I'll go out on a limb here.....
I mix them together, and it's been amazing!
I combine 2 small containers of vaseline (about 13 oz. each), 2 bottles of Champro Glove oil (containing neatsfoot and other oils), and 4 large tablespoons of hydrous lanolin (from the drugstore).
I take the vaseline first and put it into a pot on low heat, which will quickly melt, than I add the other two ingredients. The mixture will become homogenous in about 5 minutes, all on low heat. Simply stir with a fork or knife.
Than pour the mixture into your storage containers. It will not be hot at all, and will not melt your plastic containers. You can actually stir it with your fingers safely! 35mm film containers are great for your little leaguers, or just pour the mix back into your vaseline containers, or an old butter container. You can then place the warm liquid into a freezer to cool, and it will set up in a couple of hours.
There will be no wasted space from air bubbles, and you will get the easy spreadability of the vaseline, the slight darkening effect of the Champro glove oil, and the nice sheen from the lanolin. I have found this idea tough to beat, and the next time I need some (about 40 gloves from now), I might try a little more lanolin, for a touch more shine.
I have gotten great results, and, though it may sound daunting, it takes literally about 25 minutes for the whole operation, and the longest time will be spent cleaning the mixture out of the funnel.
I guess I like being able to 'have my cake and eat it too.' Ha Ha Ha
Let me know if anyone else tries this, or about other ingredients for the next trip into the mad-scientist lab.
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