Title:
Disposable ceiling fan blade slipcovers
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
The Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcovers is a potential new commercial product generally involving ceiling fans. This product is put on each blade to protect the blades from dirty greasy build up. No more scrapping or overhead cleaning of ceiling fan blades. The slipcovers are also disposable too. It's like changing blown out light bulbs. When dirty greasy build up gets on them take them off throw away replace with a new set of slipcovers. The slipcovers are much easier and quicker to change than to clean ceiling fan blades.



Inventors:
Culberson, Rachel Felicia (St. Louis, MO, US)
Application Number:
12/069116
Publication Date:
08/13/2009
Filing Date:
02/07/2008
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
150/154
International Classes:
F04D29/00; B65D65/02
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Primary Examiner:
MCDOWELL, LIAM J
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Rachel Felicia Culberson (St. Louis, MO, US)
Claims:
What I claim as my invention is the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover.

1. The Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover comes in many sizes and styles. The Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover covers the whole entire ceiling fan blade to protect your ceiling fan blade from dirty greasy build up. The Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover is heat retardant and is cut and sealed to fit the shape of the ceiling fan blade with an open end to slide and fit the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover on/off of the ceiling fan blade. The Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcovers are secured on the ceiling fan blades while the ceiling fan is in motion by tying Polypropylene tie twine string or by pressing Velcro strips together.

Description:

Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover is a High Clarity Polypropylene clear plastic heat retardant sheet cut and sealed around the edge to the shape of the ceiling fan blade. The Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover has one end open to slide and fit the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover on/off of the ceiling fan blade. There is a ½ inch sealed tubing section at the open end of the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover which has a heat retardant tie twine string running through it to be tied to secure the Ceiling fan Blade Slipcover on the ceiling fan blade while the ceiling fan is in motion or either secured with a heat retardant Hi-Air Brand Hook and Loop Velcro Strip placed inside the open end of the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover that you press together to secure the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover On the ceiling fan blade while the ceiling fan is in motion. The heat retardant High Clarity Polypropylene Plastic is cut and sealed around the edge to the shape of the ceiling fan blade by Impulse Heat to create a strong tamper evident seal with a ½ inch sealed tubing section with a soft smooth heat retardant Polypropylene tie twine string running through it at the open end of the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover to be tied to secure the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover on the ceiling fan blade while the ceiling fan is in motion or either secured with an heat retardant Hi-Air Brand Hook and Loop Velcro Strip placed inside the open Of the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover to be pressed together to secure The Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover on the ceiling fan while the Ceiling fan is in motion. Just slide the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover on through the open end and secure with tie twine string or Velcro Strip. To remove Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover untie Tie Twine String or separate Velcro Strip or cut with scissors and slide off and throw away and put on a new set of Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcovers. No more trying to clean dirty greasy build up off your ceiling fan blades or washing and scrapping your ceiling fan blades. Protect your ceiling fan blades. Don't be embarrassed by dirty greasy ceiling fans when entertaining company. Take off the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcovers and show off the beauty of your nice clean ceiling fan or leave on or put on a new set of the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcovers and still show off the beauty of your ceiling fan and share the beauty appreciation and love for the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcovers with your guests and the time you saved to entertain. Great conversation piece it's just like changing blown out light bulbs. Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcovers are made of High Clarity Polypropylene Plastic that is heat retardant and moister barrier. Meets F.D.A. USDA and FAA requirements cut and sealed by Impulse Heat around the edge to the shape of the ceiling fan blade that you slide on/off the ceiling fan blade. The Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover covers the whole entire ceiling fan blade. Secured by Polypropylene Tie Twine String is a smooth tying twine that heat retardant and meets F.A.A. requirements that runs through the Tubing section of the open end of the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover And tied to secure the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover on the ceiling fan blade while the ceiling fan is in motion or secured by Velcro Strip that is Hi-Air Brand Hook and Loop Specially Woven Nomex-R-Fiber flame retardant meets and exceeds existing F.A.A. requirements placed inside the open end of the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover and to be pressed together to secure the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover on the ceiling fan blade while the ceiling fan is in motion. The Ceiling Fan blade Slipcover is sealed by Impulse Heat. The Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover and Tubing Section is sealed by Impulse Heat. Velcro Strip adhered by Adhesives provided by the manufacturing company on Velcro Strips and is placed inside of the open end of the Ceiling Fan Blade Slipcover.

FIGURES

FIG. 1—Polyproylene cut to the shape

FIG. 2—Shapes joined together

FIG. 3—Tubular section

FIG. 4—Tying twine through tubular section

FIG. 5—Slipcover invented

FIG. 6—Open end

FIG. 7—Slipcover secured on blade by tying twine string

FIG. 8—Polyproylene cut to the shape

FIG. 9—Shapes joined together

FIG. 10—Velcro strips in slipcover

FIG. 11—Slipcover invented

FIG. 12—Open end

FIG. 13—Slipcover secured on blade by pressing Velcro together