In behalf of the researchers, they would like to thank all the people who helped them in making this project possible. First of all, the Almighty GOD who guided them all throughout. To their parents who gave unconditional love and support To their ever patient teachers who taught them namely,Ms. Fortune Rhoda Bait and Mrs… Margarita Castillo. To their friends, who helped them morally and cheer them up in formulating the paper.
The good thing we can remove it by commercial stain remover. The bad thing about using commercialese detergent is that has chemicals that can affect our health and environment. The researcher found out that Zamias and Lemon Grass are capable as Alternative Remover it is natural, health-friendly, and affordable. A. Statement of the Problem -Is the zamias effective as an alternative stain remover? -Could it remove fabric stains? If it can, how long does it take to do so? -Is it harmful to us? -What’s in the zamias that makes it remove stain? Who will benefit this? B. Significance of the study The essence of this study is to determine that zamias (headaches coronaries) can be used as a good alternative stain remover, so that people can know and use more natural and cheaper way in removing stain/s compared to the expensive. Both adult and children of SIN can benefit on this study. D Scope and limitations This study is only limited to be used in clothes. Using a yellow green zamias (headaches coronaries). It was conducted on October 1-16 at Baring 1 SIN.
Lasing pieces of zamias (headaches coronaries) 1 0 pieces of Lemon Grass (Companion citrus) Chapter 2 Review of Related Literature The blimp, Overran blimp, L. , (Axiological), is closely allied to the caramel but quite different in appearance, manner of fruiting flavor and uses. The only strictly English names are “cucumber tree” and “tree sorrel”, bestowed by the British in colonial times. “Blimp” is the common name in India and has become widely used. In Malay, it is called believing Assam, believing bulls, baling, or billing-billing.
In Indonesia, it subliming Bess, balancing, blabbing or blabbing hula; in Thailand, it is tailing piling, or killing bring. In Haiti, it is called billing; in Jamaica, bumbling plum; in Cuba, it is grossest china; in El Salvador and Nicaragua, member; in Costa Rica, member or trigger; in Venezuela, vainglory; in Saurian and Guyana,birdman; in Argentina, pepping De Indians. To the French it is coralberry blimp, or Cornish des Indies. Filipinos generally call it zamias but there are about a dozen other native names.
Description The tree is attractive, long-lived, reaches 16 theft(5-1 0 m) in eight; has a short trunk soon dividing into a number of upright branches. The leaves, very similar to those of the Tahiti gooseberry and mainly clustered at the branch tips, are alternate, impairment; 12 to 24 in (30-60 CM) long with 1 1 to 37 alternate or supportive leaflets, ovate or oblong, with rounded base and pointed tip; downy; medium-green on the upper surface, pale on the underside; 3/4 to 4 in (2-10 CM) long, 1/2 tool 1/8 in (1. 2-1. 25 CM) wide.
Small, fragrant, 5-pedaled flowers, yellowish-green or purplish marked with dark-purple, are borne in mall, hairy panicle emerging directly from the trunk and oldest, thickest branches and Some twigs, as do the clusters Of curious fruits. The billing is ellipsoid, bovid or nearly cylindrical, faintly 5-sided, 1 1/2 to 4 in (4-10 CM) long; capped by a thin, star-shaped calyx at the stem-end and tipped with 5 hair-like floral remnants at the apex. The fruit is crisp when unripe, turns from bright-green to yellowish-green, ivory or nearly white when ripe and falls to the ground.
The outer skin is glossy, very thin, soft and tender, and the flesh green, jelly-like, juicy and extremely acid. There may be a few (perhaps 6 or 7) latten, disc-like seeds about 1/4 in (6 mm) wide, smooth and brown. ; Stain remover: Because of high oxalic acid content, fruit used to remove stains from clothing and for washing hands, removing rust and stains from metal blades Lemon Grass Lemongrass is a long thick grass with leaves at the top and a solid portion several inches long at the root end. The lower portion is sliced or pounded and used in cooking.
As a spice, fresh lemon grass is preferred for its vibrant flavor, but is also sold in dried form. The dried spice is available in several forms: chopped in slices, cut and sifted, powdered, or as an oil can be extracted from the plant. Preparation and Storage If using fresh lemongrass, use only the lower bulbous portion of the stem. It can be pounded and used whole or cut in slices. When using the ground powder (serer) use one teaspoon as an equal to one stalk of fresh. It is advisable to soak dried sliced lemon grass for two hours before using.
When wrapped in a paper bag, lemon grass stems can last 2 to 3 weeks in the refrigerator. The stems can also be frozen for several months. Always wrap and store separately, as lemon grass will impart its flavor to other foods. Scientific Name: Companion citrus Stain A stain is a disconsolation that can be clearly distinguished from the surface, material, or medium it is found upon. They are caused by the chemical or physical interaction of two dissimilar materials. Staining is used for biochemical research, metal staining, and art (e. G. , wood staining stained glass).
Types of stain There can be intentional stains (such as wood stains or paint) indicative stains (such as food coloring or adding a substance to make bacteria visible under a microscope) natural stains (such as rust on iron or a patina on bronze)and accidental stains (like spilling ketchup on your shirt). Different types of material can be stained by different substances, and stain resistance is an important characteristic in modern textile engineering. Properties In many cases, stains are affected by heat and may become reactive enough to bond with the underlying material.
Extreme heat, such as from ironing or dry cleaning, can cause a chemical reaction on an otherwise removable stain, turning it into a chemical compound that is impossible to remove. Removal Various laundry techniques exist to attempt to remove or minimize existing stains, and stain removers are an important type of chemical in laundry detergents. Some stand-alone stain removers also exist. Food and drink stains are the most common types of stains that people search for on the internet. This is due to the variety of food and drinks and the variety of materials that the stains occur on.
Chapter Ill Methodology A. Preparation of Zamias Fruit (Overran Blimp) 10 Pieces of Zamias fruit in every stages and 1 0 pieces of Lemon Grass were gathered from Bury. 1 San Nicolas , Locos Norte. These were washed thoroughly with top water . The kamala were squeeze to get the juice from it and put it in three separate jar in every stages for about 1 day. After a ay the the kamala juice were mixed with water together with the Lemon Grass Juice. B. Preparation of Lemon Grass (Companion citrus 1 0 Pieces of Lemon Grass were purchased from the Super Market, Robinsons Locos.
These were washed thoroughly with top water . The Lemon Grass were shattered into piece and put it in three different jar together with the zamias in a day. After a day the Lemon Grass were squeeze in a filter paper to get the juice after getting the juice . The lemon grass juice is mixed with water together with the kamala Juice. C. Preparation of different stains Soy Sauce , Ketchup ,Butadiene ,coffee were purchased from Robinsons Locos . These were generously applied in a 4 different cloth D.
Research Design The experiment was laid in complete Randomized Design (CRUD) with (3) Treatments in stains different stains . The Treatment were: Treatment 1 : Young (small)zamias Treatment 2 medium zamias Treatment 3 :big (ripe) zamias After applying the zamias and lemon grass juice on each cloth specifically where the stains located . Wait for 24 hours then at last scrub the cloth and washed it with water. Chapter IV Resume Its and Discussion Table 1 The result of the test of different Zamias stages on cleansing stains in white piece of cloth after done in 24 hours soaking.
Stain In a white piece Of cloth Young (small) Zamias Medium Ripe Zamias Big (ripe) Aka miss Soy Sauce Partly removed Removed Slightly removed Ketchup partly removed Butadiene Coffee The table show that Medium Ripe Zamias removed all the different stains in every piece of white cloth while Young Zamias Removed the stains partly. And the Big (ripe) zamias didn’t totally removed the stains. Table 2 The result of the test of different zamias stage w/ lemon grass on cleansing stains in a white piece of cloth after done in 24 hours soaking.