Sarah B. Van Bogart issued US patent for 'reusable diaper'

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia , November 27, 2013 () – United States Patent no. 8,591,489, issued on Nov. 26.

"Reusable diaper" was invented by Sarah B. Van Bogart (Andover, Minn.).

According to the abstract* released by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office: "The present disclosure provides reusable diaper devices, systems, and methods. One diaper embodiment includes a diaper body layer, a first casing formed from one or more layers of material and positioned on the diaper body layer, a first channel is formed by the casing proximate to a first leg opening of the diaper and the first channel contains a first band, a second casing formed from one or more layers of material and positioned on the diaper body layer, a second channel is formed in the casing proximate to a second leg opening of the diaper and the second channel contains a second band, and a length of each of the bands is adjustable."

The patent was filed on Sept. 30, 2009, under Application No. 12/571,000.

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