Patents

Washable Diaper And Method Of Assembly

December 4, 2012

U.S. Patent No.: 8,216,201 B2 

Ineventor(s): Sandra C. Beck, Rensselaer, NY, U.S.

Issued: 7/10/12

Description:
A washable diaper comprising: an outer article configured with a front end, a back end and opposing side edges connecting the front end to the back end, and further comprising an inner surface and an outer surface, wherein at least one fastening mechanism is disposed on the inner surface positioned proximate to at least one of the front end and the back end; and an inner liner system positioned adjacent to the inner surface of the outer article comprising at least one washable article having a first end and a second end, wherein when assembled with the outer article the first end is aligned and detachably coupled with the front end of the outer article and the second end is aligned and detachably coupled with the back end of the outer article, wherein the first end and the second end of the at least one washable article are configured with an opening, and wherein the at least one fastening mechanism of the outer article couples the openings in the first end and the second end of the at least one washable article.
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