"The Non-Stick Cotton Swab": Safety and Security All-in-One Cleansing Swab

Have you ever heard the saying to put nothing larger than your elbow in your ear?  Medical professionals do not always use a language we can understand, and these tough words are tougher still if attempting to accomplish this. Here is the right way to deal with items requiring the use of a cotton swab. The Non-Stick Cotton Swab is an improvement of the cotton swab commonly used to clean and treat sensitive areas such as the outer-ear canals, around the eyes, and so forth. Because the fibers and filaments of the cotton swab itself can become dislodged in the ear canals for example – and a source of irritation and infection – the Non-Stick Cotton Swab seals the cotton heads within a highly absorbent cover permitting the swab to perform its function without breaking apart or unraveling thus eliminating unwanted side-effects.

The disposable cap or liner for the Non-Stick Cotton Swab – which might be made part of the manufacturing process for cotton swabs, or produced and sold as a separate accessory product for use with standard swabs – is fabricated in a “light, absorbent, synthetic plastic.” (Another possibility in terms of materials might be the absorbent sanitary paper used in disposable diapers and incontinence products, but molded into the shape of the form-fitting, elasticized cap.) If produced as an accessory for existing cotton swabs, the cap or sheath would fit tightly over the cotton swab, with a narrow, elasticized “neck” at the bottom, and a tie or band to prevent the cap from working its way loose. Televised test marketing has recently been completed indicating strong consumer interest in the Non-Stick Cotton Swab. 
The Non-Stick Cotton Swab is Patent Pending and was invented by Christopher Corulla of Staten Island, NY who said, “Personal hygiene can be a problem but when using the proper tools, it is easier and safer. The Non-Stick Cotton Swab is both soft and absorbent and does not unravel or leave fibers behind. It works perfectly for every user.”

EDITOR'S NOTE: Development of this product is being handled by Invents Company. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Department at Invents Company Operations Center, P.O. Box 1682, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576    212-620-2629   www.invents.com    

Contact: Jeanne Nelson   Media Dept: 10452   (646) 503-4817   Jeanne@invents.com

Source: Invents Company


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