Banana Feasibility Study

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Register to read the introduction… First, remove any of the leftover stringy material from the inside of the peel, then just start rubbing the inside of the peel on your shoes or silver. When you’re done, buff up the object with a paper towel or soft cloth. You might even want to use this technique to restore your leather furniture. Test it on a small section first before you take on the whole chair.

Statement of the Problem
The researcher would like to know further about the effectiveness of the banana peel as shoe polish and would like to answer the following question: 1. What kind of banana peel is going to use as shoe polish? 2. Is the different kinds of banana peel is effective as shoe polish? 3. How long will the shine last on the shoes? 4. Is the banana peel good substitute to the real shoe polish?
Objectives
The researchers would like to achieve the following objectives: a. To know when will the shine last on the leather shoes. b. To know the effectiveness of the product. c. To know if one of the banana peel of laktan, latundan or señorita is the best shoe polish.

Scope and
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People who are fun of shinning their shoes. The outcome of the study will provide them knowledge to their habit in shining their shoes. The findings will pinpoint the efficiencies of a banana peel as their shoes shine with a lesser expensive from their pocket. II. The people will learn how to save money. The banana peel will be useful, instead of throwing it in the trashcan, people will use it for shinning their shoe III. People who spent money in buying a shoes shine happens during school day, especially to the students who usually use leather shoes. Students could not sustain to buy from their own pocket, but with banana feel, this would help students lesser their expenses.
DEFINITION OF TERMS 1. Banana- The banana is an edible fruit, botanically a berry, produced by several kinds of large herbaceous flowering plants in the genus Musa. 2. Polish- make the surface of (something) smooth and shiny by rubbing it. 3. Banana peel - known as a banana skin in British English, is the outer covering of the banana fruit. 4. Antioxidants - man-made or natural substances that may prevent or delay some types of cell

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