and thickness as opposed to a third longer and thicker absorbent surface of equal length and width with that of a fourth longer thinner absorbent surface of equal length and width with that of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface wherein; alternatively, a supply of compressed, slightly compressed, sufficiently compressed, non-compressed, loose material comprising of any length, width, thickness and material, shape, design, formation, method of construction and number of surfaces and/or layers, including a first surface and second surface of equal length, thickness and width wherein;
b. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface of equal length, width and thickness are layered, placed or positioned in any position, including directly on top of each other wherein; alternatively, said first and second surface may be of any length, width, thickness, material, shape, design, formation, method of construction and number of surfaces and/or layers, including surfaces of equal length that are layered, placed or positioned in any position, including directly on top of each other wherein;
c. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface of equal length, width and thickness are layered, placed or positioned at any location on top of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface, including directly on top of the lower one half (½) portion of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface of equal length and width with that of said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface wherein; alternatively, said first and second surface may be of any length, width, thickness, material, shape, design, formation, method of construction and number of surfaces and/or layers, including of equal length are layered, placed or positioned at any location, including on top of said third surface and directly on top of said third surface and fourth surface of any length, width, thickness, material, shape, design, formation, method of construction and number of surfaces and/or layers, including of equal length with that of said third surface and fourth surface wherein;
d. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface are layered, placed or positioned at any location on top of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface, including directly on top of the lower one half (½) portion of said third longer and thicker absorbent surface and said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface with matching ends wherein; alternatively, a digital absorbent pad is made by considerably covering said first surface and second surface with said third surface and said fourth surface and said first surface, second surface, third surface and said fourth surface are all twisted together one time in the middle of all above said surfaces, a sufficient amount of glue, adhesive and/or a bonding or sealant and other acceptable bonding technique known in the art may be used in any sufficient amount and manner, including by applying a sufficient amount of glue, adhesive and/or bonding or sealant up to approximately eight inches (8 inches) around the top one half of the said first surface and/or edges of the first surface and the one half of said first surface, one half if said second surface, one half of third surface and one half of aid fourth surface is folded over and on to the remaining one half of said first surface, one half of said second surface, one half of said third surface and one half of said fourth surface from the point of the said twist with matching ends wherein;
e. said first and second surfaces ends that are matching with said third surface end and said fourth surface end wherein; alternatively, a twisted, wrapped, layered, bent, rolled, cut and folded digital absorbent pad is made by considerably covering said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surface with said third longer and thicker absorbent surface and said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface wherein;
f. said first and second shorter and thinner absorbent surfaces ends are matching with said third longer and thicker absorbent surface end and said fourth longer and thinner absorbent surface end wherein; alternatively, a process that includes layering, folding and sufficiently compressing and/or bonding or sealing or other known acceptable bonding techniques known in the art are used if glue, adhesive and/or bonding or sealant and other acceptable bonding techniques known in the art are not used as outlined above wherein;
g. a process that includes twisting, wrapping, layering, bending, folding, rolling, encasing, cutting, sufficiently compressing and/or bonding or sealing or other known bonding techniques acceptable in the art wherein; alternatively, a sufficient compression may be preformed to any size, length, width, thickness, material and in any shape, manner, method and amount acceptable in the art, including up to approximately eight inches (8 inches) of compression around the edges, ends and/or center of the digital absorbent pad's material is sufficiently compressed or other wise assembled and affixed to form and maintain a digital absorbent pad of any specified, predetermined, desirable, self-sustaining size and shape wherein;
h. a sufficient compression and/or bonding or sealing is preformed to any length, width, thickness and shape, including up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch) of the edges, ends and/or center of the wrapped absorbent material is sufficiently compressed and/or bonded or sealed or otherwise assembled and affixed to form and maintain a digital absorbent pad of a specified, predetermined, desirable, self-sustaining shape wherein; alternatively, the remaining portion of the necessary and/or essential components that comprises a specified, predetermined, desirable, self-sustaining size and shape of a digital absorbent pad is not compressed in any way wherein;
i. the remaindering portion of the necessary and/or essential components that comprises any specified, predetermined, desirable, self-sustaining shape of a digital absorbent pad is not sufficiently compressed in any way wherein; alternatively, the excess materials that are not considered by the inventor as necessary and/or essential components comprising a specified, predetermined, desirable, self-sustaining size, materials and shape of a digital absorbent pad is trimmed and removed wherein;
j. the excess absorbent material is trimmed and removed wherein; alternatively, after the above mentioned process has been completed successfully in its entirety, a digital absorbent pad is readied for use wherein;
k. after the above mentioned process has been successfully completed, a digital absorbent pad is readied for use wherein; alternatively, either end and/or any combination of ends and/or center of said digital absorbent pad may be used as an insertion end or a withdrawal end.
l. either end or any combination of ends and/or center of said digital absorbent pad may be used as an insertion end or a withdrawal end.
5. A mass of absorbent material comprising:
a compressed, slightly compressed, sufficiently compressed, non-compressed digital absorbent pad layered, the intermediate layer or layers comprise absorbent material and the outer layer or layers include an absorbent material;
a compressed, slightly compressed, sufficiently compressed, non-compressed and loose absorbent pad layers, which includes a uniform or a non-uniform blend of absorbent materials in part and/or in its entirety;
a compressed, slightly compressed, sufficiently compressed, non-compressed and loose absorbent pad of this invention, which includes each and all layers thereof of basically 100% of the same absorbent material, such as the intermediate layer or layers, including 100% cotton and such outer layer or layers of 100% cotton.
6. A system and method for making and using a digital absorbent pad of any size, material, shape and use, including exotics and minor variations in designs, constructions, assemblies, colors, sizes, shapes and materials, adhesive, non-adhesive, self-adhesive and velcro for any purposes, including the comfortable insertion or placement in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being comprising hypoallergenic substance, anti-fungal medicine, antiseptic, medications, antiperspirants, deodorants and/or other substances for any purposes, including for dispensing in between the toes and front portion of the feet as a means for absorbing sweat, other bodily fluids; for prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of bacteria, fungus and odor from in between the toes and front portion of the feet; for the prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of athlete's foot, turf toe, swellings, other bodily injuries, diseases, ailments, abnormalities, maladies, impairments and/or disorders and worn by the user even while the user of this digital absorbent pad is wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes or tennis and/or socks, stockings or tights and/or footies, sandals and socks or stockings during various military activities to counter terrorism, regular military activities, civilian activities and sports activities.
7. A system and method for making and using either end or any combination of ends and/or center of this digital absorbent pad as an insertion end or a withdrawal end of the digital absorbent pads as outlined in this invention comprising compressed, slightly compressed, non-compressed cotton, loose cotton material and/or other materials that has been sufficiently compressed to any length, width, thickness, cut and shape around the edges, ends and/or center, including up to approximately one half of an inch (½ of an inch) and/or bonding or sealing for holding together the edges, ends and/or center of such material to maintain a predetermined, self-sustaining, comfortable shape after construction of the digital absorbent pad is completed.
8. A system and method for making and using digital absorbent pads and/or liquid wicking structure of any size, material and shape for any purposes, including the comfortable insertion or placement in between the toes and the front portion of the feet of a human being comprising hypoallergenic substance, anti-fungal medicine, antiseptic, medications, antiperspirants, deodorants and/or other substances for any purposes, including for dispensing in between the toes and front portion of the feet as a means for absorbing sweat, other bodily fluids; for prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of bacteria, fungus and odor from in between the toes and front portion of the feet for the prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of athlete's foot, turf toe, swellings, other bodily injuries, diseases, ailments, abnormalities, maladies, impairments and/or disorders and worn by the user even while the user of this digital absorbent pad is wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes or tennis and/or socks, stockings or tights and/or footies, sandals and socks or stockings comprising a withdrawal means that is a secondary part as opposed to a primary part, a non-essential part as opposed to an essential part of such digital absorbent pads, including digital absorbent pads comprising a withdrawal end as the top part of the unused part as opposed to the bottom part of the used part of the digital absorbent pad itself.
9. A system and method for making and using a digital absorbent pad of any size, material and shape to be worn or used in any manner and/or location with or without regular enclosed boots, shoes and/or socks, stocking, tights or footies, during any time and for any purpose, including for comfortable insertion or placement in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being comprising hypoallergenic substance, anti-fungal medicine, antiseptic, medications, antiperspirants, deodorants and/or other substances for any purposes, including for dispensing in between the toes and front portion of the feet as a means for absorbing sweat and/or other bodily fluids; for prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of bacteria, fungus and odor from in between the toes and front portion of the feet and worn by the user even while the user of this digital absorbent pad is wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes or tennis and/or socks, stockings, tights and/or footies, sandals and socks or stockings as a means for the prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of all athlete's foot symptoms, sweat, fungus, bacteria, infection, moisture, skin disorder, lesions, rash, itchy toes, foot odor, sores, other bodily, diseases, disorders, ailments, abnormalities, impairments, maladies, fluids, blisters, cracks, bunions, calluses, burning feet, scaly toes, peeling skin on toes and feet, smelly feet, arthritis, diabetes foot symptoms and other usages as outlined in this invention.
10. A system and method for making and using digital absorbent pads of any size, material and shape for any purposes, including the comfortable use in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being comprising hypoallergenic substance, anti-fungal medicine, antiseptic, medications, antiperspirants, deodorants and/or other substances for any purposes, including for dispensing in between the toes and front portion of the feet and worn by the user even while the user of this digital absorbent pad is wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes or tennis and/or socks, stockings, tights and/or footies, sandals and socks or stockings as a means for absorbing sweat, other bodily fluids; prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of bacteria, fungus and odor from in between the toes and front portion of the feet for the prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of athlete's foot, turf toe, swellings, other bodily injuries, diseases, ailments, abnormalities, maladies, impairments and/or disorders and to comfortably apply and remove make-up, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams, oils and baby care, general household usage and general healthcare usage from slightly compressed cotton, non-compressed cotton, loose cotton and other absorbent material such as sterilized 100% cotton, 100% pure non-chlorine bleached cotton, 100% biodegradable cotton, 100% rayon, 100% lambs wool, 100% polyamide fusible web for bonding fabrics together without stitching, cotton balls that have been unwrapped, cotton wads, cotton pledgets, loose cotton, sterilized cotton, organic cotton, sponge, foam, natural fiber, synthetic fiber, cotton, cotton batting, cotton squares, cotton rounds, rayon, velvet materials, woven materials, non-woven materials, super polymers, open cell foam, liquid absorbing gelling, fabrics, folded tissue, tissue wraps, tissue laminates polyester, silicone, thin rubber, thin plastic, gel, fiber, tissue, gauze and other materials which has been layered, wrapped, encased, rolled, folded, twisted, bent, connected, designed, constructed or otherwise altered and assembled into any specified, desirable, predetermined thickness, width, length, quality and self-sustaining form for absorption and retention of sweat, other bodily fluids, other usages as outlined herein and to comfortably accommodate the many different sizes and shapes of the human foot.
11. A system and method for making and using digital absorbent pads of any size, shape and material, including non-absorbent materials and/or absorbent materials for any purposes, including the comfortable insertion or placement in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being comprising hypoallergenic substance, anti-fungal medicine, antiseptic, medications, antiperspirants, deodorants and/or other substances for any purposes, including for dispensing in between the toes and front portion of the feet as a means for absorbing sweat, other bodily fluids; for prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of bacteria, fungus and odor from in between the toes and front portion of the feet for the prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of athlete's foot, turf toe, swellings, other bodily injuries, diseases, ailments, abnormalities, impairments, maladies and/or disorders and worn by the user even while the user of this digital absorbent pad is wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes or tennis and/or socks, stockings, tights and/or footies, sandals and socks or stockings to provide dry skin in between the toes and the front portion of the feet, channel sweat and other bodily fluids, capture, store and retain fluids, for absorbing and/or transporting sweat and other bodily fluids from in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being and to capture, store, retain and/or distribute fluids when such absorbent pads are used to apply and remove make-up, astringents and cleansing lotions, remove nail polish, creams, oils and baby care, general household and healthcare usage.
12. A system and method for making and using liquid wicking structures placed or positioned between the layers of material inside the digital absorbent pad as illustrated in this invention so that the liquid wicking structure may be close to the insertion end of the absorbent pad and/or positioned inside the digital absorbent pad of any position, manner, material, size and shape, including vertically, horizontally, slanted, zig zag o-shaped, w-shaped, unshaped, l-shaped, I-shaped, c-shaped, m-shaped and a cross section of any other various positions, sizes and shapes and materials, including non-absorbent materials and/or absorbent materials for any purposes, including the comfortable insertion or placement in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being comprising hypoallergenic substance, anti-fungal medicine, antiseptic, medications, antiperspirants, deodorants and/or other substances for any purposes, including for dispensing in between the toes and front portion of the feet as a means for absorbing sweat, other bodily fluids; for prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of bacteria, fungus and odor from in between the toes and front portion of the feet for the prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of athlete's foot, turf toe, swellings, other bodily injuries, diseases, ailments, abnormalities, impairments, maladies and/or disorders and worn by the user even while the user of this digital absorbent pad is wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes or tennis and/or socks, stockings, tights and/or footies, sandals and socks or stocking and other usages as outlined in this invention.
13. A system and method for making and using digital absorbent pads of any size, material and shape for any purposes, including the comfortable insertion or placement in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being comprising hypoallergenic substance, anti-fungal medicine, antiseptic, medications, antiperspirants, deodorants and/or other substances for any purposes, including for dispensing in between the toes and front portion of the feet as a means for absorbing sweat, other bodily fluids; for prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of bacteria, fungus and odor from in between the toes and front portion of the feet for; the prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of athlete's foot, turf toe, swellings, other bodily injuries, diseases, ailments, abnormalities, maladies, impairments and/or disorders and worn by the user even while the user of this digital absorbent pad is wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes or tennis and/or socks, stockings, tights and/or footies, sandals and socks or stocking as a moisture management device for transferring moisture outward from in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being through the sock, stocking, tight or footies for evaporation and also as a moisture management device by allowing the moisture to be held in and/or distributed evenly when such absorbent pad is otherwise used.
14. A system and method for making and using digital absorbent pads and liquid wicking structure of any material, size and shape, including an elongated rectangular, semi-circular, circular, triangular, hourglass, trapezoidal, cylindrical, concave, bioconcave, plano concave, right angle, biconvex, plano convex, convexo concave, convoluted, elliptical, caudal fin, pelvic fin, anal fin, overfold, recumbent fold, folded, rolled, planar, lozenge, lune, notch, oblate, oblong, polygonal, helical, incurvate, invaginate, lobe, trough, turbinate, ogive, prolate, twisted, wrapped, spun, spiral, woven, strips, loops, fossa, groove, angle, sheet, sinusoidal, slab, coil, square, round, cone, cube, oval shape and/or shapes, a generally backward E-shaped, T-shaped, L-shaped, P-shaped, O-shaped, Q-shaped, D-shaped, E-shaped, any combination of the above mentioned shapes and a cross section of many other different specified predetermined agreed upon, comfortable and self-sustaining configurations for any purposes, including for insertion and placement in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being comprising hypoallergenic substance, anti-fungal medicine, antiseptic, medications, antiperspirants, deodorants and/or other substances for any purposes, including for dispensing in between the toes and front portion of the feet as a means for absorbing sweat, other bodily fluids; for prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of bacteria, fungus and odor from in between the toes and front portion of the feet; for the prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of athlete's foot, turf toe, swellings, other bodily injuries, diseases, ailments, abnormalities, maladies, impairments and/or disorders and worn by the user even while the user of this digital absorbent pad is wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes or tennis and/or socks, stockings, tights and/or footies, sandals and socks or stockings and for other multiple usages as outlined in this invention.
15. A system and method for making and using digital absorbent pads of any desirable, comfortable, thickness, length, width, material, shape and manner by generally twisting, layering, folding, wrapping, rolling, bending and/or otherwise altering and assembling the absorbent material and/or non-absorbent material into any number of twists, layers, folds, wraps, rolls and bends for any purposes, including for insertion and placement in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being comprising hypoallergenic substance, anti-fungal medicine, antiseptic, medications, antiperspirants, deodorants and/or other substances for any purposes, including for dispensing in between the toes and front portion of the feet as a means for absorbing sweat, other bodily fluids; for prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of bacteria, fungus and odor from in between the toes and front portion of the feet; for the prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of athlete's foot, turf toe, swellings, other bodily injuries, diseases, ailments, abnormalities, maladies, impairments and/or disorders and worn by the user even while the user of this digital absorbent pad is wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes or tennis and/or socks, stockings, tights and/or footies, sandals and socks or stockings.
16. A system and method for making and using digital absorbent pads of any size, materials, shape and various mixtures of materials, including 98% cotton to 2% rayon; about 95% cotton to 5% rayon; 90% cotton to 10% rayon; 85% cotton to 15% rayon; 75% cotton to 25% rayon; 60% cotton to 40% rayon and 50% cotton to 50% rayon; 85% cotton to 15% foam; 70% cotton to 30% foam; 60% cotton to 40% foam; 75% cotton to 25% foam; 95% cotton 5% foam; 97% cotton to 3% foam and 50% cotton to 50% foam; 40% cotton to 60% foam; 85% cotton to 15% gauze; 75% cotton to 25% gauze; 40% cotton to 60% gauze; 95% cotton to 5% gauze; and 97% cotton to 3% gauze; 85% cotton to 15% silicone; 70% cotton to 30% silicone; 60% cotton to 40% silicone; 75% cotton to 25% silicone; 95% cotton to 5% silicone; 98% cotton to 2% silicone and 50% cotton to 50% silicone; 85% cotton to 15% lambs wool; 70% cotton to 30% lambs wool; 60% cotton to 40% lambs wool; 75% cotton to 25% lambs wool; 95% cotton to 5% lambs wool; 98% cotton to 2% lambs wool; 50% cotton to 50%; lambs wool; 60% lambs wool to 40% cotton; 70% lambs wool to 30% cotton; ; 50% cotton to 50%; 90% foam to 10% rayon; 85% foam to 15% rayon; 75% foam to 25% rayon; 60% foam to 40% rayon; 40% foam to 60% rayon; 30% foam to 70% rayon; 90% foam to 10% gel; 85% foam to 15% gel; 75% foam to 25% gel; 60% foam to 40% gel; 50% foam to 50% gel; 60% gel to 40% foam; 70% gel to 30% foam; 75% gel to 25% foam; 85% gel to 15% foam and by the use of polyester or other synthetic fibers to include some type of elasticity to the absorbent materials to be used for any purposes, including for insertion and placement in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being comprising hypoallergenic substance, anti-fungal medicine, antiseptic, medications, antiperspirants, deodorants and/or other substances for any purposes, including for dispensing in between the toes and front portion of the feet as a means for absorbing sweat, other bodily fluids; for prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of bacteria, fungus and odor from in between the toes and front portion of the feet for the feet; for the prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of athlete's foot, turf toe, swellings, other bodily injuries, diseases, ailments, abnormalities, maladies, impairments and/or disorders and worn by the user even while the user of this digital absorbent pad is wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes or tennis and/or socks, stockings, tights and/or footies, sandals and socks or stockings.
17. A system and method for making and using absorbent materials and/or non-absorbent materials of any shape, materials, size and/or dimension to design and construct a digital absorbent pad, including the specified dimensions of absorbent materials and non-absorbent materials before cutting such materials into any predetermined specified length, width and thickness comprising an elongated strip ranging up to about eight inches (8 inches) in width, and up to about four (4 inches) in thickness and up to about four feet (4 feet) in length for any purposes, including for insertion and placement in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being further comprising hypoallergenic substance, anti-fungal medicine, antiseptic, medications, antiperspirants, deodorants and/or other substances for any purposes, including for dispensing in between the toes and front portion of the feet as a means for absorbing sweat, other bodily fluids for prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of bacteria, fungus and odor from in between the toes and front portion of the feet; for the prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of athlete's foot, turf toe, swellings, other bodily injuries, ailments, abnormalities, maladies, impairments s and/or disorders and worn by the user even while the user of this digital absorbent pad is wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes or tennis and/or socks, stockings, tights and/or footies, sandals and socks or stockings.
18. A system and method for making and using a digital absorbent pad as outlined in this invention of any size, material and shape to be given different functions or modes of operation, integrally or separate, modular and/or in sections and for any purposes, including as or “a mass of absorbent material” or “a mass of absorbent pad” or “a digital insertable disposable hygienic device” or “a digital insertable disposable container device” or “a digital insertable disposable therapeutic device” or “a digital insertable disposable first aid device” or “a digital insertable disposable medication device” or “moisture management device”.
19. A system and method for making and using a digital absorbent pad of any size, shape, material and characteristics, including a washable non-disposable material that is entirely non-absorbent and non-disposable; partially non-absorbent, reusable non-absorbent materials and disposable absorbent materials; 100% silicone and/or a mixture of absorbent materials and/or other non-absorbent materials containing holes and/or silts and/or ridges and/or grooves; 100% cotton other absorbent materials and/or non-absorbent materials containing holes and/or silts and/or ridges and/or grooves; entirely disposable; entirely non-disposable and partially disposable for any purposes, including for the comfortable insertion and placement in between the toes and front portion of the feet of a human being comprising hypoallergenic substance, anti-fungal medicine, antiseptic, medications, antiperspirants, deodorants and/or other substances for any purposes, including for dispensing in between the toes and front portion of the feet as a means for absorbing sweat, other bodily fluids; for prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of bacteria, fungus and odor from in between the toes and front portion of the feet; for the prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of athlete's foot, turf toe, swellings, other bodily injuries, diseases, ailments, abnormalities, maladies, impairments and/or disorders and worn by the user even while the user of this digital absorbent pad is wearing regular enclosed boots, shoes or tennis and/or socks, stockings, tights, and/or footies, sandals and socks or stockings; including for use by the users for general household, general healthcare and other usages as outlined in this invention; having different characteristics and/or features, including a cleanable non-disposable and reusable material that is entirely non-absorbent, a disposable, single use digital absorbent pad; a digital absorbent pad containing partially absorbent material and partially non-absorbent material whereas such non-absorbent material is cleaned and reused and such absorbent material is disposed of and replaced; a 100% silicone digital absorbent pad containing holes and/or slits and/or ridges and/or grooves; a digital absorbent pad containing a mixture of silicone and absorbent material containing holes and/or slits and/or ridges and/or grooves; a digital absorbent pad containing a mixture of silicone and other non-absorbent material containing holes and/or slits and/or ridges and/or grooves; a digital absorbent pad containing 100% cotton; a digital absorbent pad containing 100% cotton containing holes and/or slits and/or ridges and/or grooves; a digital absorbent pad containing partially cotton and other absorbent materials containing holes and/or slits and/or ridges and/or grooves; a digital absorbent pad containing at least two (2) elongated absorbent strips of absorbent material for each foot of a human being, a digital absorbent pad containing at least one (1) or more separate non-adhesive elongated strips of absorbent materials of the length, width and thickness to comfortably and sufficiently constitute the best anatomically fit for wrapping once down through the web space between the big toe and second toe, also called the long toe, underneath the long toe and up through the second web space between the second toe and the third toe, moving in the direction away from the said big toe of a human being with matching ends located on top of such toe; alternatively, said matching ends may also extend to wrap and be located underneath all of the toes and a second digital absorbent containing one (1) or more separate non-adhesive elongated strip of absorbent materials of the length, width and thickness to comfortably and sufficiently constitute the best anatomically fit for wrapping once down through the third web space between the third toe, moving in the direction away from the said big toe of a human being, underneath the fourth toe and up through the fourth web space between said fourth toe and fifth toe, moving in the direction away from the big toe and toward the other toes on the foot of a human being with matching ends located on top of such toes; alternatively, said matching ends may also extend to wrap and be located underneath all of the toes; this same process is repeated on the second foot; this same process is repeated on the second foot; a digital absorbent pad containing at least two (2) adhesive elongated strip worn in any manner, including horizontally across the top of each foot up to approximately four (4) inches away from where the toes are adjoined and/or attached to the human foot facing each other, comprising of up to approximately seven inches (7) inches of vertically hung absorbent material, pointing in the directions of the toes for insertion and/or placement in between the toes and front portion of the feet of the human being, said digital absorbent pad is secured to the human foot by an adhesive strip on each side of the digital absorbent pad and attached to the foot with one adhesive strip in the middle of said digital absorbent pad and attached to the top of the foot; this same process is repeated on the second foot; a digital absorbent pad containing one or more a non-adhesive elongated strips of absorbent material comfortably worn in any position, including a horizontally position across each toe, starting on top of the big toe of each foot, down through the first web space and underneath the long toe, also called the second toe, moving in the direction away from said big toe up through the second web space and on top of the third toe, down though the third web space and underneath the fourth toe, up through the fourth web space and on top of the fifth toe or worn vice versa in a weaving type manner horizontally across each toe, alternatively, the said digital absorbent pad may be secured to the human foot by one adhesive strip on each end of said non-adhesive elongated strip of absorbent material, alternatively, said non-adhesive elongated strip of absorbent material may also be extended to wrapped underneath and located underneath all of the toes once the above mentioned weaving process has been completed; this same process is repeated on the second foot; an adjustable digital absorbent pad whereby at least one or more elongated layers of 100% Cotton and/or some other absorbent material are twisted together at least one (1) time in the middle of all said absorbent layers; one (1) or more elongated layers of 100% Cotton and/or some other absorbent material are twisted together at least one time in the middle of all said absorbent layers and is folded over and onto itself with matching ends; an adjustable digital absorbent pad containing completely 100% Cotton material and/or some other absorbent material whereas such adjustable digital absorbent pad is disposed of and thrown away after a single use; one or more ends of this adjustable digital absorbent pad may be moved outward from on top of each other, in the opposite direction of the other to create a longer desirable in between the toes anatomically fit; this adjustable digital absorbent pad is also a “one size fits all” digital absorbent pad as a means of prevention, treatment, management, alleviation and/or elimination of athlete's foot, arthritis, diabetes foot symptoms and other usages as outlined in this invention and for any other purposes.
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