Wall and ceiling scrubber
United States Patent D353919

Sajko, Frances J. (RD #6 Box 25, Johnstown, PA, 15909)
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D32/40, D32/44, D32/50-51, 15/116.1, 15/116.2, 15/118, 15/119.1, 15/119.2, 15/143.1, 15/144, 15/145, 15/244.1, 15/244.2, 15/209.1, 15/210.1
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US Patent References:
D316787Tissue dispenserMay, 1991KellyD6/515
D304630Sponge mop for cleaning tubs, tile or the likeNovember, 1989JonesD32/40
D294073Duster or similar articleFebruary, 1988LinD32/51
4524484Extension handle having cooperating male and female locking sleevesJune, 1985Graham151/444
3866257Swivel top paint roller with adjustable handleFebruary, 1975Cansdale151/44B
3224025Scrubbing and polishing deviceDecember, 1965Altrock151/192
2898617Folding mop and compression wringing means thereforAugust, 1959Dunbar151/19A
2801434Handle attachment for mopsAugust, 1957Vosbikian et al.D32/40
2746070Self-wringing mopMay, 1956Parker151/192
0889088N/AMay, 1908Baillargeon151/444
0693100N/AFebruary, 1902Bell151/431

Foreign References:
AU276297February, 1966151/441
GB686252January, 1953151/44B
Primary Examiner:
Burke, Wallace R.
Assistant Examiner:
Tabor, Lavone D.
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Gernstein, Terry M.
1. The ornamental design for a wall and ceiling scrubber, as shown anddescribed.


FIG. 1 is a front, top and side perspective view of the wall and ceiling scrubber showing my new design;

FIG. 2 is an end elevational view thereof, the opposite end being a mirror image of the end shown in FIG. 2;

FIG. 3 is a front elevational view thereof, the rear being a mirror image of the front shown in FIG. 3;

FIG. 4 is a top plan view thereof;

FIG. 5 is a bottom plan view thereof; and,

FIG. 6 is an enlarged, fragmentary perspective view thereof shown with the pivoting arms extended and the head in folded condition.