Hampshire Sheen C-Wax.
Hampshire Sheen C-Wax is a variant of a traditional wax, but can add a deep black color to wood with open pores, such as oak and ash. This gives the wood an extra pronounced surface. After turning and sanding, and possibly pickling, clean the grain with a preferably copper brush and then rub the wax with a cloth with circulating movements in the wood grain. Wait until the C-wax is dry and then keep the wax that is not in the pores of the surface with a clean dry cloth. You can still finish it with Hampshire Sheen Microcrystalline or High Gloss for a brighter, harder finishing. The Carnauba and Microcrystalline waxes are tough and abrasion resistant. The workpieces are after drying resistant to fingers and splash water. Only for decorative wood. C-Wax is available in pots with lid of 130 g.
Yorkshire Grit is often preparing for finishing with Hampshire Sheen. In the film below, Martin Saban-Smith shows that again. [Embed] https://www.youtube.com/watch? v = N8h3tu4GtyE [/embed]