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Reginald Raab, 576256 Thornapple Valley Dr, Hastings, MI 49058

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6256 Thornapple Valley Dr, Hastings, MI 49058    269-9452380   

3050 Beatrice Ave, Middleville, MI 49333    269-7952912   

150 Patterson Rd, Wayland, MI 49348    269-7921388   

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Us Patents

Combination Toothbrush And Flossing Device

US Patent:
2005021, Sep 29, 2005
Mar 25, 2004
Appl. No.:
Reginald Raab - Wayland MI, US
International Classification:
US Classification:
132309000, 132325000
The present invention is a combination toothbrush and flossing device. More particularly, a personal dental care instrument with a toothbrush on one end and a flossing device on the opposite end. More particularly a flossing end where dental floss is dispensed through a small hole within the toothbrush, where which is located a hollow cavity containing a spool of dental floss. Floss will dispense through the hole and over across a forked bridge and secure to a non-slip knob on the handle. Also attached to said toothbrush will be a cutting device for cutting and disposal of used dental floss. On the apposing end of the dental device will be a toothbrush. Apposing ends of device will inter-lock together for assembly purposes and for additional access to said floss. A protective sheath slips over the floss end and locks on, for sanitary storage.

Adjustable Refrigeratable Beverage Wrap Around Holder

US Patent:
4986089, Jan 22, 1991
Aug 10, 1989
Appl. No.:
Reginald S. Raab - Middleville MI
Big Chill, Inc. - Grand Rapids MI
International Classification:
F25D 308
US Classification:
An adjustable refrigeratable holder for insulating and chilling a beverage container. More particularly a beverage container holder which circumferentially encloses the beverage container and including a plurality of individually disposed freezable masses consecutively positioned along an exterior layer of insulative material. The freezable masses forming an inner diameter for receiving the exterior walls of a beverage container. When frozen, the freezable masses will absorb heat from the beverage and container and thus cause the beverage to remain chilled for an extended period of time or, when the beverage is warmer than the freezable masses, become chilled. A rectangular strip of insulative material helps to secure the freezable masses and also forms an insulative barrier along the top and bottom of the beverage container between the ambient temperatures and both the freezable masses and the main body of the beverage container.

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