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Have a Ball! Child’s Hygiene Product

February 7, 2014

US Patent No. 8,623,803 B2; Marie C. Gelin of Fairburn, GA has patented a hygienic product that is shaped like a sport ball. The shape and surface pattern simulates a ball (baseball, football, basketball soccer, tennis or golf) and is sized to fit the palm of a child’s hand. The hygiene material’s body has a through hole communicating with the exterior surface at spatially separated regions; and generally looped shaped cord or band of resiliently stretchable silicone material. The cord secures the product to the child’s palm when in use.
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