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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • A45D24/00Hair combs for care of the hair; Accessories therefor
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Oct. 20, 1942. J J BATTLE HAIR OPERATORS INSTRUMENT Filed 001;. 21, 1941 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 IN VENTOR.

BY JQSLPH J. 5/1 THE %6 m, g TZ'OKI EI Patented Oct. 20, 1942 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE HAIR OPERATORS INSTRUMENT Joseph J. Battle, New York, N. Y.

Application October 21, 1941, Serial No. 415,891

14 Claims.

This invention relates to hair operators instruments, and is a continuation in part of applicants application Serial No. 396,791, filed June 6, 1941, for Hair operators instruments. This invention is particularly directed to an instrument for treating the hair, or for preparation of the hair for permanent waving, hair dyeing, and to the like instruments.

An object of this invention is to provide a highly improved instrument of the character described, having means to comb out a lock of hair, means to apply a liquid, such as permanent waving solution to the hair, and means for smoothing out the lock of hair While the lock is being Wound on a curler rod.

Another object of this invention is to provide an instrument of the character described having a transparent, hollow, tubular handle forming a receptacle for liquid, such as hair treating solution, or hair dye, said hollow handle being formed with a hollow stem or neck provided with means to receive either an applicator or a comb, the neck being formed with openings through which the liquid may seep or flow into the applicator or comb, said applicator or comb being removable and replaceable.

Still a further object of this invention is to provide an instrument of the character described in the form of a receptacle for liquid adapted to pass through suitable openings in the receptacle into either an absorbent applicator or a brush, said receptacle having an opening at one end adapted to be closed by a member carrying a smoother pin or a rat-tail comb.

Yet another object of this invention is to provide a single instrument having means to fully prepare the hair for permanent waving operation. Thus, the improved instrument may be comfortably held in the hand, and has a comb portion to first comb out a lock of hair. Then the instrument may be turned around to permit hair treating solution to pass from the instrument onto an applicator, so that the solution may be readily applied to the lock. Thereafter, the instrument may be turned around again and the lock combed out once more. Thereafter, the lock may be wound on a curler rod and the lock smoothed out by the smoother pin on the instrument. After the hair is fully wound on the curler rod, the curler rod may be tightened on the clamp by means of a wrench portion on the instrument. The instrument may be made of transparent material to permit the operator to see how much solution is therein.

provide in an instrument of the character described having improved means for gripping a cotton applicator to hold the applicator in such Yet a further object of this invention is to position that liquid from the instrument will seep thereinto, said gripping means furthermore serving as guides for the back of a brush adapted to be slidably mounted on said instrument.

Yet a further object of this invention is to provide an instrument of the character described, in which the neck is offset with respect to the tubular handle and parallel thereto, so as to facilitate flow of liquid from the handle to the neck for passage to the applicator or brush, and without necessitating excessive tilting of the instrument while brushing the hair or applying hair treating solution thereto.

Still a further object of this invention is to provide a strong, compact and durable instrument of the character described, which shall be relatively inexpensive to manufacture, easy to use and refill, attractive in appearance, and yet practical and efiicient to a high degree.

Other objects of this invention will in part be obvious and in art hereinafter pointed out.

The invention accordingly consists in the features of construction, combinations of elements, and arrangement of parts which will be exemplifled in the construction hereinafter described, and of which the scope of application will be indicated in the following claims.

In the accompanying drawings, in which are shown various possible illustrative embodiments of this invention,

Fig. 1 is an axial, cross-sectional view through an instrument embodying the invention;

Fig. 2 is a top plan view of said instrument with the applicator removed;

Fig. 3 is a perspective view of one of the applicators;

Fig. 4 is a cross-sectional view taken on line 4-4 of Fig. 1;

Fig. 5 is a cross-sectional view taken on line 5-5 of Fig. 1;

Fig. 6 is a view similar to Fig. 1, and illustrat. ing another form of the invention;

Fig. '7 is a top plan view of the structure shown in Fig. 6;

Fig. 8 is a perspective view of the brush shown in Fig. 6;

Fig. 9 is a front, elevational view of the device shown in Fig. 6;

Fig. 10 is a cross-sectional view taken on line Ill-l0 of Fig. 6; and

Fig. 11 is a bottom plan view of a brush embodying the invention, and illustrating a. modified form of said brush.

Referring now in detail to the drawings, I designates a hair operator's instrument embodying the invention for preparing the hair for permanent waving, or for dyeing the hair, or for any similar purposes. The instrument I!) comprises a member H, preferably made of transparent material, such as "Lucite" or any other plastic or composition material. The member II has a hollow, cylindrical or tubular handle portion l2, closed at its rear end by a wall l3. Wall |3 has a central inwardly extending recess or socket M, in which is embedded one end ofa prismatic metal wrench 5, projecting beyond said rear wall, for the purpose hereinafter appearing.

At the forward end of the hollow handle l2,

- is a forwardly tapering portion H, from which there extends forwardly, a tubular, narrow neck portion l8, open at its forward end, asat I9. The forward end of the tubular neck I8 is screw threaded internally, as at 20. Said tubular portion is furthermore formed with a longitudinal row of spaced openings 2|.

Extending from the tubular portion l8 in a diametric plane, passing through the openings 2|, is an integral comb portion 22. The teeth of the comb preferably project only slightly beyond the handle l2, so as not to project too far therefrom, whereby the teeth are more protected against breakage.

Integrally formed with the neck portion l8, are a pair of similar. symmetricallyv disposed, longitudinal, transversely curved walls 23, co-extensive with the neck and forming therebetween a longitudinal channel 24 with which the openings 2| communicate. Thus, the walls 23 are on opposite sides of the row of openings It will be noted that the comb 22 is in a. plane longitudinally bisecting the channel 24. The

clamping walls 23 are adapted to grippingly engage an applicator 2'1 forced into the channel 24. The applicator is preferably in the form of a cylindrical piece of cotton or other absorbent material, and is quite similar to a dental roll, except that the exterior surface thereof is not glazed, so that it will better absorb liquid seeping through the openings 2|.

As shown in Fig. 4 of the drawings, the applicator covers the openings 2|, so that the liquid will not freely pass out of the opening, but will seep into and saturate the applicator.

The walls 23 are formed ad acent the outer edges thereof with integral inwardly extending teeth 28. to grip the applicator and retain the same within the channel 24. The applicator 21 projects beyond the walls 23. so that said applicator may be rubbed against the hair to apply liquid thereto.

Mounted n the forward end of member II, is a mem er 30. Said member 30 comprises a screw threa ed member 36a made of composition or plast c ma erial, screwe within the screw threaded opening 20 of neck l8. Said screw threaded member 30a is formed with an annular knurled head 33 and also has an axial screw threaded opening 3 a. Screwed within the screw threaded openin 33a, is the rear end of an axial 3 pin 35. A washer 36 may be interposed between the head 33 and the forward end of the neck The pin 35 may be of metal, and rigidly fixed to the head 33 in any suitable manner.

The operation of the instrument 1 bedescribed:

l0 will now vice l0.

In using the instrument for preparing the hair for permanent waving, member 30 is first removed and the instrument filled with hair treating solution usually used for permanent waving. Member 30 is then re-applied to the instrument to close the open end of the neck l8. A clean cotton applicator 21 is then forced into channel 24. The instrument is then held with the comb down, and a lock of hair combed out. The instrument is then turned so that the applicator contacts the hair. The applicator is then moved up and down on the lock of hair, and the solution seeping through the openings 2| in the cotton applicator, saturates the latter so that the solution may be applied to the lock of hair. Thereafter, the instrument is again turned around and the lock of hair is again combed. The lock is then applied to a curler rod and as said curler rodis wound, the lock is smoothed by means of the smoother pin 35. curler rod is completely wound on the clamp, it may be tightened by means of wrench l5 at the rear end of the instrument.

The handle I2 is of such proportion as to permit the same to be easily held in the hand and to contain suflicient liquid to do a whole head of hair.

The applicator 21 is replaced for each head. When the hair is being combed out, the instrument is held in such a way that the solution will not pass through the openings 2|.

Obviously, hair dye may be applied to hair by means of the instrument, or any other solution may be applied to the hair with the improved instrument.

The tubular neck portion l8 may be formed with a small through opening |8c extending to one of the spaces between teeth of the comb 22 to admit air to the container, so as to facilitate flow of liquid through the openings 2| to the applicator 27.

In Figs. 6 to 10 there is shown an instrument lOa embodying the invention, and illustrating a modified construction. The instrument Ina likewise comprises a tubular handle portion |2a closed atone end by a rear wall |3a. On wall |3a is also mounted a prismatic wrench |5a. Extending from the forward end of tubular mem her 2a, is an offset tapering portion Ila, from which there extends a tubular neck portion I811, parallel to the tubular portion |2a and offset therefrom. The tubular portion |8a is likewise formed with a comb 22 extending in a direction opposite to the offset. The comb 22 is in a plane passing through the axes of tubular portion |2a and neck portion |8a.

At the forward end of tubular portion 8a is an internal, screw threaded opening 20a. Tubular portion I 8a is formed with a plurality of openings 2la in the planeof the comb 22 and diametrically opposed to said comb. Extending from said tubular portion |8a are a pair of similar, symmetrically disposed, curved walls 23a forming a channel 24a therebetween.

It will be noted that the comb 22 is in a plane bisecting the channel 24a. The walls 23a are provided with inwardly extending teeth 28a adapted to grip an applicator 21 in the same way as the teeth 28 grip the applicator 21 in the de- Screwed to theforward end of the tubular neck |8a is a member 40, similar to member 30, with the exception that the pin 35 is replaced by a rat-tail comb 4|. Instead of inserting an applicator into the channel 24a, there may be slid- After the ably mounted therein a brush 50. Said brush has a back portion 55 frictionally received in channel 25a, and frictionally engaging the walls 23a, being guided into said channel by the teeth 28a. Said teeth contact the top surface of the back portion 58 of the brush, as shown in Fig. 10 of the drawings. The back of the brush maybe formed with a plurality of openings'tz. Thus, the liquid from the receptacle passes through the openings Zia and 52' ontothe bristles 53 of the brush. The rear end of the channel 2 3a may be closed by a web 55 formed with a forwardly extending ledge 56. The rear end of the back portion 5i of the brush engages the undersurface of the ledge 56 and contacts the web 55. v

At the forward end of the back portion 58 of the brush is an enlarged head 51 formed on opposite sides thereof with grooves 58 to receive the forward edge portions 60 of the side walls 23a. The brush may be removed by gripping the head 51 so that the bristles 53, which may be saturated with dye, need not be touched.

In Fig. 11 there is shown a brush 500. similar to brush 50, with the exception that the back portion Sla thereof is formed with a longitudinal slot instead ofwith spaced openings 52.

It will be noted that the ofiset of the tubular portion l8a relative to the tubular handle lZa facilitates flow of liquid to the openings 2| without necessitating excessive tilting of the instrument.

It will thus be seen that there is provided a device in which the several objects of this invention are achieved, and which is well adapted to meet the conditions of practical use.

As various possible embodiments might be made of the above invention, and as various changes might be made in the embodiments above set forth, it is to be understood that all matter herein set forth or shown in the accompanying drawings is to be interpreted as illustrative and not in a limiting sense.

Having thus described my invention, 1 claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent:

1. An instrument of the character described comprising a tubular handle closed at its rear end, a longitudinal hollow neck extending from the forward end of the handle, and offset therefrom, and parallel thereto, said neck being formed with a row of spaced openings, and applicator means on said neck adapted to receive liquid passing through said row of openings.

2. An instrument of the character described comprising a tubular handle closed at its rear end, a longitudinal hollow neck extending from 5 the forward end of the handle, and offset therefrom, and parallel thereto, said neck being formed with a row of spaced openings, and applicator means on said neck adapted to receive liquid passing through said row of openings, said row of openings being located in a plane passing through the axes of said handle and neck and on the side of the neck more removed from the axis of the handle.

3. An instrument of the character described, comprising a tubular handle closed at its rear end, a longitudinal hollow neck extending from the forward end of the handle, and formed with a row of spaced openings, and a pair of opposed, coextensive walls extending longitudinally of the neck, and forming a channel therebetween, said openings communicating with said channel, said walls being formed with aligned rows of inwardly extending teeth, and a brush having a back portion slidably received within said channel, and said teeth engaging said back portion.

4. An instrument of the character described, comprising a tubular handle closed at its rear end, a longitudinal hollow neck extending from the forward end of the handle, and formed with a row of spacedopenings, and. a pair of opposed, coextensive walls extending longitudinally of the neck, and forming a channel therebetween, said openings communicating with said channel, said walls being formed with aligned rows of inwardly extending teeth, and a brush having a back portion slidably received within said channel, and said teeth engaging said back portion, the back of said brush being formed with one or more openings.

5. An instrument of the character described, comprising a tubular handle closed at its rear end, a longitudinal hollow neck extending from the forward end of the handle, and formed with a row of spaced openings, and a pair of opposed, coextensive walls extending longitudinally of the neck, and forming a channel therebetween, said openings communicating with said channel, said walls being formed with aligned rows of inwardly extending teeth, and a brush having a back portion slidably received within said channel, and said teeth engaging said back portion, the back of said brush being formed with one or more openings, the back portion of said brush being furthermore formed at its forward end with a head having grooves to receive the forward ends of said opposed walls.

6. An instrument of the character described, comprising a tubular handle closed at its rear end, alongitudinal hollow neck extending from the forward end of the handle, and formed with a row of spaced openings, and a pair of opposed, coextensive walls extending longitudinally of the neck, and forming a channel therebetween, said openings communicating with said channel, said walls being formed with aligned rows of inwardly extending teeth, and a brush having a back portion slidably received within said channel, and said teeth engaging said back portion, said tubular neck portion being disposed parallel to and offset from said tubular handle portion.

7. An instrument of the character described, comprising a member made of transparent material and having a tubular portion closed at its rear end serving as a handle for the instrument. a tapering portion extending from the forward end of said tubular portion, an axial tubular neck extending from said tapering portion, said neck being formed with a row of spaced openings. means on said neck to form a longitudinal channel communicating with said row of spaced open.- ings, and adapted to grip an applicator roll of absorbent material inserted into said channel to close said openings, said tapering portion being inclined to one side of the axis of said tubular portion, and said tubular neck being disposed parallel to said tubular portion and offset therefrom.

8. An instrument of the character described comprising a hollow member formed with a row of openings and with a pair of opposed, coextensive, longitudinal, outwardly extending walls on opposite sides of said row of openings forming a channel therebetween communicating with said openings, said pair of walls being formed with rows of aligned, inwardly extending teeth dis-- posed in a common plane, parallel to the axis of said member, and a brush having a back portion slidably received within said channel, said teeth I engaging the back of said brush, and the bristles of said brush extending beyond said channel, the back of said brush being perforated.

9. An instrument of the character described, comprising a tubular member formed with a row of spaced openings, said tubular member being formed with a pair of similar, symmetrically disposed, opposed curved walls forming a channel therebetween communicating with the openings, and a brush having a back portion slidably received within said channel, said back portion being perforated.

10. An instrument of the character described, comprising a tubular member formed with a row of spaced openings, said tubular member being formed with a pair of similar, symmetrically disposed, opposed curved walls forming a channel therebetween communicating with the openings, a brush having a back portion slidably received within said channel, said back portion being perforated, and a head at the forward end of the back of the brush formed with grooves to receive the forward edges of said channel forming walls.

11. An instrument of the character described, comprising a tubular member formed with a row of spaced openings, said tubular member being formed with a pair of similar, symmetrically disposed, opposed curved walls forming a channel therebetween communicating with the openings, a brush having a back portion slidably received within said channel, said back portion being perforated, and a head at the forward end of the back of the brush formed with grooves to receive 1 the forward edges of said channel forming walls,

the rear ends of said pair of walls being inter- 1 connected by a web portion, and said pair of walls being interconnected by a wall at the rear ends thereof, disposed at right angles to and extending from said web portion. 5

12. An instrument of the character described, comprising a tubular member formed with a row of spaced openings, said tubular member being formed with a pair of similar, symmetrically disposed, opposed curved walls forming a channel therebetween communicating with the openings, 9. brush having a back portion slidably received within said channel, said back portion being perforated, and a head at the forward end of the back of the brush formed with grooves to receive the forward edges of said channel forming walls, the rear ends of said pair of walls being interconnected by a web portion, and said pair of walls being interconnected by a wall at the rear ends thereof disposed at right angles to and extending from said web portion, said pair of walls being formed with rows of teeth extending inwardly toward each other, and disposed in a common plane parallel to the axis of said member.

13. An instrument of the character described, comprising a tubular member formed with a row of spaced openings, said tubular member being formed with a pair of similar, symmetrically disposed, opposed curved .walls forming a channel therebetween communicating with the openings, and a brush having a, back portion slidably received within said channel, said back portion being perforated, said member having an opening at its front end, and means to close said opening.

14. An instrument of the character described, comprising a member having a tubular handle portion, and a tubular neck portion of reduced diameter, extending longitudinally of the handle portion, said neck portion being formed with a row of longitudinal openings, and a pair of similar, symmetrically disposed, integral walls extending longitudinally of the neck portion and forming a channel therebetween, said walls being formed with inwardly projecting teeth for holding an applicator, adapted to be pressed into the channel, within the channel to cover said openings, the undersides of said teeth forming a guide for a brush adapted to be slidably received within the channel and held in the channel by the guide teeth, the forward endof said channel being open to admit the brush into the channel.

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US2745126A (en) * 1953-06-24 1956-05-15 Inter City Mfg Company Combined washer and squeegee
US2774095A (en) * 1952-03-28 1956-12-18 Berg Sven Martin Apparatus for treating hair with liquids
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US2889567A (en) * 1955-11-22 1959-06-09 Nathan L Solomon One-piece moulded plastic brush
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US3481676A (en) * 1968-02-08 1969-12-02 Gilbert Schwartzman Disposable self-container applicator
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