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Patented Aug. 9, 1938
' 2,126,261
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
. 2,126,261
METHOD OF TREATING FUR
Jenny Jacobs, New York, N. Y.
'No Drawing. Application July 15, 1937,
.
Serial No. 153,759
4 Claims.
(Cl. 149-28)
The general object of the present invention is causes the hairs to stand up, and thus produces
to provide an improved method of treating furs. a desirable glazing effect.
The combing action may'be effected by the
More speci?cally, the object of the invention is
to provide a method of subjecting fur pieces, andv use of. an ordinary comb of any form used by
5 particularly wearing apparel articles, such as women in combing their hair, but preferably is 5
not a metal comb, but a comb made of a strong
‘coats, muffs and neck pieces, to a simple treat
ment, which may be carried out by housewives ,moldable material such as a soy bean composi
and ordinary users of the above mentioned fur
‘articles, and by which the article is subjected
10in the course of a single treatment to all or
several of the following actions, namely: a. fur
cleaning action, a skin or hide oiling action, a
glazing action, and moth repellent action, anti
septic, germicidal or other pest control proper
15 ties to the fur piece.
The present invention is characterized by the
working of a comminuted or granular treatment
agent into and through the hairs of the fur piece
treated, by a combing action. The latter may be
20 carried out by means of a comb of the type
ordinarily used by women in combing their hair.
The treatment agent employed in accordance
with the present invention, comprises a com
minuted or granular base ?brous material, such
25 as shredded leather, or ground asbestos ?bers,
having absorbent properties, and adapted to en
gage frictionally with the hairs of the fur piece
treated and with the teeth of the comb by which
the material is worked into and through the fur,
30 and which ‘is relatively soft, and does not have
sharp edges tending to sever or break the hairs
of the fur piece treated. The base material ad
vantageously incorporates or is mixed with sub
stances treated with, or comprising a hide or skin
softening and preservative agent such as pine oil,
a disinfectant or germicide such as phenol, and.
a glazing agent such as casein.
In the preferred mode of practicing the present
invention, the treating agent is sprinkled over the
40 fur piece to be treated, and is then worked into
and through the hairs of the fur piece by a simple
combing action.
The effect of thus working a
treating agent such, for example, as shredded
leather impregnated with pine oil, phenol, and
casein through the fur, is to oil the skin or hide
tion.
The base treatment material may consist
of one, or a mixture of two or more suitable sub
stances. I have found it advantageous, to mix 1O
some granular cork with shredded leather in
forming the treatment agent, as that mixture is
free from a matting tendency, sometimes ex
perienced when the base material consists only
of shredded leather.
I am aware of prior proposals to use a granular
material, such as particles of corn-oil-cake meal,
sawdust, and ground corn cobs, usually saturated
with gasoline or an analogous cleaning fluid, as
a cleaning agent to be worked into, and beaten
out of furs in a rotating tumbling barrel, or furs
subjected to some other form of a beating or
pounding action, but the tumbling barrel and
beating fur treatments are not equivalent to the
combing action employed by me, and the last
mentioned materials do not have properties well
adapted for use with my combing action.
Having now described my invention, what I
claim as new and desire to secure by Letters
3O
Patent, is:
1. A method of fur treatment which consists in
working a comminuted, relatively soft, solid
?brous material through the fur by manually
combing said material into and through the fur,
said material being impregnated with a hide
softening, a pest control and glaze coating agents.
2. A method of fur treatment which consists
vin working a comminuted, relatively soft, mate
rial through the fur by manually combing said
material into and through the fur, said material 40
comprising shredded leather impregnated with a
substance adapted to be transferred to the‘ fur
through which the material is worked.
7 3. A method of fur treatment which consists
in working a comminuted, relatively soft mate
rial impregnated with a pest control agent
base of the fur piece, to clean. the fur in conse . through the fur by manually combing said‘ mate
quence of adherence of dirt invthe fur to the rial into and through the fur.
?brous treatment agent, to so distribute the
4. A-method of fur treatment which consists
50 phenol through the fur that only a relatively‘ in working a comminuted, relatively soft mate
very small amount of phenol is required to insure rial impregnated With a glazing agent through
an adequate moth repellent action, and to give the fur by manually combing said material into
the hairs of the fur a lustrous casein coating, and through the fur.
JENNY JACOBS.
which, in conjunction with the combing action,
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