How to Make Grease From Recycled Motor Oilby Lacy Enderson
Car grease is used to lubricate car parts so the vehicle runs better. It is a thick substance that covers and remains on objects effectively. Whereas a substance like oil is runny, and would flow right off a car part, grease is more like Vaseline: It stays put. If you don't have any car grease at home, there is a simple way to make your own.
Scoop out 4 tbsp. of petroleum jelly with a plastic spoon and put it in a plastic bowl you won't mind throwing away later.
Put an oil pan under your car and drain out 2 tbsp. of already-used motor oil.
Add the recycled oil to the petroleum jelly and mix it with the plastic spoon until it is well-blended.
Continue mixing the petroleum jelly with the recycled oil until the entire mixture is the color of the oil.
- As you are mixing the petroleum jelly with the recycled oil, the mixture will stick to the spoon in a glob. Wipe the spoon onto the side of the bowl occasionally to knock the mixture back into the bowl.
Things You'll Need
- Petroleum jelly (Vaseline)
- Recycled motor oil
- Plastic bowl
- Plastic spoon
- Use a plastic spoon and bowl so you can throw them away when you are finished.
Lacy Enderson is an Addictions and Recovery Counselor. She is Certified with the American Association of Christian Therapists and holds a Master's Degree in Biblical Counseling. She is currently enrolled in Liberty University's Master of Divinity Degree program with Chaplaincy. Lacy is a graduate of Rhema Correspondent Bible School and has completed the first section of Berean School of the Bible. Lacy is the author of, "Addiction: A Personal Story" and "So You Want to Lose Weight But You Can't Stop Eating." Her newest novel is a teenage Christian fiction titled, "Honey Sweetheart."