Raclette équipée d'une lingette essuyante

Squeegee having a wiping sheet

Abstract

A device for treating a target surface, such as occurs when cleaning a window. The device has plural squeegee blades (27) joined by a head. The head has a slot therethrough. A sheet (32) may be longitudinally move over one or more than one of the blades to renew its surface before, during or after use. Each squeegee blade (27) may have a dedicated sheet. The sheet (s) may travel through the slot to originate from or be stored within the head.
L'invention concerne un dispositif destiné à traiter une surface cible, par exemple lors du nettoyage d'une fenêtre. Le dispositif possède plusieurs lames de raclette (27) jointes par une tête. La tête possède une fente qui la traverse. Une feuille (32) peut être déplacée longitudinalement sur une ou plusieurs desdites lames afin d'en nettoyer la surface avant, pendant ou après l'utilisation. Chaque lame de raclette (27) peut avoir une feuille qui lui est associée. La ou les feuilles peuvent se déplacer à travers la fente afin de dépasser de la tête ou d'être stockée dans cette dernière.

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