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My water is almost as bad as the chemically educed hard water, producing very few suds and chunky whiteprecipitate, I can conclude that I may need to invest in a purifier.
Canola oil and corn oil performed very similarly and both proved to have great cleaning ability in many situations.Coconut oil yielded the opposite results, I thought this was going to be the best cleaner since it has antibacterialproperties but I was wrong. Even in distilled water it did not show the best cleaning ability.Surprisingly the Almond oil I used as the fourth sample did equally as well as the commercially produceddetergent. It showed suds in all three scenarios that were similar to the commercial detergent, however it did lagslightly behind in the tap water trial but not by much.It was very interesting and/or engaging.It was somewhat interesting and/or engaging.It was not interesting or engaging.I was very well-prepared.I was somewhat prepared.I was not prepared at all.The procedures were very clear, and I rarely needed help or had questions.The procedures were somewhat clear, and I needed some help and had a few questions.The procedures were unclear, did not make sense, and I needed extra help.
Data Table 5: Effectiveness in Tap WaterType of SoapAmount of SudsDescription of Precipitate1: Canola Oil Soap2: Corn Oil Soap3: Coconut Oil Soap4:5: Commerical Detergent