Cleaning up yellowed/grubby plastic?

From: Fred Cisin <>
Date: Wed Aug 25 14:22:12 2004

> > My wife buys "whole earth" brand original crunchy peanut butter - with no
> > . . . Being "crunchy" , it probably has some abrasive properties.
On Wed, 25 Aug 2004, ben franchuk wrote:
> Do they even shell the peanuts, or just toss the whole thing in the grinder?

No shells.
Peanut butter is sold in two forms: "smooth/creamy/..." and "crunchy"
The crunchy is usually smooth peanut butter with some chunks of peanut
added back in.
It's not very abrasive.

Peanut shells (or better yet walnut shells) are a very useful abrasive,
and are ground up for use in sand-blasting like equipment.
Received on Wed Aug 25 2004 - 14:22:12 BST

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