Although I don't have the pics yet to proof it, I did manage to find a great quality poly and boiled linseed oil and this finish has turned out smashing!! I mean, the walnut has a deep dark tone that is just yummy and like Davee's wife says, you really do see the wood and not the finish. Right now the table is in a garage, it was in the way in the shop, which doesn't have good enough lighting to get some pics but I will provide those later, promised.
Now, I still have to apply the mix with the wax in it but would like to know something first.
1- After the wax mixture, could I still apply the first oil mixture in the future? I think generally after wax there is no going back to oil but I'm hoping it is different with this.
2- Is it a great loss for the finish if I leave it at this first mixture? I've applied four coats now, should be good and it already looks great but I simply cannot judge what the wax mixture will add to it. Is it just the satin gloss or something protective also? The poly protects plenty I would guess.
The reason I ask is I always like to leave some finish with the clients so they can do the occasional touch up. Maybe I can still do this with the second mixture as it does have oil in it but I simply don't know.
Also, I still have to find shredded bees wax and not quite sure where to get that. It would be somewhat of a relief if I can leave it at this. Still, if it really is worth it I'm going for it.
All advise is appreciated!