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CharKer: Charcoal White Board Marker

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Clarissa Anne Cruz

on 3 March 2015

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Transcript of CharKer: Charcoal White Board Marker

The materials needed in conducting the procedures include 36ml used engine oil, 11ml cooking oil, crushed charcoal, mortar and pestle, stirrer, medicine dropper, piece of cloth, container and an empty refillable marker.

Gathering the materials:
ALTERNATIVE WHITEBOARD MARKER INK OUT OF CHARCOAL AND ENGINE OIL

The charcoal was pounded into its finest pieces by the use of mortar and pestle. The used engine oil, pounded charcoal and cooking oil were mixed in a container based on the given measurements. The mixture is filtered with a use of cloth. After the solution mixed up, the product was transferred into the plastic container.


Actual Procedure:
Transferring the ink to the refillable marker
Refill the marker with the final product using medicine droper.

A Detailed Methodology of Group 4
Creating alternative whiteboard marker ink has three parts of methods namely:

Gathering of materials

The making of actual product itself

Transferring the ink to the refillable marker


Clarissa Anne M. Cruz
Alyza Gale F. Santiago
Nicole A. Penafiel
John Rafael Dela Paz
ALTERNATIVE WHITEBOARD MARKER INK OUT OF CHARCOAL AND ENGINE OIL
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