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US3146464A US120302A US12030261A US3146464A US 3146464 A US3146464 A US 3146464A US 120302 A US120302 A US 120302A US 12030261 A US12030261 A US 12030261A US 3146464 A US3146464 A US 3146464A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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Sept. 1, 1964 E. N. BURNETT DISPOSABLE BIB 2 Sheets-Sheet l Filed June 28, 1961 IN1/Emol; Edward N. Burnett E. N. BURNETT DISPOSABLE BIB Sept. l, 1964 2 sheets-sheet 2 Filed June 28, 1961 Fiq.3.

HERE INVENToR Edward N. Burnett BY United States Patent O 3,146,464 DESPSABLE B1B Edward N. Burnett, Fremont, Mich., assigner to Gerber Products Company, Fremont, Mich. Filed Enne 2S, 1961, Ser. No. 120,302 3 Claims. (Cl. '2-49) This invention relates to disposable bibs and more particularly to a disposable bib formed of paper which may be easily draped upon an infant and secured and correspondingly easily removed from the infant for disposal.

A principal object of the invention is to provide a disposable bib which may be formed in a continuous roll for ease of storage, distribution, sale, and use and which provides a readily accessible paper bib which can be conveniently and quickly fitted and secured. Similarly, the bib is provided with attaching means which may be easily removed frorn the child upon completion of use for convenient disposal.

A further and more specific object of the present invention is to provide a disposable bib construction having portions of the body of the bib severable therefrom in order to form convenient tie tapes which may be Wrapped around the infant and tied without the need for external attaching means.

A specific object of the invention is to provide a disposable bib for infants that may be easily and securely fitted to the child by the strings or tapes, integral with the bib, and which method of afxation will not be easily dislodged from the infant as in the case of conventional disposable bibs.

Other objects and advantages will become apparent upon referring to the specification and accompanying drawings in which similar characters of reference represent corresponding parts in the several views.

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FIG. 1 is a plan view of two joined blanks, one shown fragmentarily, each adapted to form a disposable bib in accordance with a preferred form of this invention.

FIG. 2 shows a blankrof FIG. 1 formed into a bib.

FIG. 3 is a plan view of a bib blank attached to another bib blank showing a modification of the invention.

FIG. 4 is a view showing the blank of FIG. 3 formed into a bib.

The disposable bib of the present invention may be formed of paper toweling stock which has been lanolin treated to soften the material and, preferably, at least the underside of the bib is treated with a silicone material which renders the paper impervious to moisture for at least a period of time sufficient for use by the infant. Preferably the top surface of the bib is left untreated by silicone so that it remains absorbent. Again, the bibs are preferably produced in roll form for purposes of ease in storage, shipping and dispensing of the individual bibs jult as in the case of ordinary roll paper towels or the Referring to the drawings, FIG. l illustrates a bib blank comprising an elongated rectangular body portion generally indicated at 2 formed of lanolin and silicone treated paper toweling or like paper material. The bib blanks are produced in lengths for purposes of roll formation and each blank is joined to the next succeeding blank by a perforate tear-line 3. The head end 4 of the blank is provided with a neck hole 5 which is formed by removing the disc element 6 formed by tear line 7. Access to the neck hole is obtained by means of tear line lll which is boundaried by the head end or edge 4 or body 2 and intersects With the neck hole tear line 7.

In order to position the bib upon an infant the tear line 7 is broken and the disc 6 is removed to form the neck hole 5 and the childs neck is then placed within the hole "ice and adhesive patch piece S is then adhesively connected to adhesive patch 9 provided on the opposite side of the bib body. The adhesive employed is that which is known to adhere only to like adhesive and is hereinafter referred to as self-adhering adhesive. The patches of self-adhering adhesive 8 and 9 are elongate and disposed approximately parallel to the head end edge so that suitable adjustment may be made to accommodate the neck size of the infant to whom the bib is applied.

The bottom end of the bib body is provided with a fold line 13 which bisects elongate self-adhering adhesive patches 14 and 15 disposed adjacent opposite marginal edges of the bib. The patches 14 and 15 are inset slightly from the margins of the bib body and also from the bottom edge of the bib body in order that when folded along fold line 13 and patches 14 and 15 adhered together a pouch 25 is formed to receive crumbs and other refuse which might be dropped by the infant.

Marginal strips or tie tapes 17 and 1S are provided along opposite sides of the body portion beginning at the head end 4- of the body and continuing to a point approximately mid-way of the length of the bib body and which strips are defined by tear lines 19 and 21 spaced inwardly of the body portion side margins 22 and 23 and parallel thereto. The strips 17 and 18 are formed by tearing along the tear lines 19 and 21 and they may then be tied around the infant as, for example, illustrated in FIG. 2. The use of the tie tapes 17 and 18 enables a secure adjustment to be made around the infant to whom the bib is attached and it will not be easily dislodged but, by the same token, may be easily removed for disposal.

FIG. 2 shows the blank of FIG. l folded :and formed into a bib and wherein the neckhole 5 is formed by selfadhering adhesive patches 8 and 9 and the pouch 25 is formed by folding the bottom of the blank upon itself.

The tie strips 17 and 18 are shown tied as they would be positioned around/the back of an infant.

FIGS. 3 and 4 illustrate a modification of the invention and where the difference over the blank of FIG. 1 resides in the fact that a single tie strip or tape 31 is provided integral with the body portion of the bib 2 and severable therefrom along tear line 32. The tear strip 31 is defined by tear line 32 provided parallel to side edge 33 of the bib body and extending from the head end 4 thereof to a point slightly below the midway position between the head edge 4 and the tear line 3. The tear line 32 is spaced inwardly from edge 33 a sufficient distance to give enough strength to the defined strip to function as an encircling means to hold the bib securely to the infant.

Disposed adjacent the edge of the bib body opposite that of the tear tape 31 is an elongate patch of self-adhering adhesive 36 located approximately at right angles to the side edge 34 and approximately opposite the bottom end of said tear line 32. Located on the opposite surface of the bib body from adhesive patch 36 is an elongate selfadhering adhesive patch 35 elongate in shape and located on the strip 31 in parallel relation thereto.

In operation the bib is affixed to the infant by placing the infants neck in the neck hole and adjusting the neck size through the positioning of self-adhering adhesive patches 8 and 9 and the tie tape 31 is severed along tear line 32 and is Wrapped around the body of the infant and the adhesive patch 35 is contacted with patch 36 to provide a snug fit. It is noted that the patches 35 and 36 are elongated and thus enable adjustment to the particular infant size to which the bib is axed.

FIG. 4 shows the blank of FIG. 3 folded to form the modified disposable bib and wherein the tie strip or tie tape 31 has been severed along score line 32 and is shown in broken lines at 37 with the elongate self-adhering patches 35 and 36 in adhesive Contact with one another.

The length of the tie tapes or tie strips of the bib blanks shown in both FIGS. 1 and 3 are stated to be of a length defined by the tear lines extending from the head edge of the blanks to a point approximately midway between the head and bottom edges of the blank. In practice the tie strip of FIG. 3 will probably be longer than the tie strips of FIG. 1 but for purposes of specification and claim terminology the expression midway between the head and bottom edges is intended to include tear lines of greater or lesser length and less than midway or greater than midway of said edges to produce strips of sufiicient length to perform their function,

While the invention has been described in more or less specific detail for purposes of clarity of description by way of example and illustration, it is understood that various changes and modifications may be made and practiced within the spirit of the invention and scope of the appended claims.

I claim:

l. A blank for a disposable bib comprising a iiexible sheet of disposable cellulosic material forming a bib body of generally rectangular configuration having a head edge, a bottom edge, and two side edges, a portion of said body adjacent said head edge and midway between said side edges being perforated to define a neckhole in said body, said body also being formed with a perforate tear line adjacent one side edge thereof forming an elongate tie strip, said tear line extending parallel to said side edge from said head edge to a point approximately midway between said head edge and said bottom edge, a lirst self-adhering adhesive patch on said tie strip adjacent the head edge thereof, a second self-adhering adhesive patch on said body adjacent said bottom edge and the side edge opposite the side edge adjacent which said perforate tear line is formed, said second self-adhering adhesive patch being elongated along an axis approximately parallel to said bottom edge, whereby on separation of said tie strip from said body along said perforate tear line, said tear strip can be adjustably positioned around the wearers torso by engaging said iirst self-adhering patch to said second self-adhering patch at a site along the axis of elongation thereof.

2. A blank for a disposable bib comprising a flexible sheet of disposable cellulosic material forming a bib body of generally rectangular configuration having a head and bottom edge and two side edges, a portion of said body adjacent the head edge midway between the side edge being perforated to deiine a generally circular neckhole, at least one tie strip located adjacent one side edge of the body portion integral with the body and severable therefrom, said tie strip being defined by a tear line spaced inwardly of said side edge parallel thereto and extending from the head edge of the body to a point approximately midway between the head edge and the bottom edge, an elongate patch of self-adhering adhesive applied to said tie strip adjacent the head edge and parallel to the tealline defining the tie strip, and another elongate patch of self-adhering adhesive disposed on said body adjacent the side edge thereof opposite the side edge forming the tie strip at approximately the distance from the head edge of the blank as the bottom of said tear line, whereby said elongate patches are conjoinable in a plurality of positions to effect adjustment of said tie strip.

3. A plurality of rectangular bib blanks formed in a continuous roll of disposable cellulosic strip material, each blank dened a perforate tear line transverse said `strip for forming a head end, a portion of said blank adjacent said head end and midway between the side edges of the strip being perforated to define a neckhole in said blank, a perforate tear line parallel to and spaced from said head end forming a tear line defining the bottom end of the blank, at least one perforate tear line formed in said blank adjacent a side edge thereof and extending parallel to said side edge from said head end and perpendicular thereto to a point approximately midway between said head end and said bottom end and defining a torso encircling tie strip, and means for securing the free end of said tie strip in torso encircling position including cohesive means.

References Cited in the file of this patent UNITED STATES PATENTS 2,173,344 Spanel Sept. 19, 1939 2,424,680 Doyle July 29, 1947 2,852,778 Berl Sept. 23, 1958 2,881,447 Shackelford Apr. 14, 1959 2,900,640 Haydu Aug. 25, 1959 3,001,646 Cooper Sept. 26, 1961 FOREIGN PATENTS 1,008 Great Britain Jan. 22, 1886

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1. A BLANK FOR A DISPOSABLE BIB COMPRISING A FLEXIBLE SHEET OF DISPOSABLE CELLULOSIC MATERIAL FORMING A BIB BODY OF GENERALLY RECTANGULAR CONFIGURATION HAVING A HEAD EDGE, A BOTTOM EDGE, AND TWO SIDE EDGES, A PORTION OF SAID BODY ADJACENT SAID HEAD EDGE AND MIDWAY BETWEEN SAID SIDE EDGES BEING PERFORATED TO DEFINE A NECKHOLE IN SAID BODY SAID BODY ALSO BEING FORMED WITH A PERFORATE TEAR LINE ADJACENT ONE SAID EDGES THEREOF FORMING AN ELONGATE TIE STRIP, SAID TEAR LINE EXTENDING PARALLEL TO SAID SIDE EDGE FROM SAID HEAD EDGE TO A POINT APPROXIMATELY MIDWAY BETWEEN SAID HEAD EDGE AND SAID BOTTOM EDGE, A FIRST SELF-ADHERING ADHESIVE PATCH ON SAID THE STRIP ADJACENT THE HEAD EDGE THEREOF, A SECOND SELF-ADHERING ADHESIVE PATCH ON SAID BODY ADJACENT SAID BOTTOM EDGE AND THE SIDE EDGE OPPOSITE THE SIDE EDGE ADJACENT WHICH SAID PERFORATE TEAR LINE IS FORMED, SAID SECOND SELF-ADHERING ADHESIVE PATCH BEING ELONGATED ALONG AN AXIS APPROXIMATELY PARALLEL TO SAID BOTTOM EDGE, WHEREBY ON SEPARATION OF SAID TIE STRIP FROM SAID BODY ALONG SAID PERFORATE TEAR LINE; SAID TEAR STRIP CAN BE ADJUSTABLY POSITIONED AROUND THE WEARER''S TORSO BY ENGAGING SAID FIRST SELF-ADHERING PATCH TO SAID SECOND SELF-ADHERING PATCH AT A SITE ALONG THE AXIS OF ELONGATION THEREOF.
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US3328807A (en) * 1965-02-04 1967-07-04 Strauss Kurt Disposable protective bib
US3416157A (en) * 1966-03-08 1968-12-17 Colgate Palmolive Co Disposable bib
US3452363A (en) * 1967-08-11 1969-07-01 Paper Ware Ltd Bibs
US3665518A (en) * 1970-08-20 1972-05-30 Gulf Oil Corp Disposable rain poncho
US3793644A (en) * 1972-08-18 1974-02-26 Raymond Lee Organization Inc Disposable apron
US3815153A (en) * 1973-03-29 1974-06-11 Becton Dickinson Co Protective garments
US3984876A (en) * 1975-01-16 1976-10-12 Sutton Evelyn L Article of clothing
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US3452363A (en) * 1967-08-11 1969-07-01 Paper Ware Ltd Bibs
US3665518A (en) * 1970-08-20 1972-05-30 Gulf Oil Corp Disposable rain poncho
US3793644A (en) * 1972-08-18 1974-02-26 Raymond Lee Organization Inc Disposable apron
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US3984876A (en) * 1975-01-16 1976-10-12 Sutton Evelyn L Article of clothing
US3995321A (en) * 1976-04-28 1976-12-07 Lawrence Peska Associates, Inc. Disposable protective bib
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US4186443A (en) * 1978-08-21 1980-02-05 Agnita Britzman Disposable bib
US4233688A (en) * 1979-01-09 1980-11-18 Jonna Hjerl Bib
US4441212A (en) * 1982-09-30 1984-04-10 The Procter & Gamble Company Bib
US4445231A (en) * 1983-04-19 1984-05-01 The Procter & Gamble Company Bib having gravitationally openable pocket
US4416025A (en) * 1983-04-22 1983-11-22 The Procter & Gamble Company Bib having segmented neck-aperture perimetric edge
US4523334A (en) * 1983-11-04 1985-06-18 The Procter & Gamble Company Disposable bib having fibrous topsheet wherein mother's-bond zone is impregnated with bonding material
US4601065A (en) * 1984-08-06 1986-07-22 Kimberly-Clark Corporation Bib with crumb catcher
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US4646364A (en) * 1985-10-18 1987-03-03 Larey Polly A O Packaged disposable chemical capes
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US20080268403A1 (en) * 2007-04-24 2008-10-30 Phillip Phung-I Ho Dental towel
US20090205098A1 (en) * 2008-02-18 2009-08-20 Silvia Araquistain Disposable Over-Garment
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US20180049487A1 (en) * 2016-08-16 2018-02-22 Walter W. Blackshear Disposable bib system
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