TODAY’S PATENT – DISPOSABLE GLOVES FOR PUMPING GAS
The Disposable gloves for pumping gas was invented Kitty Turner-Antonsen (Albuquerque, NM) on the 11th of November, 2003, bearing patent number US6643846B2.
The present invention relates to protective wearing apparel. More specifically, the instant invention is drawn to a glove adapted for use by motor vehicle operators when pumping gasoline at self-service stations. The glove is designed so that it may be worn on either hand. A quantity of gloves (12-24) are packaged in a durable, flexible, plastic package, which box can conveniently be stored in the glove, side door or center storage compartment of a motor vehicle, thus offering weeks of usage for the motorist. The gloves will be manufactured in a variety of sizes (small, medium, large) to accommodate the different hand sizes of motorist. The package is designed to maintain its form whether sat on, folded, condensed or pressed into tight-fitting storage areas. The gloves will also be manufactured in various colors and will emit a scent complimentary to the respective color.