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NOV- 27, 1962
T. o. MUENCH
3,065,859
PORTABLE GARMENT DRIERS
Filed Aug. 4, 1959
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United States Patent 9
3,065,859
Patented Nov. 27, 1962
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crease the amount of drying surface, as shown in FIG
URE 2.
The meshed fabric 6 is suspended to extend in a hori
3,065,859
PORTABLE GARMENT DRIERS
Toni Olga Muench, 412 Washington St.,
zontal plane in its fully extended or single ply condition
East Liverpool, Ohio
Filed Aug. 4, 1959, Ser. No. 831,640
1 Claim. (Cl. 211--86)
or in its folded or two ply condition by two pairs of ?exible
members 12, such as cords. Each cord is extended
through a tubular member 10 and a space in the meshed
fabric, as shown at ‘13, and subsequently the ends of said
This invention relates to portable garment driers used
cord are connected together to form a loop, as shown in
particularly for drying woolen and knitted garments.
It is an object of the invention to provide a garment 10 FIGURES 1 and 2. When the meshed fabric is suspended
drier which is readily rolled for shipping or traveling when
in its fully extended or single ply condition, as shown in
FIGURE 1, each loop 12 is engaged with a suitable sup
not in use and readily unrolled and suspended between
two chairs or other suitable supporting ?xtures when it is
porting ?xture or ?xtures, such as a pair of books 14 se
cured in a wall or the backs of a pair of chairs 15, so
desired to dry garments.
It is another object of the invention to vary the size 15 that the meshed fabric 6 will be stretched in a horizontal
plane.
of the drying area.
Other objects and advantages of the invention will be
set forth in the detailed description.
When the meshed fabric 6 is in folded or two ply con
dition, as shown in FIGURE 2, the pair of loops at each
opposite end of the fabric are engaged with the same sup
In the drawing accompanying and forming a part of this
application:
20 porting ?xture or ?xtures.
FIGURE 1 is a plan view of the garment drier sup
ported by suitable means in its fully extended condition
to support its full complement of garments;
FIGURE 2 is a plan view showing the drier folded to
When the drier is not in use, the meshed fabric 6 is
folded in half, the cords 12 are placed on the uppermost
fold and the meshed fabric 6 is rolled to form a roll of
not more than two and one-half inches.
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Having thus described my invention, I claim:
A garment drier comprising a substantially rectangular
meshed fabric having hems at opposite ends, a pair of
axially spaced tubular reinforcing members in each hem,
each of said tubular reinforcing members being substan
drier proper and its suspension means;
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tially half the width of its related ends, a loop of ?exible
FIGURE 4 is a sectional view, on an enlarged scale,
support less thanits full complement of graments;
FIGURE 3 is a sectional view, on an enlarged scale,
taken on the line 3-—3 of FIGURE 1 looking in the di
rection of the arrows to show a connection between the
taken on the line 4-4 of FIGURE 2 looking in the di
rection of the arrows and showing the connection shown
suspension material extending through each reinforcing
member, each loop of ?exible suspension material ex
tending out of a tubular member at the edge of the fabric
and from between the tubular members in the space there
FIGURE 5 is a fragmentary view, on an enlarged scale,
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between, said fabric being foldable on a line between the
of the connection shown in FIGURE 3.
pairs of loops at either end thereof.
The embodiment of the invention comprises a rectan
gular piece of meshed fabric, such as lace, as shown at 6,
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having ?nished or hemmed side edges 7 and the opposite
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ends folded upon themselves and sewed, as at 8 in FIG 40
URE 5, to form a hem 9 at each end of the piece of
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in FIGURE 3; and
meshed fabric.
A pair of tubular members 10 are inserted in each hem
9 and the length of each tubular member 10‘ is less than
half the width of the meshed fabric 6, so that the adja 45
ing of the tubular members 10 of each pair of members
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Maxwell ____________ __ May 14,
Clarke ______________ __ Aug. 31,
Young _______________ __ July 7,
Sublette _____________ __ Sept. 5,
Roberts _____________ __ June 3,
Smith _______________ __ Aug. 9,
permits the folding of the meshed fabric 6 in half to de
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cent ends of the tubular members 10 of each pair are
spaced apart, as shown at 11 in FIGURE 1. The spac
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