Eco Enzyme Eco Enzyme

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Nowadays many people prepare their own eco enzyme (garbage enzyme) for household cleaning.  Eco enzyme is developed by Dr. Rosukon Poompanvong from Thailand who was awarded in 2003 for her contribution in organic farming. In general, eco enzyme is derived from fermentation of veggie and fruit wastes (peels, cuttings and bits), sugar, and water. The final form of eco enzyme has acidic properties which is good as an all-round non-toxic cleaner.

The Recipe 3 part of fruit or veggie waste : 1 part of sugar : 7 to 10 part of water

Put everything into an airtight plastic container and allow 3 months for the fermentation process.

Notes:

  1. Use an airtight plastic container, which allows gas to build up within the container, and it’s important to open the lid daily to release the gas.  This is important to avoid explosion!
  2. Store the container in a dry and cool area and away from direct sunlight.
  3. Use veggie or fruits, do not use cooked food, meat or fish, or other non-food items.
  4. If you see worms, add an extra ratio sugar and cover air tight. They will disappear by themselves.
  5. Filter out the residue after 3 months or more.  Eco enzyme does not expire.
  6. Reuse the residue, as a fertilizer in the garden by mixing with the soil.
  7. Eco enzyme is very concentrated and very acidic, dilute the eco enzyme when using it as fertilizers or pesticides for plants.
  8. Fruit waste will result in an acidic fruity smell. Vegetable waste may not result in pleasant smell.

Uses:

  1. For household cleaning solution, mopping floor, removing stain on titles, cleaning the kitchen, washing dishes, or cleaning the carpet...and more. 1:10, or 1:50
  2. For toilet bowl, pour 250ml of undiluted eco enzyme into toilet bowl.
  3. For toilet cistern, pour 50ml of undiluted into toilet cistern.
  4. For fertilizer, 1:100 , 1:500, or 1:1000
  5. For pesticide, 1:100

Eco enzyme is an good way to recycle our kitchen waste and I have been using eco enzyme to clean my home for almost 2 years, it is very effective and I hope you can try making your own toxic free cleaner at home.



Nowadays many people prepare their own eco enzyme (garbage enzyme) for household cleaning.  Eco enzyme is developed by Dr. Rosukon Poompanvong from Thailand who was awarded in 2003 for her contribution in organic farming. In general, eco enzyme is derived from fermentation of veggie and fruit wastes (peels, cuttings and bits), sugar, and water. The final form of eco enzyme has acidic properties which is good as an all-round non-toxic cleaner.

The Recipe 3 part of fruit or veggie waste : 1 part of sugar : 7 to 10 part of water

Put everything into an airtight plastic container and allow 3 months for the fermentation process.

Notes:

  1. Use an airtight plastic container, which allows gas to build up within the container, and it’s important to open the lid daily to release the gas.  This is important to avoid explosion!
  2. Store the container in a dry and cool area and away from direct sunlight.
  3. Use veggie or fruits, do not use cooked food, meat or fish, or other non-food items.
  4. If you see worms, add an extra ratio sugar and cover air tight. They will disappear by themselves.
  5. Filter out the residue after 3 months or more.  Eco enzyme does not expire.
  6. Reuse the residue, as a fertilizer in the garden by mixing with the soil.
  7. Eco enzyme is very concentrated and very acidic, dilute the eco enzyme when using it as fertilizers or pesticides for plants.
  8. Fruit waste will result in an acidic fruity smell. Vegetable waste may not result in pleasant smell.

Uses:

  1. For household cleaning solution, mopping floor, removing stain on titles, cleaning the kitchen, washing dishes, or cleaning the carpet...and more. 1:10, or 1:50
  2. For toilet bowl, pour 250ml of undiluted eco enzyme into toilet bowl.
  3. For toilet cistern, pour 50ml of undiluted into toilet cistern.
  4. For fertilizer, 1:100 , 1:500, or 1:1000
  5. For pesticide, 1:100

Eco enzyme is an good way to recycle our kitchen waste and I have been using eco enzyme to clean my home for almost 2 years, it is very effective and I hope you can try making your own toxic free cleaner at home.

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