axle grease


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axle grease

A popular term for hardened, unprocessed palm oil that has been transformed into a substance used in food products, which has been fancifully likened to grease used on cars.
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They always seem a bit short on the axle grease to my taste.
HULL may have sprinkled stardust on Geovanni's dancing feet, but they must have smothered his forehead with axle grease ahead of this clash.
The nest boxes sit on poles coated with axle grease to thwart raccoons, snakes, and most other raiders.
The air-dried bearings were then treated with various lubricants including olive oil, motor oil, beeswax, mineral oil, peanut oil, axle grease, pork tallow, petrolatum wax, and graphite.
BEING a Grand Slam-winning rugby player was less about hair gel and more about axle grease in 1976.
His many inventions include adhesives, axle grease, bleach, chili sauce, dyes, fuel briquettes and instant coffee.
He did so with money he had earned running errands for the neighbors and selling axle grease for his grandmother.
The show's organisers revealed that among the bizarre items were a rubber ring, axle grease and Vaseline.
LIPSTICK, a rubber ring, axle grease and Vaseline are just some of the bizarre luxury items selected by contestants on the latest I'm A Celebrity .
From the peanut he made cheese, milk, coffee, flour, shampoo, axle grease, pickles, ink, dyes, soap, wood stains, and insulating board, to name but a few of his 300 products.
There's hair remover, flea powder, axle grease, anti-freeze, engine oil, sheep dip, pigs pills, nail varnish, curry powder, toothpaste and after sha ve.
Derrick Walker, who was once up to his elbows in axle grease, now owns his own team and regularly beats movie legend Paul Newman's team.