"More grease to your elbow" is indeed a correct english sentence, more specifically an idiom. Coincidentally, the correct, or more common form, of this particular idiom is "more power to your elbow", which also shortens to "Power to you!". This is a way of praising someone's success. However, it mainly stems from the sentence describing when something needs "more elbow grease", or someone tells another to "put more elbow grease into it", meaning that a little harder work or effort is required - that someone could put more effort into a task.
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