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Fabric Coloring Effect of Maysin extracted from Cornsilk [Maydis stigma]

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  • 1. Fabric ColoringEffect of Maysinextracted fromCornsilk (Maydisstigma) Angeles, Julie Ann V. Dioneda, Ma. Christina M. IV – 28 BSE Chemistry
  • 2. Statement of the Problem• The main goal of this study is to determine the effectiveness of maysin extracted from cornsilk (Maydis stigma) as fabric colorant.Specifically, it aims to obtain the following objectives:1. Determine the presence of maysin from mature cornsilk (Maydis stigma) using phytochemical testing;
  • 3. 2. Compare the color of the fabric colorant produced from extracts of mature cornsilk (Maydis stigma) using various mordant (CuSO4, alum, and combination of CuSO4 and alum) and choose the best color using survey method.
  • 4. 3. Using the best mordant compare the pure cornsilk solution with the solutions of cornsilk extract and other ingredients in a (ingredient: cornsilk), 50:50 ratio and the equivalent color of commercial fabric dye in terms of the following:a. color intensity of the fabric dyeb. lasting effect of the colorant
  • 5. Materials and MethodsCollection Verification of theof Cornsilk sample species in Sample BPIPreparation of the sample Preparation of theExtraction Test for flavonoids ethanolic extracts Process of the cornsilk
  • 6. Preparation Mixing of fabric dye ingredientsof the fabric and the addition of cornsilk colorant extracts Soaking of the cloth into theMordanting prepared mordants (CuSO4, alum, CuSO4 + alum)
  • 7. Observation of theTest for the effectiveness of the preparedeffectiveness Application of the fabric fabric colorant from cornsilkof the fabric dye onto the cloth sample and determination ofcolorant the best mordant used. Observation of the effectiveness of the combination of cornsilk extract with other natural dye ingredients. Comparison of the prepared fabric colorant from pure cornsilk to the formulations and to the commercial fabric dye
  • 8. Results and Discussions
  • 9. Comparative Analysis of the color produced using different mordants applied in the fabrics Table 1. Color produced using pure cornsilk extract after the first dyeing process MordantsTime (min.) None CuSO4 Alum CuSO4 + Alum 20 25 30
  • 10. Survey Results Which has the best color intensity? CHOICES NUMBER OF VOTESa. Without mordant 0b. With CuSO4 9c. With alum 1d. With CuSO4 + alum 2 TOTAL 12 *The fabrics used in the dyeing process were submerged in the following mordants.
  • 11. Color Intensity of the Natural Fabric Colorants Table 2. Combination of natural extracts using the cloth submerged in the best mordant. ExtractsTime (min.) Pure Cornsilk CE + OE CE + TE Synthetic Dye 20 25 30Legend: CE – cornsilk extracts OE – Onion extract TE – Tea extract
  • 12. Table 3. Standard color of the natural extract versus the combination of the natural extract and corn silk extract ExtractsTime (min.) CE + OE OE CE + TE TE 20 25 30Legend: CE – cornsilk extracts OE – Onion extract TE – Tea extract
  • 13. Lasting Effect of the Natural Fabric Colorants Table 4. Comparison of the dyed fabrics before and after 5 days of washing Extracts Time (min.) CE CE + OE Before After Before After 20 25 30Legend: CE – cornsilk extracts OE – Onion extract
  • 14. Table 4. Comparison of the dyed fabrics before and after 5 days of washing ExtractsTime (min.) CE + TE Synthetic dye Before After Before After 20 25 30Legend: CE – cornsilk extracts TE – Tea extract
  • 15. Conclusions•The extracts from cornsilk have flavonoid contents andthus could be made into a fabric dye.•The intensity of the colorant was helped by CuSO4which is chosen as the best mordant.•The colorant made from the cornsilk extractshas characteristics of a good fabric dye that iscomparable to that of the synthetic ones.
  • 16. Recommendations• Search for other extraction methods in extracting the compounds from the corn.• Use other phytochemical tests to prove the presence of the flavonoid in the extract.• Obtain crude extract using rotary evaporator.• Use other fixing agents and increase the time of boiling the fabrics in the dye bath.• Utilize other parts of the corn that is to be put on waste to make a fabric colorant.