Sodavin: Fire Extinguisher as a Substitute for Regular Fire Extinguisher


  • Jullieah Jaylyn Lapuz General de Jesus College
  • Sophia Bianca Navarro General de Jesus College
  • Joanna Mendoza General de Jesus College
  • Jana Katrina Ocampo General de Jesus College
  • Mark Joseph Jagon General de Jesus College
  • Clarence Vito Lamson General de Jesus College
  • Harvey Pablo General de Jesus College
  • John Christopher King Parungao General de Jesus College
  • Lorens Kim Joshua Segovia General de Jesus College
  • Lorenz Andrei Soriano General de Jesus College


baking soda, vinegar, Fire extinguisher


STEM 12 - Maxwell Researchers focusing on medicine have created several exceptional data-based inventions. The item's primary purpose is to assist people in effectively immediately putting out a fire in their houses. This research aims to evaluate the practicality, cost-effectiveness, and effectiveness of using baking soda as an eco-friendly alternative to traditional fire extinguishers to address environmental challenges related to fire suppression. We gathered more than 81 respondents using a combination of convenience sampling and purposive sampling to respond to our online surveys and needs assessment questions for residents of specific areas in Nueva Ecija. This research study investigates the perception and need for an alternative fire extinguisher among a sample population. The study involved 51 respondents who participated in a survey. The survey results indicate that most of the sample population perceives a significant need for an alternative fire extinguisher. This suggests a demand for an innovative approach to fire extinguishment.

Additionally, the data reveals that half of the respondents do not currently possess a fire extinguisher at home, further highlighting the importance of increasing access to fire extinguishers. These findings emphasize the necessity for developing and promoting alternative fire extinguisher solutions to enhance fire safety measures in homes. Addressing the concerns surrounding the accessibility, effectiveness, and user-friendliness of traditional fire extinguishers, developing and promoting alternative fire extinguishers can significantly contribute to mitigating the risks associated with fire incidents. n conclusion, baking soda and vinegar can be a helpful substitute for small kitchen fires but should not replace traditional fire extinguishers. There is a need for innovative solutions to address environmental challenges associated with fire suppression, but safety should always come first.