rubbing oil

rubbing oil

[′rəb·iŋ ‚ȯil]
(materials)
A low-viscosity petroleum oil used either with or without an abrasive to polish dried surfaces, such as paint.
A nonviscous oil used for polishing wood furniture.
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After filming Aisyah rubbing oil on strangers at hotels, one of the agents pointed out Kim Jong-nam as the next target and put the poison in her hand, the lawyer said.
Basically this stuff is wiped on, allowed to get tacky, then rubbed off with linseed or other rubbing oil and wiped dry.
It differs from traditional massage as it involves rubbing oil into the skin so that it penetrates deep into the muscles and joints, removing toxins and improving the mobility of the muscles.
Native Americans used skunk fat as a lubricant and as rubbing oil.
Another video, the 2009 "Comradeship" by Egyptian artist Mahmoud Khaled, shows a bodybuilder in tight-fitting bathing pants flexing his muscles at the beach, a man rubbing oil onto another bodybuilder's muscles and another facing a mirror to videotape himself pulling up his shirt to reveal muscle.
Exactly seven days ago I was lying face down, semi-naked on a bed with another woman rubbing oil all over my body.
London, May 15 (ANI): Brit glamour model Danielle Lloyd has revealed that she and her gal pals ensure that they get the perfect tan by rubbing oil onto one another.
It's not that I wouldn't rather be lounging on a Caribbean beach or rubbing oil into my legs on a yacht in the Med, it's just that I'm feeling bankrupt after Christmas.
There was some baby cream that I didn't want any baby of mine smelling like, and a migraine remedy that involved rubbing oil of peppermint on your temples.
Then at home the individual continues a routine of rubbing oil onto their skin each day before bathing.