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Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 8:53pm On Jul 16, 2014
Raymondif: am in continue



Noted Sir.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 8:58pm On Jul 16, 2014
impeccablephili: Hey bros we are waiting


Alright Sir!
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 9:08pm On Jul 16, 2014
obajohn: bro well done. u ar doing a great job.
in otherwords u r creating job.
following with rapt attention.




Thanks Sir.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 9:21pm On Jul 16, 2014
GERMICIDE
Let's take a quick look at what a germicide is together.
A germicide is any type of product that is designed to kill germs and bacteria on different types of surfaces. Many household cleaning products are formulated to function as germicide.

Over the years, a number of uses of germicide products have come into common use. Some involve the utilization of basic germicidal and antibacterial products as a way of minimizing the chances of spreading colds or other forms of illness.

Wherever there are people, there are bacteria. Since bacteria are invisible to the Unclad eye, their presence is usually unsuspected. Germicide therefore helps to rid the area of bacteria and germs that have the potential to cause harm to humans and other living things.

Germicide can be used to clean surfaces such as:

-Toilet

-Sinks

-Floors

-Drains

-Door Knobs

-Counters and

-Garbage cans, etc.

Summarily, germicides as disinfectants aid in maintaining a clean environment to help prevent the spread of harmful bacteria that may cause infections.

PLACES GERMICIDES CAN BE USED
Germicide as disinfectant can be used in the:

¤Hospitals

¤Homes

¤Eateries, etc

Sorry for the long story, just wanted us to have a clear idea of what we are going into next.

Stay tuned as I bring us the formula for production of germicide ( izal formula) in my next post.

Thanks.

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Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Juliana7: 11:31pm On Jul 16, 2014
Eya! Pls sir i am waiting. U are doing a great stuff here. People like u a rare, most especially from dis part of d world

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Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 4:16pm On Jul 17, 2014
Juliana7: Eya! Pls sir i am waiting. U are doing a great stuff here. People like u a rare, most especially from dis part of d world


Thanks Ma'am.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 4:21pm On Jul 17, 2014
PRODUCTION OF GERMICIDE

(Materials Required For 10 Litres)

Texapon.........2 tin milk cups

Pine oil...........4 tin milk cups

Phenol............4 tin milk cups

Lysol...............4 tin milk cups

Izal booster... .4 tin milk cups

Carbolic Acid.....4 tin milk cups

Izal concentrate.........4 tin milk cup

Whitener.................2 tin milk cup

Water.......................5 litres




I promised to explain our production in units. Looking at the formula above, you notice that texapon used is 2 cups, whitner 2 cups and our water is 5 litres while other ones are 4 cups each. Now, explaining this in unit, I would say:

Texapon------------2 units

Pine oil-------------4 units

Phenol-------------4 units

Lysol---------------4 units

Carbolic acid------4 units

Izal concentrate---4 units

Izal booster--------4 units

Whitener-----------2 units

Water---------------


From the above, let's use texapon as our determinant factor. As in, the quantity of texapon to determine the quantity of the entire production.

Here, you can use anything as your measurement (measuring tool). For instance, if you choose to use a spoon as your measurement, it means texapon is 2 spoons, whitener 2 spoons, then the rest 4 spoons. If you now choose to use a bucket, it means two of that buckets of texapon, 2 buckets of whitener and 4 buckets of the rest.

Please do not quote me yet, typing still in progress.

Grinning.....

Thanks.

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Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 4:28pm On Jul 17, 2014
PREPARATION

-Pour the Texapon into a bowl

-Add the pine oil and stir very well

-Add the phenol and stir

-Add the lyzol and stir

-Add the booster and stir

-Add like 3 liters of water and stir

-Use some quantity of water to dilute the carbolic acid before you add it to the mixture

-Add the izal concentrate and stir

-Also use some water to dilute the whitener before you add to the mixture and stir together

-Pour the remaining water and stir properly
Finally package the product for use or sale.



Thanks.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 4:36pm On Jul 17, 2014
For some of us who would like to go into this business, you can ask your questions and you'll get all the answers you need to start up the business.

So, keep your questions coming.


Thanks.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by impeccablephili: 5:23pm On Jul 17, 2014
Thanks for the great job you are doing here. Please i want to know how much i can make out of the 20 litres liquid soap, please let us know the actual cost and selling price. Secondly could you give us the course outline
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by JAkpayen(m): 5:31pm On Jul 17, 2014
Well done strongbest! I'm in for these skills too.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 7:46pm On Jul 17, 2014
JAkpayen: Well done strongbest! I'm in for these skills too.



You are highly welcome Sir.

Thanks.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Juliana7: 8:56am On Jul 18, 2014
Thank u sir for this GOD sent empowerment information u are dishing out for free here. Pls sir, where can we purchase this materials in lagos. And am earnestly waiting for that of DETTOL. GOD bless YOU!
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Juliana7: 9:10am On Jul 18, 2014
Pls sir, what are the function of the following chemicals u listed above in making IZAL. 1. Texapon 2. Pine oil 3. Phenol 4. Lysol 5. Carbolic acid. Anticipating ur response. Thank u sir.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by udemzyudex(m): 2:58pm On Jul 18, 2014
thanks for the info..

Whats the least amount one can use to start this business and for the plastic to use,can one get a customise plastic from the company that produce it and at what price?

Thanks

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Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Nobody: 3:55pm On Jul 18, 2014
Pls I'm one of your new E- student. I joined the class today. I want to do my first assignment on liquid soap so as to submit my pictures. My question is, where can I buy the chemicals? Can I get the chemicals at Idumota?

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Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 4:40pm On Jul 18, 2014
Juliana7: Thank u sir for this GOD sent empowerment information u are dishing out for free here. Pls sir, where can we purchase this materials in lagos. And am earnestly waiting for that of DETTOL. GOD bless YOU!


The pleasure is all mine ma!

You can get all the materials(chemical) at Ojota chemical market.

Dettol formula is coming soon, it's coming next. Just stay tuned.

Thanks.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 4:43pm On Jul 18, 2014
Juliana7: Pls sir, what are the function of the following chemicals u listed above in making IZAL. 1. Texapon 2. Pine oil 3. Phenol 4. Lysol 5. Carbolic acid. Anticipating ur response. Thank u sir.


Alright ma, I shall give the functions of all the chemicals in my next post.

Thanks.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 4:51pm On Jul 18, 2014
Catered4: Pls I'm one of your new E- student. I joined the class today. I want to do my first assignment on liquid soap so as to submit my pictures. My question is, where can I buy the chemicals? Can I get the chemicals at Idumota?



Heyllo ma'am, you are welcome aboard. Nice to have you here.

I'm not very used to Idumota but I'm sure there should be a chemical store around there, you may just ask around. At Ojoata chemical market, you'll get everything there.

Thanks.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 4:59pm On Jul 18, 2014
You can keep all your questions on liquid soap and germicide production coming. Later today, I will be posting more information on germicide and then we shall move on to the next thing. So, stay tuned.


Thanks.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Juliana7: 10:34pm On Jul 18, 2014
I am waiting sir. Please ooooooo
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 10:50pm On Jul 18, 2014
udemzyudex: thanks for the info..


Whats the least amount one can use to start this business and for the plastic to use,can one get a customise plastic from the company that produce it and at what price?

Thanks


Heyllo Sir, with just 5k you can start something, at least, on a small scale. For the plastic to use, packaging is very important, you may just get any attractive plastic and have your own well designed stickers on it. If you are buoyant enough, you may approach any plastic company for a customised one.

Thanks.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by udemzyudex(m): 7:54am On Jul 19, 2014
Strongbest:


Heyllo Sir, with just 5k you can start something, at least, on a small scale. For the plastic to use, packaging is very important, you may just get any attractive plastic and have your own well designed stickers on it. If you are buoyant enough, you may approach any plastic company for a customised one.

Thanks.
Thanks
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by JAkpayen(m): 9:33am On Jul 19, 2014
I know a chemical store @ Fadeyi bus-stop close to the pedestrian bridge. Please strongbest how do you describe the fragrance (perfume), is it a chemical too? Secondly do one need an big isolated place to mix the chemicals especially when doing the germicide.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Nobody: 12:45pm On Jul 19, 2014
[quote author=Strongbest]



Heyllo ma'am, you are welcome aboard. Nice to have you here.

I'm not very used to Idumota but I'm sure there should be a chemical store around there, you may just ask around. At Ojoata chemical market, you'll get everything there.

Thanks.






Thank you sir. Ojota is fine by me. Can you please send me the description to the chemical market ojota. From Obalende pls.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by peacemaranatha(m): 3:34pm On Jul 19, 2014
Strongbest:



Sorry about that. As for making soap without caustic soda, well, you might still have a 'soap' but if we must go by what soap really is, then lye (caustic soda) is inevitable. The chemical reaction that yields or gives soap is known as saponification, which is simply the reaction between oil or fat. The caustic soda doesn't really remain in the soap as 'caustic soda' after the reaction if combined in the right proportion. The caustic soda is usually used up to give soap. Don't know if my explanation is clear enough.

Will be looking forward to seeing the pictures of your production sir.

Thanks
thIs is a real practical training. I will make use of this oppurtunity. Sir am really following to detail & am waiting for the candle & polish production
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by peacemaranatha(m): 3:38pm On Jul 19, 2014
Pls where can we get this materials in market especially the chemical which shop? Then about the market is it selling? Do we need a customised bottle for package or just ordinary bottle?
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 5:01pm On Jul 19, 2014
udemzyudex:
Thanks


My pleasure sir.

Thanks.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 5:28pm On Jul 19, 2014
JAkpayen: I know a chemical store @ Fadeyi bus-stop close to the pedestrian bridge. Please strongbest how do you describe the fragrance (perfume), is it a chemical too? Secondly do one need an big isolated place to mix the chemicals especially when doing the germicide.


Thanks for the information, I believe this would be helpful to someone here.

Well, in the real sense, fragrance(perfume) can be said to be a chemical considering the process that yield or lead to its existence. But you know, when you refer to something as a chemical, a lot of people always think or look at it as a very dangerous or harmful thing. You observe I refer to some of these things as 'materials', just to avoid being seen as some kind of dangerous thing that can't be handled. Not all chemicals are harmful or dangerous.

Simply put, our existence has a lot to do with 'chemical'. For example, imagine the air we breathe! Oxygen and hydrogen are chemicals etc. Might throw more light on that later.

Finally, you don't really need an isolated place as such. Any small space in your apartment can be used. However, care has to be taken to avoid unnecessary inhaling of some of the chemicals. In other word, having a separate room or place for your experiment is not a bad idea sir.

Thanks.

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Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 5:38pm On Jul 19, 2014
[quote author=Catered4][/quote]

It's my pleasure ma. Okay, just tell any bus taking you to Ojota you are going to Ojota chemical market, it's a very popular place (market) you will find several chemical stores there. Feel free and take your time to tour the market to get what ever you want from which ever store appeals or meets your need.

Thanks.

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Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 5:46pm On Jul 19, 2014
peacemaranatha: Pls where can we get this materials in market especially the chemical which shop? Then about the market is it selling? Do we need a customised bottle for package or just ordinary bottle?


Where to get the chemical shops depends on your location. Like I have said in my earlier post, packaging matters a lot, you can choose your own style sir.

It's really unfortunate we lost our former thread, there were some pictures of those products uploaded by the then followers of the thread, they were nice and would give you an idea of what yours should look like. Anyhow, I will try to upload some pictures with time.

Thanks.
Re: Free Skill Acquisition E-Center by Strongbest(m): 6:04pm On Jul 19, 2014
I promised to tell us the function of all the chemicals used in the production of germicide.

On a good day, almost all the chemicals involved in the production of germicide are disinfectants, except for some few like: izal booster and whitener. The izal booster is just to increase the quantity of your product while the whitener is to give it that white colour look.

So, the combination of all of the chemicals (antiseptics or disinfectant) is what gives you a powerful germicide.

When we move to antiseptic (dettol) production, we shall deal with more of those chemicals.

Thanks.

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