When were disposable shoe covers invented?

Answer According to FreePatentsOnline, these protective accessories trace their origin to the disposable foot slipper patented by Olive G. France on Feb. 3, 1953. This invention led to related products in... Read More »

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When were disposable diapers invented?

While the origins of the first disposable diaper are unknown, the invention of the first effective disposable diaper occurred in 1950. Marion Donovan's diaper consisted of a cover made from a plast... Read More »

When were disposable cups invented?

Lawrence Luellen invented the first disposable cups, in the form of paper cups, in 1907. Luellen and his partner popularized the disposable cup, and their business eventually became the Dixie Cup c... Read More »

When were the first disposable lighters invented?

The first disposable lighter was invented in 1972 by the S. T. Dupont Company, an affiliate of Gillette. Later in 1973, BIC introduced a disposable lighter that was capable of 3,000 lights, accord... Read More »

When were the left& right shoe invented?

While shoes were likely one of the first things invented by primitive humans, the idea of using different shoes for the left and the right foot is a relatively recent invention. The concept was fi... Read More »