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Feb. 26, 1963
3,078,495
R. w. HALBACH
POLISH KIT
Filed Sept. 11. 1961
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3,078,495
POLISH KIT
Robert W. Halhach, 415 WCU Bldg., Quincy, Ill.
Filed sept. 11, 1961, ser. No. 137,463
4 Claims. (Cl. 15---258)
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3,078,495
Patented Feb. 26, 1963
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a polish can holder 18, a dauber-polish boot 20, a resilient
or elastic ring or sleeve 22, and a can or box of polish 24.
It is clear by reference to FIGURES S, l0, that the
polish can holder 18 is formed of a strip of cardboard,
or the like, folded to provide a bottom 26, an intermedi
ate layer 28, a lid 3G, an end 32, adjacent ends 34 and 36,
and a return anchoring portion 38. An annular opening
4t) is formed'in the intermediate layer 23 which receives
the resilient ring 22, as is clear from FIGURES 9 and l0.
illustrated, the polish box 24 is conventional, such
polish kit of wide use potential. Within an outer casing 10 as As
a tin of shoe polish, and comprises a round main body
is disposed a folded polish box holder which includes a
42 and a top 44, the latter being shown in FIGURE 4.
ring of resilient material within which is disposed a
The polish box 24 is snugly disposed within the resilient
conventional box or tin of paste polish. A dauber-pol
ring 22, both items resting upon the bottom 26 of the
isher mitten is disposed on top of the resilient ring and
18.
closes the same when the holder is folded and dis-posed 15 holder
The dauber-polish mittel' Z9 is of the configuration il
within _the casing. This relationship of dauber-polisher
lustrated in the drawing and includes a cloth side 46
mitten and resilient ring permits the top of the polish box
for polishing and a second side 48 of plastic material on
»to be discarded once it _is opened for use without danger
which is secured by sewing, or the like, a dauber cloth
of drying out of the polish. The box may contain shoe
20 5t). One end 52 of the boot 20 is open for insertion of
polish or other paste polishes.
a hand.
Therefore, an object of the present invention is to
`It will be understood that the kit 12 is sold with the
provide a novel polish kit which is compact and is adapted
polish can 24 closed and the dauber-polish mitten 26
for many uses.
folded on top with the dauber cloth 56 disposed within
Another object is to provide a novel polish kit which
the resilient ring 22, as is shown in FIGURES 9 and l0.
25
is adapted to be folded into a compact package when not
Once the can 24 of polish is opened, the top 44 may be
in use and which is constructed to close the box of paste
discarded, since the dauber-polish mitten 20 fits snugly
polish against drying out without the use of the standard
over the top of the resilient ring 22 when the holder 1S
top.
is closed and inthe casing 14. The polish in the can 24
Another object is to provide a novel polish kit which
will not dry out any faster than it does in the closed can.
The present invention relates generally to Ithe polishing
art, and more particularlyto polishing kits.
In brief, the present invention comprises a compact
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can be readily opened and closed and which, upon once 30
It is manifest that it is a simple procedure to open,
use, and close the kit 12. The usual method of polishing
is ready for instant use.
shoes, for example, is reduced -to a minimum, since it is
Another object is to provide a novel polish kit which
only necessary to slip the mitten 2€? on the hand, daub
expedites the use of the polish and which reduces to a
some polish onto the shoes, reverse the mitten 20, polish
minimum the normal mess involved in home polishing 35 the shoes, return the mitten Ztl to its resting position,
of shoes, belts, and other items.
and close the kit 12. It is unnecessary to touch the polish
Other objects are to provide a novel polish kit which
can 24 or the polish with the hands at any time.
is relatively inexpensive, which can be readily used at
As illustrated, the resilient ring 22 is maintained in
home or in travel, which is simple in structure, yet sturdy,
position through frictional engagement with the edge of
40
and which otherwise fullills the objects and advantages
the opening 4b. If desired, the resilient ring 22 may be
sought therefor.
secured by adhesive to the bottom 26 of the holder 1S.
The foregoing objects and advantages are apparent
Similarly, the polish can 24 is maintained in position
from the following description taken with the accom
through frictional engagement of the outside with the
panying drawing, in which:
interior of the resilient ring 22. This engagement is
vFIGURE l is a plan View of a polish kit incorporat 45 normally that between the standard bead of »the polish
ing the principles of the present invention;
can 24 and the resilient ring 22.
FIGURE 2 is a plan view of the polish box or can
It is clear that the holder 18 may take various forms.
holder in closed position removed from the casing;
However, the configuration illustrated is a preferred one
FIGURE 3 is a plan view of the polish can holder in
the required objectives.
open position showing the dauber-polisher mitten in folded 50 andIt fulfills
is clear that there has been provided a polish kit
position on top of the can of polish;
which fulfills the objects and advantages sought therefor.
lFIGURE 4 is a view similar to FIGURE 3 with the
It is to be understood that the foregoing description
dauber-polisher mitten removed, a portion of the lid o-f
and the accompanying drawing have been given by way
the holder being broken away for conservation of space; 55 of illustration and example. lt is also to be understood
FIGURE 5 is a view of the dauber-polisher mitten in
that changes in form of the elements, rearrangement of
open position showing the polishing side;
parts or substitution of elements, which will be obvious
lFIGURE 6 is a view similar to FIGURE 5, but show
to those skilled in the art, are contemplated as within
the scope of the present invention, which is limited only
ing the dauber side of the dauber-polisher mitten;
FIGURE 7 is a side elevational View of a resilient ring 60 by the claims which follow.
-What is claimed is:
which surrounds the polish can;
Il. In combination, a polish kit comprising a casing and
FIGURE 8 is a view of the blank from which the pol
a removable insert in said casing comprising a polish
ish can holder is formed;
paste can holder including a bottom panel, a top panel, a
FIGURE 9 is an enlarged cross-sectional View taken
65 wide end panel connecting said bottom and top panels,
on substantially the line 9-49 of FIGURE l; and
an intermediate panel, a narrow end panel connecting said
FIGURE l0 is an enlarged cross-sectional view taken
bottom panel and said intermediate panel, and a narrow
on substantially the line 10-10 of FIGURE l.
end panel connected to said intermediate panel and
Referring to the drawing more particularly by reference
engaging said wide end panel and said bottom panel, said
numerals, 12 indicates generally a polish kit constructed
in accordance with the teaching of the present invention. 70 intermediate panel including an opening, a resilient sleeve
mounted in said opening and engaging said bottom panel,
The kit 12 comprises a casing 14 of the configuration
a lidless can of polish in said sleeve frictionally engaged
shown in the drawing having an opening 16 at one side,
being opened and the top of the polish box discarded,
emesse
thereby, said can being of a depth less than said sleeve,
sleeve to substantially seal the area occupied by said
and a polish cloth disposed over said sleeve and can,
can ot' paste polish, and movable means maintaining said
removable means in position While said insert is in said
said top panel engaging said polish cloth and maintaining
the same in sealing engagement with said sleeve, whereby
when said removable insert is removed from said casing
casing.
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4. In combination, a polish kit comprising a casing, and
a foldable removable insert in said casing comprising a
paste polish holder including a resilient sleeve of a depth
said can of polish is ready for immediate use.
2. In combination, a polish lcit comprising a casing, a
foldable paste polish can holder disposed in and remov
substantially that of a can of paste polish, means support
able from said casing, said holder including means for Í inrr said sleeve with one end closed, a can of paste polish
holding a resilient sleeve, a resilient sleeve in said holder 10 Within said sleeve in frictional engagement therewith, said
engaged by said holding means, a can of paste polish
within said resilient sleeve maintained therein by engage
can of paste polish having the top removed, removable
means closing the other end of said sleeve to substantially
seal the area occupied by said can of paste polish, and
ment therewith, said can being Without a top, and means
substantially sealing said can when said holder is in folded
position.
Y movable means maintaining said removable means in po
15 sition while said insert is in said easing.
3. In combination, a polish kit comprising a casing,
and a foldable removable insert in said casing comprising
a paste polish holder including a resilient sleeve of a
depth substantially that of a can of paste polish, means
supporting said sleeve with one end closed, a can of 20
paste polish within said sleeve in frictional engagement
therewith, removable means closing the other end of said
.References Cited in the tile of this patent
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Goldthwait __________ __ Nov. 8, i881
1,146,130
BuX-ton ______________ __ July 13, 1915
2,l93,3l4
Deems ____________ __ Mar. l2,
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