Natural Enzyme solution

26 03 2010

Natural enzyme solution is made from fruit skins which are then fermented for about 3 months.My mum is making these as cleaning agents for mopping floor, cleaning for surfaces etc.It really clean thoroughly and absorb grease :)

It’s natural and safe to use :)

Save Money:

Turn kitchen waster to DIY natural household cleaners.

Multiple Usage:

Natural household cleaner; air purifier; deodoriser; insecticide; detergent; body care; car care; organic fertiliser, etc

Reduce Pollution:

methane gas released from disposed garbage can trap 21 times more heat than CO2, worsen the global warming condition.

Purify Air:

Remove odour. Dissolve toxic air released from smoking, car exhaust, chemical residues from household products, etc.

Purify Underground Water:

Enzyme that flow underground will eventually purify the river and the sea.

Natural Pesticides:

Reduce mosquitoes, flies, rats or cockroaches, etc

Anti-bacterial and Virus:

Natural antiseptic for your home

Prevent Drainpipe Blockage:

Release residues accumulated in the pipe of basins or toilet bowls.

Garbage Enzyme…

is a complex solution produced by fermentation of fresh kitchen waster (fruits and vegetables dregs), sugar (brown sugar, jiggery or molasses sugar) and water. It is dark brown and has a strong sweet sour fermented scent. Garbage enzyme is a multipurpose liquid and its applications covers household, agriculture, animal husbandry, etc. Garbage enzyme is developed by Dr. Rosukon from Thailand. She has been actively involved enzyme research for more than 30 years and encourages people to make garbage enzyme at home to ease global warming.

Change Climate

From day one you start making garbage enzyme, its catalyses process will release ozone gas (O3). O3 can reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere and heavy metal that traps heat in the cloud. Hence heat can be released from the Earth, reducing greenhouse and global warming effects.
Enzyme converts ammonia to nitrate (NO3), a natural hormone and nutrient for plants. Meanwhile it converts carbon dioxide to carbonate (CO3) which is beneficial to sea plant and marine life.

D.I.Y. Garbage Enzyme

CONTAINER: Air tight plastic container.

INGREDIENTS: Water, fruit and vegetables dregs, sugar (brown sugar, jaggry, or molasses sugar).

Step 1

10 parts water (fill up 60% of container)

 Step 2

1 part sugar (=10% water content)

  Step 3

3 parts kitchen waste (fill up to 80% full)

  Step 4

Close tight and keep for 3 months (open daily to release gases for first month)

Ingredient
Ratio
Example 1
Example 2
Example 3
SUGAR
1
1 kg
2 kg
0.5 kg
VEGETABLE/FRUIT DREGS
3
3 kg
6 kg
1.5 kg
WATER
10
10 Litres
20 Litres
5 Litres

Here’s how:

  1. Use an air-tight plastic container
  2. Dilute sugar in water, follow by adding vegetable and fruit dregs
  3. Leave some space in the container for fermentation
  4. Close it tight
  5. During the first month, gases will be released during fermentation process. Release the pressure built up in the container to avoid rupturing.
  6. Push the floating garbage downward every once in a while
  7. Place at cool, dry and well ventilated area. Avoid direct sunlight. Let ferment for at least 3 months before use.

 

Take Notes:

  1. Do not use glass or metal containers that cannot expand
  2. Garbage for making enzyme does not include paper, plastic, metal or glass materials
  3. Avoid oily cooked food, fish, or meat residues (can be used as garden compost material). To make a fresh smelling enzyme, add orange, lemon peel or pandan leave etc.
  4. The ideal colour of garbage enzyme is dark brown. If it turned black , add in same amount of sugar to start fermentation process again.
  5. It may have a white, black or brown layer on top of the enzyme, ignore it. If you encounter flies and worms in the container, leave it and the chemical reaction of enzyme will resolve them naturally. Close and seal the cover tightly.
  6. Make full use of garbage enzyme residue:
  • Reuse for next production by adding fresh garbage
  • Use as fertiliser by drying the residue, blend it and bury in the ground
  • Grind the residue, pour into toilet bowl, add some brown sugar and flush to help purify sewage.
  1. If you have not gathered enough kitchen waste, you may fill up the container gradually. The 3 month fermentation period start from the day you place your last batch of kitchen waste.
  2. Garbage enzyme is at its best after 6 months of fermentation. The longer it takes, the better it gets. Garbage enzyme will never expire. Do not store in the refrigerator.
  3. Help protect our ozone layer. If every household utilised their garbage to produce garbage enzyme, it can stop kitchen waste from polluting our land and meanwhile generate enough ozone gas to ease global warming. You can change the climate!

 

How to Use Garbage Enzyme

Direction for use:

Garbage enzyme can be used diluted with water at a specific dilution ratio.

FOR GARDENING OR FARMING:

Dilute to 1000 times with water for use as natural insecticides, herbicides, pesticides and organic fertilisers. Also can be used to stimulate plant hormone to improve quality of fruits and vegetables and to increase crop yield.
Spray on land for 3 months continuously to improve soil quality.

FOR HOUSEHOLD USE:

DILUTION RATE
USAGE
QUANTITY
APPLICATION
Concentrated enzyme
Bath (add in bath water to improve skin condition)
50-100cc
Keep overnight
Washing machine (clean and soften laundry)
20-50cc
Soak and wash
Toilet bowl (prevent blockage & purify sewage)
250cc
Pour and wash
Toilet cistern (purify water)
20-50cc (two caps)
2-3 times/ weeks
Garden pond & water tank (purify water)
1/10,000 litre water
Add occasionally
Leather sofa (clean mold and stain)
Appropriate amount
Spray and wipe every 10 days
10-50 times
Carpet & tatami mat (deodorise & antiseptic)
Slightly moist
Spray 1-2 times/month
Shoe, inside the car (deodorise & antiseptic)
Appropriate amount
Spray occasionally
Kitchen sink, stove, cooker hood(clean oily stain)
Appropriate amount
Soak and wipe occasionally
Black mold (antifungal)
Appropriate amount
Soak and wipe occasionally
Pet excretion, pet house (deodorise & antiseptic)
Appropriate amount
Spray occasionally
200 – 500 times
Air-cond room (humidifier, deodorise & antiseptic)
Appropriate amount
Spray occasionally
500 times
Bathroom sink (clean)
Appropriate amount
Soak and wipe occasionally
Cabinet and refrigerator (deodorise)
Appropriate amount
Spray occasionally
Drain (prevent drainpipe blockage)
Appropriate amount
Flush occasionally
Pet (bathing, deodorise & antiseptic)
Appropriate amount
Upon bathing or brushing
Toilet (clean, deodorise & pest control)
Appropriate amount
Spray when wiping
500-1000 times
Indoor (purify air, deodorise & pest control)
Appropriate amount
Spray frequently
Closet, clothes (deodorise & antiseptic)
Slightly moist
Spray occasionally
1000 times
Seeding and planting (fertiliser)
Appropriate amount
Rinse once

 

Save on household cleaner and bodycare:

For shampoo, dish wash, laundry liquid etc; use enzyme to multiply and to reduce chemical residues.
Ratio = 1 part enzyme : 1 part detergent/cleaner : 10 parts water

Washing vegetables:

Add 30 ml (2 tbsp) enzyme to 1 litre water. Soak for 45 minutes.

Floor cleaning:

Add 30ml (2 tbsp) enzyme to moping water. To clean and sterilise.

Car care:

Add 30ml (2 tbsp) enzyme to water tank to reduce car temperature.

Functions of Garbage Enzyme:

- resolve / decompose
- transform / change
- compose / make up / combine
- catalysis

As a result of catalysis, ozone is produced which can reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and this in turn reduces global warming.

This enzyme can be produced easily with the organic waste from our kitchens.

During enzyme production, O3 + NO3 + CO3 are generated and these could help purify and whiten the clouds in the sky. Those clouds that trap lots of heavy metals appear dark. Those dark clouds cause more heat to be trapped on earth due to the greenhouse effect. O3 (ozone) from the garbage enzymes could reduce the heavy metals in the clouds and this would reduce global warming.

More NO3 (nitrite) in the air is useful as nutrients for the plants and soil.

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