GOODS & SERVICES: New Ideas, Mar. 16, 1953


No Fuse, No Fuss. A circuit breaker that replaces electric fuses in homes and can't burn out was put on sale by Mechanical Products, Inc. of Jackson, Mich. Called Mini-Breaker, it cuts off current whenever there is an overload or short circuit, needs only a push of a button to restore service. Price: $1.50, or four for $5.

Pliable Paint. The Glidden Co. brought out a new industrial enamel with a silicone-resin base, which can be bent, twisted and hammered without marring. Glidden thinks its Nubelon S may replace porcelain and...

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