Jim found this; it's the product list of the Liver Grease, Oil and Chemical Company, founded in 1809. I hope they won't mind me reproducing it for its sheer evocative poetry. It reminds me a bit of this poem.
Aluminium Solar Reflecting Bitumen Roofing Paint
Anti-Scuffing Compound & Grease
Bitumen Paint BS 3416 - Solid Bitumens
Beechwood Tar & Pitch
Black Lead Powder
Black Annealed Wire
Creosotes: Types 1, 2, and 3
Caulking pitches (black and white; hard and brittle to soft) + Oakum
Concrete Mould Oil
Cotton Waste (white and coloured)
Cardium Compound equivalent
Carbolineum BS 144 (1990)
Caulking Irons made to order
French Chalk as powder or sticks
Disinfectant Fluids (black, white and pine)
Export products Empty Tins / Drums.
Greasy (gland) Packing
High Temperature Silicone Grease
Jointing Compounds: white graphite, petrol & oil resisting for pipes.
Linseed Oils (raw, boiled)
Low Cost Oil and Grease from time to time
Lead Powders (red, yellow, white)
Lime (quick, slaked)
Lime Wash Constituents
Molybdenum Disulphide Powder, blended in grease, wax or oil
Coal Tar - a thin tar.
Colza - a burning oil for hurricane lamps
Shutter - for concrete.
Drying - for paint making.
Fish - for decks & ropes.
Paint - for surface coatings.
Storm - for hotter burning, and also pouring onto troubled waters.
Pine Tar - industrial perfume, and also for hoof oil.
Pitches: Petroleum, Vegetable, Mineral, Coal, Caulking, Burgundy
Roofing Tar & Bitumens
Rosins (gum and wood)
Turpentine (substitutes or genuine)
Wood Preservatives (brown)
Waxes (bees and petroleum)
White Lead Paste (or in Tallow)
White Petroleum Jelly