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Infant Jesus Academy

Investigatory Project SY 19-20

THE EFFECTIVENESSOF USING FOOD COLORING


AS MARKER INK REFILL

Submitted By:

Jamie Marie Therese A. Bolaños

Sophia Jae M. Viclar

Miguel T. Constantino

Raijen Iesu E. Agbunag

Submitted To:

Ms. Daisy Velacruz


I. Problem

What can we do to so that most inkless markers do not go to waste?

II. Title

The Effectiveness of Using Food Coloring as Marker Ink Refill

III. Rationale

Nowadays many people use markers but when it goes empty we just throw it
away and buy a new one and the routine goes on. By doing this, we just add more
waste and do not help in solving our problem of garbage disposal.

a.) The researchers noticed that after the markers go empty we just dispose it
not minding that we are reducing the possibility to solve the problem of
garbage disposal.

b.) The researchers want to know the effectiveness of using food coloring as
substitute ink for empty markers to help reduce waste by not throwing away
empty markers.

IV. Materials

 Oil
 Empty marker
 Food coloring
 Newspaper
 Straw
 Plastic palette/plate

V. Procedure

1) Get some oil and rub it onto the plate. Make sure it is not many.
2) Wash the plate. Make sure that there is some oil in the plate or its oily.
3) Put drops of food coloring on the plate and mix it using the straw.
4) Get the foam or the inside of the marker where the ink is from.
5) Use the foam of the marker to get the color.
6) Test the foam if it is writing.
7) Put the foam back inside the marker and test.
8) If it is writing then your marker is done.
VI. Implication

Its importance is once the marker works it will help us lessen the waste we
produce and also helps us save money by not buying markers every time it runs
out of ink.

VII. Time Table

Making of the draft 07/05/19


Submission of the draft 07/08/19
Making of final proposal
Submission of final proposal
1st product making & testing
2nd product making & testing
3rd product making and testing
Defense

VIII. Budget

QUANTITY MATERIAL COST PER TOTAL COST


MATERIAL OF MATERIAL
Oil
Empty marker
Food coloring
Newspaper
Straw
Plastic palette/plate
TOTAL:

IX. Proponents

Jamie Marie Therese A. Bolaños


Sophia Jae M. Viclar
Miguel T. Constantino
Raijen Iesu E. Agbunag