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Dec. 31,1946.
5. v. HORT'ON
2,413,325
HAIR REMOVER
Filed Oct. 16, 1944
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Patented Dec. 31, 1946
2,413,325
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,413,325
HAIR REMOVER
Stephen V. Horton, Lake Forest, 111., assignor to
S. V. H. Corporation, a corporation of Illinois
Application October 16, 1944, Serial No. 558,788
1 Claim.
(01. 51-485)
1
2
This invention relates to a hair recover and
more particularly to a sheet of ?exible abrasive
mitt likewise become available for hair removing.
The width of the hair remover is such as-to
fit the hand, but preferably is not such as to per
mit the ?ngers of the ordinary user to protrude
beyond the front end thereof. It is most de
sirable in operation to use the tips of the ?ngers
as the pressure medium. This has the advantage
material coated with abrasive on both sides and
so designed that a single sheet of the material
may be formed into a mitt having four operat
ing surfaces, front, back, inside front and inside
back.
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also of permitting the point of application of the
mitt to be varied by moving the ?ngers back
remover in position on the hand and Figure 2 10 wardly or forwardly within the mitt, thus provid
ing equal wear over the entire surface of the
is a plan view of the hair remover in open posi
abrasive.
tion.
It is apparent that other means of interlock
As shown in the drawing, the hair remover
comprises an integral sheet 10 coated with abra
may be provided in the sheet, but these means
should be integral with the abrasive sheet in all
sive material H on the front and back thereof.
The invention is illustrated in the drawing in
which Figure 1 is a perspective view of the hair
The front of the remover is illustrated in Figure
cases.
The foregoing detailed description is given for
l and the back of the sheet is shown in Figure
clearness of understanding only, and no unnec
2. The sheet is particularly thin so as to pro
vide ?exibility in spite of the fact that abrasive
essary limitations should be understood there
is applied to both sides. Interlocking means in 20 from.
tegral with the sheet and likewise coated with
What I claim as new, and desire to secure by
abrasive material are provided.
The preferred
Letters Patent, is:
A reversible hair remover comprising a single
edge of the sheet and a slot l3 adjacent the other
and continuous thin sheet of ?exible abrasive ma
edge of the sheet in corresponding relationship. 25 terial, having each side thereof completely coated
with abrasive, and having thereon integral inter
When the hook is inserted in the slot, the sheet
lock means including a hooked tab on one edge
forms a mitt as indicated in Figure 1, the sheet
thereof and a slot adjacent the opposed edge
folding along the line M. The interlock is par
thereof adapted detachably and reversibly to se
ticularly improved by the presence of the abrasive
material on the hook-shaped portion l2. This 30 cure the sheet into the form of a mitt with both
surfaces of the entire sheet including the inter
abrasive material acts as a grip in preventing
lock means being coated with said abrasive, said
accidental unlocking of the mitt.
interlock means being located at one edge of the
The hair remover may be used on the front and
mitt.
on the back of the mitt, and after these portions
STEPHEN V. HORTON.‘
are worn, it may be unhooked and reversed so
that the inside front and the inside back of the
interlocking means comprises a hook l2 on one
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