The Wrist-Mounted Handkerchief Holding Device is a system and method by which a handkerchief-like assembly is readily available for use in catching ones coughs and sneezes or wiping ones nose.
Inventor James Wright Toon, Jr. of Great Mills, MD has created a system and method by which a handkerchief-like assembly is readily available for use in catching ones coughs and sneezes.
A handkerchief is a well-known tool not only for wiping and blowing ones nose, but also for helping control sneezes and coughs and preventing the spread of germs. Sneezes and coughs often come along in almost an instantaneous manner, leaving just split seconds to find the handkerchief and put it over their nose or mouth. There is rarely time to locate handkerchiefs or tissues in pockets, purses, desk drawers, or the like. Inventor Toon has created a means by which the features and benefits of a handkerchief can be made almost immediately available.
This clever new invention makes a handkerchief available in a split second. It prevents the spread of germs and illness. It is easily removable for washing or replacement. It is ideal for cold, flu, and allergy season. Multiple colors and styles are available. The use of the Wrist-Mounted Handkerchief Holding Device allows one to keep the anti-germ spreading performance of a handkerchief available at a split seconds notice in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.