Patent application title: Katy cleanerAANM Ottah; ChineyeAACI EnuguAACO NGAAGP Ottah; Chineye Enugu NGAANM Ottah; ChikezieAACI BrooklynAAST NYAACO USAAGP Ottah; Chikezie Brooklyn NY US
Chineye Ottah (Enugu, NG)
Chikezie Ottah (Brooklyn, NY, US)
IPC8 Class: AA47K708FI
Class name: Machines with air blast or suction with liquid or other cleaning material application to work
Publication date: 2013-01-17
Patent application number: 20130014340
A cleaning aid for use during bowel or urinary discharge has a body, a
removable soil wiper and an ejector. Control buttons on the cleaning aid
allow a user to activate liquid dispensed on the soil wiper, a vacuum and
or machine for removing soil and liquid and a soil wiper ejector. The
body has a plurality of cleaning areas for wet and dry cleaning. The
first cleaning portion is in fluid communication with a liquid container
on the body. The second cleaning portion is in fluid communication with
the vacuum or machine. The body is adapted to conform to the shape of the
user body when rubbed against the user in a cleaning motion direction.
The wiper can be a tube-let on the toilet seat with a manual and/or
machine controlling system. The tube toilet seat has the capability of
self cleaning, drying and disinfecting after each use guarded by sensor
and motorized technology.
1. A cleaning aid for wiping between a users legs after bowel or urinary
discharge comprising: a body having a surface, a liquid container, the
body having a first wiping portion, a second wiping portion and an
ejection portion, the second wiping portion between the first wiping
portion and the ejection portion the liquid container having a liquid
therein, the liquid container adapted to transfer a liquid to the first
wiping portion; a vacuum for removing excess liquid released from the
liquid container; a soil wiper removably held on the body, the soil wiper
covering the first wiping portion; and wherein the soil wiper is in the
form of a tube operable by motorized sensor technology.
2. The cleaning aid according to claim 1, further comprising a user-activated button for selectively releasing liquid from the liquid container to the soil wiper proximate the first wiping portion.
4. The cleaning aid according to claim 2, further comprising a user-activated button for selectively activating the motor of the motorized sensor technology to circulate the soil wiper and flush.
5. The cleaning aid according to claim 2, wherein the vacuum and the motorized sensor technology is one of battery, ac, dc, and solar powered.
6. The cleaning aid according to claim 1, further comprising a user-activated button for selectively ejecting the soil wiper from the surface.
7. The cleaning aid according to claim 1, wherein the soil wiper comprises at least one of tissue, plastic, paper, rag, brush, vacuum, heat and cloth.
8. The cleaning aid according to claim 1, wherein the surface deforms to conform with the contour and shape of the user.
9. The cleaning aid according to claim 1, further comprising a handle on the body.
10. The cleaning aid according to claim 1, further comprising a frame having legs supporting the frame on the ground and wherein the surface is supported by the frame.
11. A cleaning aid for wiping between a user's legs after bowel or urinary discharge comprising, in combination: a deformable surface having a first soil wiper area covered by a soil wiper; and a second soil wiper area wherein the deformable surface deforms to conform with the contour and shape of the user.
12. The cleaning aid according to claim 11, further comprising a liquid container operably connected to the surface to selectively release chemical, disinfectant, liquid or powder to at least a portion of the soil wiper on the surface.
13. The cleaning aid according to claim 12, further comprising a user-activated button for selectively releasing liquid from the liquid container to the soil wiper.
14. The cleaning aid according to claim 11, further comprising a vacuum for removing excess liquid released from the liquid container,
15. The cleaning aid according to claim 14, further comprising a user-activated button for selectively activating the vacuum.
16. The cleaning aid according to claim 14, wherein the vacuum is battery powered.
17. The cleaning aid according to claim 14, further comprising a user-activated button for selectively ejecting the soil wiper from the surface.
17. The cleaning aid according to claim 14, wherein the soil wiper comprises at least one of tissue, plastic, paper, and cloth.
18. The cleaning aid according to claim 14 wherein the cleaning aid is configured as a hand held device and includes a handle.
19. The cleaning aid according to claim 14, wherein the cleaning aid is configured as a standing device and includes a frame having legs supporting the frame on the ground and wherein the surface is supported by the frame.
20. A cleaning aid comprising cleaning material one of skinned, tube and or wrapped on a toilet seat, one of a manual or motorized device operable to circulate the material around the toilet seat and apply chemical, or disinfected or scented cleaning liquid.
21. The cleaning aid according to any one of claims 14 and 20, further comprising a self operated machine to disinfect and scent the toilet seat after each use.
22. The cleaning aid according to any one of claims 14 and 20, further comprising sensor and other touch technology to clean tube, seat, or bowel after each use.
23. The cleaning aid according to any one of claims 1 and 5, wherein the cleaning aid is powered by any one of AC, DC, and solar energy.
24. The cleaning aid according to claim 21, wherein the toilet is located in an indoor or outdoor and private or public toilet room.
CROSS REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS
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FIELD OF THE INVENTION
 The disclosed invention relates to personal hygiene before and after bowel and urinary discharge. The invention is a cleaning aid to help users clean themselves. The invention can be in three main technology patterns, a hand held device, a standing type device and incorporated into toilet seat technology. The present invention is used by a user to clean the anal canal after bowel discharge and before the bowel discharge to disinfect the equipment.
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
 Devices for cleaning that excrete liquid are well known. For example, US Patent Publication 2008/0115302 A1, discloses a cleaning device for cleaning hard surfaces, for example floor, carpet, toilet, bathroom, shower cleaning device. US Patent Publication 2002/0112741 A1 discloses a well documented cleaning device that excretes liquid. US Patent Publication 2002/0112741 A1 discloses a hand held device used only to scrub hard surfaces. U.S. Pat. No. 7,757,340 discloses a cleaning device designed for soft surfaces, for example upholstery. Another device disclosed in U.S. Pat. No. 6,981,293 B2 is a hand held device that uses Velcro to attach a variety of accessories.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
 The invention is a cleaning aid used for hygienic cleaning after urinary or bowel discharge. The device may use a combination of a disinfected wipe to clean a particular area of the user's body. The disinfected wipe may be used dry, in powder or in combination with a liquid. The wipe may be discharged from the device after use without handling. The liquid, and any urine or fecal matter in the liquid that may be on the wipe, may be disposed of by a vacuum device or other mechanical device roll, turned over, sweep away, on the device or discarded with the wipe.
 The invention comprises a body which may be covered with a contour adapting silicon like foam material to deform to the surface shape of the user's body to match the shape of the user's body in order to provide uniform contact with the user's body. The cleaning aid may further comprise a handle for moving the invention into contact with the user's body. The invention may have a user activated control button for discarding the wipe, a user activated control button for dispensing liquid from a container on the invention and a user activated control button for activating a vacuum or machine device. The user may bring their body in contact with the invention to clean a soiled area of their body using the buttons to manipulate the wipes, liquid and vacuum features to affect cleaning. The new invention is made from assemblies of metal, Bronze, copper, zippers, buttons, brackets, screws, leather, nuts, tissue, silicone gel, silicone jelly, towel, rag cloth, wiper, paper, plastic, and rubber.
 An objective of the present invention is to make personal cleaning and hygiene fast and easy for everyone after bowel discharge.
 Another objective of the present invention is to improve privacy of patient and care givers.
 Another objective of the present invention is to attempt to eliminate irritation after bowel and urinary discharge,
 Another objective of the present invention is to assist those physically challenged to become self sufficient in personal cleaning after bowel and urinary discharge.
 Another objective of the current invention is to assist elders in personal cleaning and also in achieving a high level of self sufficiency.
 Another objective of this invention is to educate children on personal hygienic methods and how to handle private body parts after bowel discharge.
 Another objective of the present invention is to provide equal access both indoor and outdoor to sanitary and hygienic cleanliness before and after bowel or urinary discharge.
 The new green technology may save over 3 billion yards of toilet tissue in the USA a year
 After reading the disclosures that follows, the present invention may be better understood and contributions of the present invention to the art may be better appreciated. There are, of course, additional features of the invention that will be described below and will form the subject matter of claims. In this respect, before explaining at least one preferred embodiment of the invention in detail, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited in its application to the details of the construction and to the arrangement of the components set forth in the following description or as illustrated in the drawings. The invention is capable of other embodiments and of being practiced and carried out in various ways. Also, it is to be understood that the phraseology and terminology employed herein are for the purpose of description and should not be regarded as limiting.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWING
 FIG. 1 is a side elevation view of a first embodiment of the invention.
 FIG. 2 is a perspective view of a second embodiment of the invention.
 FIG. 3 is a perspective view of the second embodiment of the invention with a user oriented to use the device.
 FIG. 4 is a perspective view of a third embodiment of the invention.
 FIG. 5 is a perspective view of a fourth embodiment of the invention.
 FIG. 6 is a perspective view of a fifth embodiment of the invention.
 FIG. 7 is a perspective view of a sixth embodiment of the present invention.
 FIG. 8 is another perspective view of the first embodiment of the present invention.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF CERTAIN PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS
 In the following detailed description of the preferred embodiments, reference is made to the accompanying drawings, which form a part of this application. The drawings show, by way of illustration, specific embodiments in which the invention may be practiced. It is to be understood that other embodiments may be utilized and structural changes may be made without departing from the scope of the represent invention.
 Referring to FIG. 1, the cleaning aid is referred to generally by the number 30 and the direction of cleaning motion is generally referred to by the number 77. The cleaning aid 30 illustrated in FIG. 1 comprises a body 1 having an outside surface 13 and a handle 31 attached thereon. The body 1 comprises a first soil wiper area 16 on the outside surface 30, a second soil wiper area 17 on the outside surface 13 and an ejection area 18 on the outside surface 13. The outside surface 13 may further comprise a shapeable jelly 21 and a liquid dispenser 33 having liquid 32 therein. The liquid dispenser 33 may be connected to the handle 31 by a line 34 for control of fluid transfer from the liquid dispenser 33 to at least a portion of the soil wiper 14. The shapeable jelly 21 may be a silicone-based material which may be formed or shaped into a contoured shape conforming to the user's body (not shown). The first soil wiper area 16 on the outer surface 30 is adjacent a first end of the body 1 and may be in fluid communication with the powder or liquid 32 in liquid dispenser 33. The soil wiper 14 may be formed from tissue, rag, cloth, plastic or similar material. The soil wiper 14 in the first soil wiper area 16 may be moistened by application of liquid 32 from the liquid dispenser 33. Again, the cleaning aid 30 can be used manually with dry or moist disposable tissue or similar materials.
 The soil wiper 14 on the second soil wiper area 17 on the outer surface 30 may be formed of a similar material as the soil wiper 14 in the first soil wiper area 16. The second soil wiper area 17 may also be in fluid communication with the liquid dispenser 33.
 Continuing to refer to FIG. 1 and also to FIG. 8, the ejection area 18 comprises openings 19 in the outer surface 30 for application of a vacuum and or machine to the surface 3 of the body 1. The handle 31 a further comprises user activated control buttons 5, 6, 7. Liquid dispensing button 5 may manually control liquid 32 flow from the liquid reservoir 33. Liquid dispensing button 5 may be a user-activated button on the handle 31 for selectively releasing liquid 32 from the container 33 to the soil wiper 14. Vacuum control button 6 may be used to control the application of vacuum and other machine pressure onto the ejection section 18. Vacuum control button 6 may be a user activated button for selectively applying vacuum pressure onto the second wiper area 17. Vacuum and machine devices (not shown) may be on the handle 31 or body 30 and may be battery or otherwise electrically operated to remove excess or loose liquid and dissolved waste from around second wiper area 17. The material of the soil wipers 14 may be tube shaped to rotate through the device from the cleaned side to the soiled side (not shown).
 Continuing to refer to FIG. 1 and FIG. 8 soil wiper 14 may be released by cover release button 7. The cover release button 7 may be a user-activated button 7 for selectively cutting or releasing the soil wiper 14 and for ejecting the soil wiper 14 from the cleaning aid 30. The cleaning aid 30 is circlet in the cleaning direction 77 causing the user 50 (FIG. 3) to touch the first soil wiper area 16 first, then the second soil wiper area 17 and lastly the ejection area 18.
 Referring to FIG. 2, a second embodiment of the invention may comprise a freestanding configuration having legs 12 supporting a frame or for disposing the cleaning aid 30 in an engagement position. The freestanding configuration may further comprise handrails 2 on opposing sides of the frame. Between the handrails 2, the cleaning device 30 may be attached to the frame for use by a user (FIG. 3). The cleaning aid 30 may comprise a first soil wiper area 16 adjacent a first end, a second soil wiper area 17 and an ejector 18. A soil wiper 14 may further comprise a disposable tube shape removably slipped over the entire length of cleaning aid 30. Cleaning aid 30 may be pivotally attached to the frame along a first end of the cleaning aid 30. A liquid dispensing button 5, and the vacuum applicator button 6 and ejector button 7 may be mounted on the cleaning aid 30. Powder or liquid dispensing button 5 may allow user activation of applying liquid 32 from the liquid container 33 to the first and second soil wiper areas 16, 17. A soil wiper roll 20 on the cleaning aid 30 may unroll the soil wiper 14 over the cleaning aid 30 between uses. The liquid container 33 may be in fluid communication with the first soil wiper area 16 and the second soil wiper area 17 to moisten the soil wiper 14 in these areas.
 Continuing to refer to FIG. 2, the removable wiper 16 may be dispensed from detachable roll 20 on the cleaning aid 30 to removably cover the cleaning aid 30. The soil wiper 14 may be unrolled to cover the body I along the length of the cleaning aid 30 and extend to cover the first soil wiper area 16, second soil wiper area 17 and extend into or a waste coiling machine or the ejection area 18 for removal and disposal after use. The soil wiper 14 may be in a loop to move the soiled soil wiper 14 off of the body 1 and through the waste coiling machine or the ejector 18 and disposably cover the body 1 with a clean soil wiper 14 from the roll 20. The cleaning aid 30 may cut and slide the soiled soil wiper 14 into a toilet bowl 40 and flushed. Again, this process can be done manually.
 Referring to FIG. 3, the cleaning aid 30 may be used by a user 50 to clean specifically between user's legs 52. The cleaning aid 30 is moved into contact with the user 50 using the handles 31 or the user squats, standing or seating on the cleaning aid 30 supported by the frame legs 12 (FIG. 2) to cause the cleaning aid 30 to bear against the user 50 between their legs 52 and then moving the cleaning aid 30 with respect to the user 50 in the cleaning motion direction 77 (FIG. 2) causing the first soil wiper area 16 to contact the user 50 initially. The cleaning aid 30 is continued to circle around in the cleaning motion direction 77 with respect to the user 50 causing the second soil wiper area 17 to bear against the user 50 and lastly the coiling area 18 is brought to bear between the user's legs 52 (not shown). The user 50 may depress the moisture button 5 to dispense liquid 32 (FIG. 1) to moisten the first soil wiper area 16. The ejection area 18 may have a vacuum applied thereon the by user 50 pressing the ejection button 7 for releasing or cutting and removal of the disposable wiper 14.
 The material like soil wiper 14 may be wet or dry in the first soil wiper area 16. However, any moisture in soil wiper 14 is removed by vacuum at the second wiper area 17. When the cleaning aid 30 has passed along its length bearing against the user 50, the ejection button 7 is user activated to remove the soil wiper 14 without handling the wiper 14.
 Referring to FIGS. 2 and 3, the elevated, freestanding cleaning aid 30, is used by the user 50 while squatting to slide their bottom 51 down the cleaning aid 30 in the direction of cleaning motion 77. The user 50 may step into the box 9 holding the handrails 2 (not shown) to rub against cleaning aid 30 in the cleaning motion direction 77. The user 50 may squat onto the cleaning aid 30 to bear against their body 50. The box 77 is supported by legs 12 and rolling on wheels 8 so that it may be moved to position the cleaning aid 30 closer to a toilet bowl 40. The box 9 supporting the cleaning device 30 may be assembled in many shapes and sized to fit the needs of the user 50. The box 77 may further be made as a square, rectangle or round configuration. The soil wiper 14 may comprise material of rag, tissue, plastic, or paper. The wiper is slid or unrolled from the roll 20 in the direction of wiping motion 77 to cover or tube the cleaning aid 30. The soil wiper 18 may be unrolled from the roll 20 to the tip of the cleaning aid 30 spaced from the box 9 adjacent the ejection area 18. Furthermore, the soil wiper 16 may be glued, taped, magnetically attached, Velcro attached or clipped to the cleaning aid 30. In another aspect of the present invention, the cleaning aid 30 can be configured and assembled as part of a toilet seat cover with devices to assist the user. Again in FIG. 3, the user can stand or squat for the cleaning aid 30 to do the anal or body cleaning.
 The body 1 of the cleaning aid 30 may be formed of easy cleaning materials such as metal, copper, aluminum, screws, nuts, bolts, bracket, silicon, jelly or jell, soft foam, plastic, or rubber for easy cleaning of the outside surface 13 after use.
 In use, the cleaning aid 30 as illustrated in FIGS. 1-3 is brought into contact with the user 50 between spread legs 52 for sliding the cleaning aid or motorized circle 30 in the cleaning direction 77 from the first soil wiping area 16 having a moistened soil wiper 14 thereon to the second soil wiper area 17 to remove excess moisture with the user activated vacuum or dry portion of the soil wiper 14 and continuing to wipe the cleaning aid 30 along the cleaning direction 77 bearing against the user 50 and having deformable gel 21 conforming to the shape of the user 50 to the ejection area 18 where the soil wiper 14 is removed.
 Referring to FIG. 4, according to another embodiment of the invention the cleaning aid 30 for use after bowel discharge may include a tube-let in the machine cleaning device tracks. The stand or squat machine may have a cleaning material tube 20 that cooperates with a regular toilet seat or bowl 40. The motorized machine circles the material 20 like mentioned below. The seat en-tube materials can be rubber, plastic, paper, cloth, rag, silicon, leather and other material suitable for the tubing of the machine cleaning apparatus. While the material is very important for the tubing of machine, the machine could be configured to be used only regular toilet seat or bowl, but the most important of the functions is done by the control motor devise. Because of the motorized device, each person's soil is automatically pulled off the regular toilet seat or bowel 40 and a new material follows immediately to replace the soiled one in a curling move at a clock wise direction. Control by the machine is done with a sensor. The feeding tube material is coiled from one side of the machine and soiled material exits from the other side coiled. The sides can be revised to help people live better.
 Referring to FIG. 5, according to another embodiment of the invention the cleaning device 30 is incorporated into a toilet bowl 40 to allow simply use of the toilet facility. For most new construction, the invention can be customized and in-built with the toilet bowl 40 instead of an independent apparatus attached to the toilet bowel bowl 40 as described above. With the aid of a tiny cleaning aid 30 attached to the toilet bowl 40, the permanent seat is skinned or tubed, or just wrapped with false material which acts as soil wiper material 14 such as rubber, plastic, metal, silicon, aluminum, copper, or a combination of them. The tube can be sealed with hook, button, zipper, Velcro, magnet, and glue. This unique tube will be cleaned with disinfectant fluid or chemical spread, or liquid 32 from a private bottle 33 or toilet bowel tanks. The technology will steam or wash and or powder the toilet seat or tube and dry the soiled seat or tube, or bowl with heat and other material immediately after each use. This method of toilet seat use and cleaning eliminates and/or reduces the wasteful use of paper, plastic, silicon and other material. In time this embodiment will improve and phase out the independent apparatus as more new construction replaces the old method building's internal infrastructure. The new toilet seat technology makes it possible to have total inbuilt bathroom system and just a high tech toilet seat, tube, and bowl as described above.
 The new toilet seat mechanized technology is versatile. This versatility and simplification of the product makes it usable indoor and outdoor, including with a portable toilet. The portable toilet will be handicap friendly. More important is the new technology including the tube-let seat or semi tube-let that rotates around the cleaning and drying machine or the seat which has a cleaning and heating or the other material dry rotating machine.
 Continually referring to FIG. 5, the technological improved toilet system 40, having inbuilt technology operates cleaning activities using a sensor assembly 77a that is firm in a portion of the toilet set or bowel. A motorized machine 77b is used to feed off the toilet seat tube 20, physically moving the material (tube, or semi-tube) around, or rotating the tube material 20 from side to side, left to right or back and front of the bowel bowl. the material 20 can be disinfected and/or scented with liquid 32 from the liquid dispenser 33, which may be communicated via a line 34 for liquid transfer or fed manually. As the tube or seat or bowl material 20 rotates around via the motorized machine 77b, it will come into contact with motorized technology cleaning sections 16, 17, 18. The rotating tube or semi tube material 20 re-enters the system. The technology further squeezes and releases waste into the bowl and flushes it out clean.
 Referring to FIG. 6, according to another embodiment of the present invention the cleaning aid 30 rotates on a firm seat, bowl and other materials 40. The motorized technology communicates with the cleaning aid motorized device 77b and the release sensor 77a. These can be wired and wireless. The mobile device circles in the axis of the toilet bowl, seat and other materials 40. At the end of each use, the sensor and the technology communicate to release the cleaning machine device as it rotates around the toilet bowl, set or other materials. At the station where the mobile machine leaves for cleaning, the dispenser 33 will fill with disinfectant and or scented liquid 32, the mobile cleaning machine will release liquid or wet dissolvent and chemical to dissolve and disinfect soils on the material, and flush or release the liquid inside the bowl. The mobile motorized device will then dry the toilet bowl. These types of technology can be equipped with body cleaning machines for after market use with bowls if requested. (not shown). The green mobile cleaning technology has a lid.
 Referring to FIG. 7, according to another embodiment of the present invention this technology of body cleaning after bowel and urine discharge can be applied to an outdoor application. The outdoor application is in portable toilet systems. Portable toilets are light, and small but self contained toilet(s). The portable toilets are found in parks, camping routes, construction, and other public places. This new technology solves the problem of communicable infection, and reduces paper covering toilet seats to only basic toilet tissues.
 The new technology includes a motorized firm or mobile cleaning machine 30 that cleans the portable toilet with disinfectant 32 dispensed into the cleaning technology (mobile or firm machine cleaner). Because the population is severed, the device 30 will keep working while the supply office is closed, to wet the seat, bowel and or other material 40 and what ever cleaning solution and soil wiper material 14 was used are cleaned and dried.
 The portable toilet may be equipped with a handicap ramp for special need persons, and the rail, hooks, and urinary tubs are big enough to enter a wheel chair. The technology can be powered by dc, ac, battery and or solar energy. The technology (motorized machine) may be wired or wireless. This technology may be manually operated, (not shown), be a factory installed permanently fixture toilet outdoor or portable. It may be assembled on location and disassembled after use. At camp assembling starts with securing the base to the floor, or other likely surfaces. Coupled to the base will be a waste container, and right on top of the waste container will be toilet seat screwed tight. The new technology, including the motorized machine will be installed to control the disinfecting and perfuming of the toilet after use of the toilet seat. Other special equipment for physically challenged may be installed at this time, depending on the need of the occupant(s). A clean water tank is installed. The back wall panel 26 is screwed in. Following installation of the side water resistant panel wall 24, the window equipment(s) 24A is attached, the front wall 28 is attached to the body, and the door 29 is installed in the front (swing, sliding and folding doors) or other sides of the body 25 with a lock and bracket system 23. The stair well 25A, and or ramp 25B are installed on the body 25, and the opening for drainage is installed with filter(s). The roof panel 22 is installed and screwed to the body 25, and the energy source 3 attached or installed to the roof in the form of ac, dc, battery and solar energy. The ventilation system 28A is then put in place. The technology may be equipped with a lid.
 Although the description above contains many specifications, these should not be construed as limiting the scope of the invention but as merely providing illustrations of some of the embodiments of this invention. Thus, the scope of the invention should be determined by the appended claims and their legal equivalents rather than by the examples given. Further, the present invention has been shown and described with reference to the foregoing exemplary embodiments. It is understood, however, that other forms, details, and embodiments may be made without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention.
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