Are toilet bowl rings still made of beeswax? The ones at my local
hardware store store don't say what type of wax they're made from. I'm
guessing that the manufacturers have found something cheaper than
beeswax to use.
Ah, memories are made of this! Crew cuts with the front standing straight up,
longer hair with Wildroot Cream Oil (did anyone every know what kind of wild
roots were used?), and Vitalis, which, IIRC, was mostly a combo of alcohol and
"Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character,
give him power." Abraham Lincoln
Ahh, Brother ... thanks for the memories! I forgot all about
"WildrootCreamOil". As a kid, listening to a lot of Cajun patois on the
radio, I loved the way that name rolled off their tongue as one word. We'll
start talking about Hadacol if we're not careful.
It reduces the friction when you drive the screw -- decreasing the
chance that you will slip the head or strip it, or even snap off the
I coat the bottom half of the screw in the same furniture wax (Trewax)
that I use for the final finish coat.
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