|Publication number||US1143614 A|
|Publication date||Jun 22, 1915|
|Filing date||Apr 12, 1915|
|Priority date||Apr 12, 1915|
|Publication number||US 1143614 A, US 1143614A, US-A-1143614, US1143614 A, US1143614A|
|Inventors||Benjamin H Criswell|
|Original Assignee||Daniel L Holwick, Benjamin H Criswell|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Referenced by (5), Classifications (11)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
To all whom it may concern WENJ' E. CRISWELII,
ing at Canton, in the county of Stark and State of Ohio, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Cleaning 'Cloths and Processes for Producing Same;
and I hereby'declare that-the followingis a same.
full, clear, and exact description of: the ill-Z vention, such as will enableothers skilled in the art to which it appertains to make the 'My mvention relates more particularly to the process for the treatment'of cloth designed to be used for cleaning, and it has fmore specific reference to the cleaning of, "glass and the like.
The objectof the present invention is'to f produce a fabric impregnated with ingredicuts whereby the cloth can ,be used for. cleaning purposes without the necessity of dampening the cloth or the surface designed to be cleaned.
' ][n the production of myimprovement and the method of makingthe same, a cloth fabric, preferably formed of soft texture is v used.. The fabric is cut into any. desired venience in use.
" shape vor size, reference being had to con- By my improved process I employ two 1 solutions which may be termed solution Number 1 and solution Number 2.
Solution Number 1 is'c'oniposed of the 1 "following ingredients, in aboutthe followi part, and. a sufficient amount of water to ing proportions: salt 4parts, Epsom salt 1 dissolve the above-mentioned ingredients,
. thefabric is' submitted to any well known drying process for a period of time suflicientto thoroughly dry the fabric thus imp'reg'-. nated. After the fabric has become thorsaid ingredients being mingled together,
after which the fabric is impregnated with the composition this produced; after which Specification of Letters f'atentl j oughly dried it is'again impregnated with- H Be it known that I, BENJAMIN H. CmswnLL, a citizen of the United States, residthe following proportions: oleic acid, 4 oz., 'petrolatum, 1' oz., ammonia, 26% strength,
4: oz., glycerin, 1 oz., tripoli, 24 oz., whiting, 24 oz. and a. sufiicient amount of water to 3 dissolve the above, mentioned ingredien'ts,'.
Patented June 2 2, 211L915. Application filed A ril t, 1915. Serial to. 20,703.
or can-ion, omoassmnoa or own-nature :onnrni. L. 'noncn, or cannon, omd. y r
said ingredients being mingled together, after which the fabric. is impregnated with the composition thus produced; after which the fabric is submitted to anyw ell known drying process for-a period of time jsuflicient to thoroughlydry the fabric thus impreg? nated; thus completing the process of producing the cleaning cloth.
. By the process above pointed out am enabled to provide and to produce a clean- ,ing cloth that will be flexible and efiicient, without dampening the .Isame' prior to its use or dampening the surface to be cleaned. 6 55 Having fully described my invention what I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is
- -1."]lhe process of producing a cleaning clothwhich consists, first, impregnating the cloth with a solution of salt, Epsom salt and Water; second, drying the fabric; third, ini-- pregnating the fabric witholeic' acid, petro' latum, ammonia, glycerin, tri-poli, whiting and water; and fourth, drying the-fabric. 2.1As an improved article of manufacture, a cloth impregnated with the follow- 7 ing ingredients, to-wit: salt, Epsom salt, oleic acid, 'petro latum, ammonia, glycerin,
-'tripoli, whiting and water.
Intestimony' that I claim the, above,- have hereunto subscribed ,my name in the presence of two witnesses. a
I BENJAMIN cRIswEL Witnesses C i J; H. Bisnor, F. W. 13mm.
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|U.S. Classification||15/104.93, 510/181, 510/435, 510/108, 510/180, 15/209.1, 510/484, 510/437, 510/438, 510/418|