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yes, palm nut shortening is very clumpy. i used it to wash my dog last week and it took about 2 hours for him to get a rich, silky coating of the entire bottle. palm nut oil rocks!!!!

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Solid, with a very low melting point, it will melt if you keep it in your palm


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