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Saturday, June 13, 2009

Garbage Enzyme DIY

The said making of garbage enzyme would help to reduce the global warming. I learn to make garbage enzyme partly to recycle the kitchen wastes, turn kitchen waster to DIY natural household cleaners. It is natural household cleaner; air purifier; deodorizer; insecticide; detergent; body care; car care; organic fertilizer, believe it or not, it is multipurpose...It is also help to reduce pollution - methane gas released from disposed garbage can trap 21 times more heat than CO2, worsen the global warming condition.So do a bit and help reduce global warming for a cooler and healthier living environment for all of us!

The Garbage enzyme benefits environment, agriculture and even in homes.

In agriculture:
garbage enzyme is used to reduce the chemical fertilizers, soil fertilizer for plants, helps to clean the dirty and impure water in the farm.


In home:
garbage enzyme is used as household cleaning detergent, help to get rid of insects, mopping floor and multi-purpose cleanser for toilet as well as removes foul odors. It help and prevent drainpipe blockage, release residues accumulated in the pipe of basins or toilet bowls.

How good is it I do not know, but I did tried to use the garbage enzyme added with dishwash detergent and floor cleaner for cleaning dishes and floor. It really works well and make my work load lessen with this super enzyme liquid.

DIY Garbage Enzyme ingredients:







3 ratio of waste fruits/vegetables










1 ratio of black sugar






10 ratio of water








Mixed well all ingredients and place them in the air-tight plastic container/bottle. Remember to open and Stir/Shake the enzyme residue everyday for the first month. 2 to 3 times a week, for the 2nd and 3rd month.


Fermentation Period: 3 months in air-tight plastic container.

Filter and removal of the residue after 3 months, then after filtration and removal of the residue, garbage enzyme is obtained.




Do not throw away the residue as it can be used again for a new batch of production by adding fresh garbage. It can be used as fertilizer too. Dried the residue, then blended and buried in the ground as a fertilizer.


When the enzyme is diluted with water, it becomes more effective. For dish-washing liquids or floor detergents: add 1 teaspoon of enzymes for 500cc, 1 tablespoon of enzymes for 1 litre to enhance the nutrients and reduce the side effects of the chemicals in the detergents.






When Enzyme is diluted with water, it becomes more effective:

1) Enzyme for fertilizer = enzyme 1cc: water 100cc
2) Enzyme for insecticide = enzyme 1cc: water 1000cc
3) Enzyme for pesticide = enzyme 1cc: water 100cc
4) Anti odour/air freshener = enzyme 1cc: water 200cc
5) Plant hormones to get more flowers & fruits = enzyme 1cc: water 500cc
6) Shampoos, dish-washing liquids, detergents
= enzyme 1cc: water 10 times
= enzyme 1 teaspoon add in 1 liter detergent
(enhance nutrients & reduce chemical side effect of the detergents)

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for taking the time to help, I really apprciate it.

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