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May 28, 1963
G. P. WILSON ETAL
3,091,218
PAINTER’S SHIELD
Filed Feb. 23, 1961
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Patented May 28, 1963
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George P. Wilson, 2480 Encinal Drive, and Julius H.
Specht, 2488 Encinal Drive, both of Walnut Creek,
Calif.
Filed Feb. 23, 1961, Ser. No. 91,035
4 Claims. (Cl. 118-—505)
carded and replaced with a fresh one. A waxed paper
serves well as the sleeve, making it easy to extend and
retract the members.
It has been found that the ?ngers or tabs are best
fabricated of thin rubber, although plastic may be used
as well, of the tabs fabricated of cardboard and integral
with the members, if desired.
Whereas a preferred embodiment of the present in
The present invention relates to a shield for use by a
vention has been illustrated, it is to be fully understood
painter to prevent paint from getting on the sill of a door 10 that the invention may be practiced with such minor
or window when the jambs of the door or window are
changes and in such shapes and sizes as are found to
being painted.
be practical and within the scope of the annexed claims.
An object of the present invention is to provide a de—
What is claimed is:
vice for preventing paint or varnish from staining the area
1. A painter’s shield comprising a pair of flat elongated
at the lower or upper end of a door or window jamb.
15 sheet members each having spaced side edges and an end
Another object of the present invention is to provide
edge connecting the adjacent ends of said side edges to
a protective painter’s shield which can be manufactured at
reasonable cost so as to be disposable after a relatively
short period of use.
gether, the juncture of one side edge with one end edge
of each member being cutaway to form an irregularly
shaped notch conformably shaped to ?t the pro?le of a
A further object of the present invention is to provide 20 door or window jamb molding, the edges of said notch
a painter’s shield for door or Window sills which is con
structed so as to ?t all door and window widths.
being provided with tabs arranged in side by side abutting
relation, said members being telescopingly connected to
These and other objects of the invention will be appar
gether so that they may be placed on a door or Window
ent from the following description when taken in conjunc
sill with each of the notches receiving the adjacent jamb
tion with the annexed drawing, in which:
25 molding and with the tabs lying along the faces of the
FIGURE 1 is a plan view of the shield with a mid
part broken away, the dotted lines indicating an extended
position of one member.
FIGURE 2 is an enlarged view of an end portion of
molding.
2. A painter’s shield comprising a pair of flat elongated
sheet members each having spaced side edges and an end
edge connecting the adjacent ends of said side edges to
one member,
30 gether, the juncture of one side edge with one end edge
FIGURE 3 is a View on line 3—3 of FIGURE 1,
of each member being cutaway to form an irregularly
FIGURE 4 is a view on line 4—4 of FIGURE 2,
shaped notch conformably shaped to ?t the pro?le of a
FIGURE 5 is a plan view of a portion of a modi?ed
door or Window jamb molding, the edges of said notch
form of the shield of the present invention,
being provided with tabs arranged in side by side abutting
FIGURE 6 is a view on line 6—6 of FIGURE 5, and 35 relation, said members being telescopingly connected to
FIGURE 7 is a sectional view similar to FIGURE 6
gether so that they may be placed on a door or Window
but with an integrally formed tab.
sill with each of the notches receiving the adjacent jamb
With reference to the drawing in detail, the shield of
molding and with the tabs lying along the faces of the
the present invention consists in a pair of ?at elongated
molding, said sheet members and tabs being formed in
sheet members 10 and 12 telescopingly connected to 40 tegrally.
gether by a backing piece 14 having its ends extending
3. A painter’s shield comprising a pair of ?at elongated
over the spaced side edges 16 and 18 of the member 10
sheet members fabricated wholly of cardboard and each
and forming a slot or sleeve which slidably receives the
having spaced side edges and an end edge connecting the
member 12.
adjacent ends of said side edges together, the juncture of
As both members 10 and 12 are identical, except that 45 one side edge with one end edge of each member being
member 12 is slightly narrower than member 10 so as
cutaway to form an irregularly shaped notch conformably
to slide easily in the aforesaid sleeve, they will be de
shaped to ?t the pro?le of a door or Window jamb mold
scribed with reference to the member 10.
ing, the edges of said notch being provided with resilient
At the juncture of one end edge 20 with the side
tabs arranged in side by side abutting relation, said mem
edge 18 a notch is cutaway and is conformably shaped to 50 bers being telescopingly connected together so that they
?t the pro?le of a jamb molding, as at 30 in FIGURE 5,
may be placed on a door or window sill with each of the
and including the adjacent parts of the corner of the jamb
notches receiving the adjacent jamb molding and with
the tabs lying along the faces of the molding.
of a window or door.
Attached to, by cement or other means, the edges of
4. A painter’s shield comprising a pair of ?at elongated
the notch in member 10, is a plurality of resilient tabs 22 55 sheet members fabricated wholly of cardboard ‘and each
arranged in side by side relation. The tabs 22 are fabri
having spaced side edges and an end edge connecting the
cated of rubber, plastic or the like, or may be formed in
adjacent ends of said side edges together, the juncture
tegrally with the member 10 as shown by the member 22'
of one side edge with one end edge of each member be
in FIGURE 7. The latter has been found to be satis
ing cutway to form an irregularly shaped notch con~
factory in use when fabricated of cardboard.
60 formably shaped to ?t the pro?le of a door or Window
In use the members 10 and 12 are pulled out from a
jamb molding, the edges of said notch being provided with
nested position to a position extending from one jamb
resilient tabs fabricated of resilient rubber and arranged
to another and the members are laid over the sill, ?oor,
carpet or other area adjacent the upper or lower ends of
in side by side abutting relation, said members being
telescopingly connected together so that they may be
the jambs. When paint is applied to the jambs the mem 65 placed on a door or window sill with each of the notches
bers 10 and 12 shield the adjacent area from dripping
receiving the adjacent jamb molding and with the tabs
paint and the tabs lie along the jamb as in FIGURE 6,
lying along the faces of the molding.
so as to provide a snug ?t of the shield members with
the irregularly shaped jamb corners and moldings.
When the painting has been completed, the members 70
may be telescoped back on each other to reduce the length
of the shield, and when used several times may be dis
References Cited in the ?le of this patent
UNITED STATES PATENTS
1,799,913
1,817,928
Lemmons _____________ __ Apr. 7, 1931
Pamtzsch ___,_________ __ Aug. 11, 1931
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