THE FEASIBILITY OF PRODUCING SHOE POLISHER OUT OF BANANA PEELINGS ABSTRACT
-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 usually made from a mix of natural and synthetic materials, including naphtha, turpentine, dyes, and gum arabic, using straightforward chemical engineering processes. Shoe polish can be toxic, and, if misused, can stain skin.
Banana is the common name for a fruit and also the herbaceous plants of the genus Musa which produce the commonly eaten fruit. They are cultivated primarily for their fruit, and to a lesser extent for the production of fibre and as ornamental plants.
-we all know that our country today are suffering crisis.That was the reason why I want to launch this study,cause I want to help our community to be useful.The popularity of shoe polish paralleled a general rise in leather and synthetic shoe production, beginning in the 19th century and continuing into the 20th. The World Wars saw a surge in demand for the product, in order to polish army boots. The most widely used shoe polish brand is Kiwi, founded in Australia in 1904.
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
-Is it possible that the peelings of Banana can be made as shoe polish?
-If I use the peelings of Banana then it can be made as shoe polish, because the Bananas are a valuable source of vitamin B6, vitamin C, and potassium.
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
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