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Utilization and Acceptability of Sampaguita (Jasminum sambac) Petals and Orange (Citrus sinensis) Peelings Extract Mixtures as an Alternative Home Air Freshener Spray

Mayona Paula T. Alcala
Louise Monique A. Conejos
Danielle Khameron C. Salingsing
Researcher II- MG

In Partial fulfillment of the requirements in
Research II

Samar National School
Catbalogan City, Samar

Mrs. Ermelinda Floretes
Research Adviser

November 27, 2012
TABLE OF CONTENTS

TitlePage
Cover Page
Table of Contentsi
Acknowledgementii
Abstractiii
CHAPTER I – INTRODUCTION1
Background of the Study1
Objectives2
Null Hypothesis2
Assumptions 4
Significance of the Study5
Definition of Terms6
Scope and Delimitations7

CHAPTER II – REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE11-12
CHAPTER III – METHODOLOGY13
Materials and Equipment13
General Procedure14-16
Schedule of Activities17-18

CHAPTER IV – RESULTS, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA18

CHAPTER V – CONCLUSION & RECOMMENDATION21

BIBLIOGRAPHY22

Acknowledgement
We would like to thank the following:
* Researcher’s Parents, for the moral and financial support throughout our time conducting the study. * Mrs. Ermelinda Floretes, for supervising and helping us in creating our research thesis. * Ms. Hannah Mae Aduana, for supervising and giving us recommendations for further improvement of the study. * To all our respondents, for giving us their honest answers in our survey. * Especially to God for his heavenly guidance and making these study possible.

ABSTRACT

An air freshener is a product designed to mask or remove unpleasant room odors. These products typically deliver fragrance and other odor counteracts ants into the air. They do so through a variety of product formats, including aerosols, candles, potpourri, and gels. The researchers decided to create an air freshener spray made from Sampaguita (Jasminum sambac) petals and Orange (Citrus sinensis) peelings extract. This study was conducted for the main purpose of comparing the difference between the commercial air freshener spray and homemade air freshener spray and to test the acceptability of the Sampaguita (Jasminum sambac) petals and Orange (Citrus sinensis) peelings extract air freshener spray. The results of the study will be interpreted with the use of weighted arithmetic mean and T-test.

From the results that the researchers conducted, it is shown in the study, the results are: the computed T-test for odor is 5.6; thus rejecting null hypothesis. For color, the computed T-test is 3.7; thus rejecting null hypothesis. For texture, the computed T-test is 6.1; thus rejecting null hypothesis.

CHAPTER I
Problem and Its Background
I. Introduction
In modern society, nearly all the people are familiar with air freshener. Air freshener is made from various kinds of ingredients including different kinds of essential oils. By sending out the fragrance, air freshener is able to cover up the bad smell, so as to alleviate the uncomfortable feeling caused by the undesirable odor. A. Background of Study

These products typically deliver fragrance and other odor counteracts ants into the air. They do so through a variety of product formats, including aerosols, candles, potpourri, and gels. The researchers decided to create an air freshener spray made from Sampaguita (Jasminum sambac) petals and Orange (Citrus sinensis) peelings extract. (McMath 1993)

Modern methods of air freshener formulation usually use harmful synthetic chemicals that contribute to the damages in our environment. The researchers decided to make air freshener spray made from Sampaguita (Jasminum sambac) petals and Orange (Citrus sinensis) peelings extract....
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