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Old 11-08-2005, 09:35 AM
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My science fair project is "Which Stain Remover Works Best?". Unfortunately, I don't know how to measure the results. Can you suggest something that is realistic?
Thanks for any suggestions...By the way...Looking at it does not determine a result!!!
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My science fair project is "Which Stain Remover Works Best?". Unfortunately, I don't know how to measure the results. Can you suggest something that is realistic?
Thanks for any suggestions...By the way...Looking at it does not determine a result!!!
im sry i dont know how to help but maybe i can get my cousin on here later to help. well ill ask him and ill see if i can be any help. and how is looking at it not a help?? i thought you could see the differences??
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Maybe you could use a ph indicater to show how much the stain remover got out the acids in the stain!
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if you put X amount of stain you will need Z amount of remover,do this with all of your stains and removers
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You could think of a formula that might help. also, you could see how much stain remover you need to remove one stain. See which remover needs more.
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Be sure to use the exact material, exact amount/type of stain. Control all possible variables!!
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what kind of stains r u gonna make?i recommend coffee, grass, and spagetti sauce.
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Other stains could be tomatos sauce, ketchup, dirt, chocolate Milk it is really hard to get out!!
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