THE FEASIBILITY OF PRODUCING SHOE POLISHER OUT OF BANANA PEELINGS
-Shoe polish (or boot polish), usually a waxy paste or a cream, is a consumer product used to shine, waterproof, and restore the appearance of leather shoes or boots, thereby extending the footwear's life. In some regions—including New Zealand—"Nugget" is used as a common term for solid waxy shoe polish, as opposed to liquid shoe polishes.
Various substances have been used as shoe polish for hundreds of years, starting with natural substances such as wax and tallow. Modern polish formulate were introduced early in the 20th century and some products from that era are still in use today. Today, shoe polish is ...view middle of the document...
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
-It makes my study important because it can be used in many ways. And also it is useful to our community.
SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS
-I want to include in my study the other parts of the Banana that has extract so that I will determine which part have more extract .And also I will statistical test used to determine the possible limitations of the finding.
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS
-is a general term embracing a number of species or hybrids in the genus Musa of the family Musaceae.
- is a consumer product used to shine, waterproof, and restore the appearance of leather shoes or boots, thereby extending the footwear's life.
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
-Since medieval times, dubbin, a waxy product, was used to soften and waterproof leather; however, it did not impart shine. It was made from natural wax, oil, soda ash and tallow. As leather with a high natural veneer became popular in the eighteenth century, a high glossy finish became important, particularly on shoes and boots. In most cases, a variety of homemade polishes were used to provide this finish, often with lanolin or beeswax as a base.
In the nineteenth century, many forms of shoe polish became available, yet were rarely referred to as shoe polish or boot polish. Instead, they were often called blacking (especially when mixed with lampblack), or simply continued to be referred to as dubbin. Tallow, an animal by-product, was used to manufacture a simple form of shoe polish at this time. Chicago, Illinois, where 82% of the meat consumed in the United States was processed in the stock yards, became a...