Awhile back I purchased some EEE and Shellawax but I had not tried it until the other day. Reason was there is a turner Ian Robertson (in England I believe). He has written a protocol for using the two products and you can find it on AAW. Anyway, I took a scrap pc of wood and turned a small finial fairly quick for the vessel in the picture. I sanded to 1000 grit.
I turned the lathe up to 1500rpms and applied the EEE with a pc of old T-shirt and pushed hard and rubbed it in back and forth several times. Then changed to a clean pc of T-shirt and rubbed hard again to clean it.
Then using the Shellawax paste I applied it the same way as above. Let dry for 45min give or take and using a small pc of lambs wool rubbed it one final time.
Note: The Vessel was finished with Waterlox 3 coats and knocked down and buffed awhile ago.
I read you can use some liquid shellawax and thin down the paste for large projects. I have not tried that yet but this is the 3rd Finial I have used Shellawax on and if you apply it right I think it works great.......
I was not able to upload the tutorial for everyone - says file size is to large............ill try to figure out a way but until then for anyone interested
http://www.ubeaut.com.au/swinfo.htm <----------Shellawax website with more information.